- TSA Checkpoint qualified
- Safe, efficient, people screening solution
- Widely deployed globally
Deployed at security checkpoints throughout the world, the ProVision quickly screens subjects using safe active millimeter wave (MMW) radio frequency technology to detect concealed objects made of a broad variety of materials — both metallic and non-metallic.
The passenger experience with the ProVision is convenient, straightforward and efficient, requiring only a single stationary position during a 1.5-second scan.
The ProVision provides checkpoint personnel with a 3-D black and white image of the subject that reveals concealed objects so security analysts can locate any weapons, explosives or other banned items and confidently clear people through the checkpoint.
The ProVision is an upgradeable technology platform that can also automatically search for threats with an advanced software-based Automatic Target Detection option.
ProVision quickly creates a 3-D black and white image of the subject that reveals concealed objects so analysts can locate:
- A broad variety of concealed materials (metallic and non-metallic): liquids, gels, plastics, metals, powders, thin materials, ceramics, etc.
- A broad variety of objects: weapons, standard and home-made explosives, contraband, drugs, money, papers, etc.
ProVision is built for high checkpoint throughput. A quick scan provides checkpoint personnel with the data they need to confidently clear an individual through a checkpoint.
- Reduces need for time-consuming and intrusive pat-down searches
- Superior detection, high throughput, outstanding quality and reliability
- ProVision does not use X-rays or any ionizing radiation
- The signals created by ProVision are much less than other commercial radio frequency devices
ProVision offers multiple levels of privacy protection that can be customized to support customer-specific operational procedures.
ProVision offers multiple configuration options that can be customized to support customer-specific operational procedures and checkpoint constraints.