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The objective is to bring the disruptive technology from the research lab closer to applications, by developing a passive THz Imager for Concealed Weapons Detection.
Thermal Matrix committed to saving lives through the use of long range early detection systems for: Concealed Weapons Detection, Threat Identification, Loss Prevention and Medical Screening.
View Systems' headline products include the SecureScan concealed weapons detection (CWD) portal system with biometric capabilities and positive ID verification, as well the R&D 100 Award winning VFR Visual First Responder camera system which is geared toward emergency first responders.
NIJ's research into improved concealed weapons detection not only is driven by a top-down directive from Washington, D.
After reviewing the system, the commission agreed to become a test site for the technology - officially known as the Concealed Weapons Detection (CWD) system.
a developer of millimeter wave (MMW) sensor technology for use in security, concealed weapons detection and personnel screening applications.
The concealed weapons detection equipment market will be nearly $10 billion by 2010, according to the Department of Homeland Security, which recently gave the company a $750,000 Phase Two Small Business Innovation Research Grant.
In fact, the NIJ-established Law Enforcement Advisory Committee identified concealed weapons detection as its top priority, and the NLECTC northeast regional site is slated to address this priority.