- Safe, efficient, image-free and now the smallest aviation screening solution
- Same great detection as the widely deployed ProVision ATD
- Superior detection, high throughput, outstanding quality
The ProVision 2 has a new modern exterior design that offers a smaller footprint and lower height for limited-space airport checkpoint areas. Using Automatic Target Detection (ATD), it quickly screens passengers using safe millimeter wave (MMW) technology to automatically detect concealed objects made of a broad variety of materials — both metallic and non-metallic.
On the outside, the ProVision 2 conserves space with the smallest aviation screening footprint for easy installation in areas with 8-foot (2.4 meter) ceilings. Due to the streamlined design, the outside conserves space while the inside area remains the same as earlier models.
On the inside, the system enhances security at any checkpoint by delivering the same robust ATD, high-throughput, image-free privacy and safety as the proven ProVision ATD system.Compact Footprint
- Smallest aviation screening available
- Fits in areas with 8-foot ceilings
- Subassembly fits through standard 34-inch door frame
- A broad variety of aviation targets which include the following objects and materials (metallic and non-metallic): weapons, standard and home-made explosives (sheet and bulk), liquids, gels, plastics, powders, metals, ceramics, and other solids, etc.
- Under evaluation by regulators worldwide
ProVision 2 is built for high checkpoint throughput. A quick scan (less than 2 seconds) provides the data needed to confidently pass an individual through a checkpoint.
- A 6 second total processing time for a complete multidirectional view
- Scans 200 - 300 people per hour depending on the application
- Reduces need for time-consuming and intrusive pat-down searches
- ProVision 2 does not use X-rays or any ionizing radiation
- The signals created by ProVision 2 are a fraction of other commercial radio frequency devices
Automatic Target Detection feature addresses privacy concerns by eliminating the generation and review of images. Scan data is processed by software without human intervention to determine if any threats are present. Potential threat areas are then presented to the operator using a generic mannequin that resembles a human outline.