Greenwich. 10 September 2019. UK based technology company 3DX-Ray have completed another training package for an unspecified Middle East customer at their restricted port facility.
3DX-RAY provide comprehensive training for all their systems, and a range of training courses are available both on-site and off-site. Training courses are tailored to meet specific customer requirements and all training is carried out by their qualified engineers.
This course was specifically to train the customer in the use of the MailScan2-M cabinet x-ray system, used for screening mail, parcels and small packages for potentially harmful items and contraband. The trainees were introduced to the principles of x-ray imaging and given an understanding the importance of the image enhancement features provided within the software. On completion of the course the trainees demonstrated enhanced skills in the recognition of prohibited and dangerous goods amongst everyday articles
In the MailScan2-M a large inspection chamber and imaging area is packed into a remarkably small footprint. This makes 3DX-RAY’s MailScan solution ideal for locations where space is at a premium, such as mailrooms, as in this case.
Unrivalled image resolution and industry-leading image processing software, together with powder-detection, allow the operator to analyse images quickly and accurately. Items such as weapons, improvised explosive devices, razor blades, biochemical attack threats, powders and drugs are easily detected.
3DX-Ray will be exhibiting the Threat-Scan-LS3 from their range of portable systems at the forthcoming DSEI 2019, at London’s EXCEL from the 10th to 13th September 2019
Is a compact, portable, battery powered x-ray scanning systems.
It is quick and simple to deploy, and the system produces high quality real-time x-ray images for rapid and accurate decision making.
Is a lightweight, portable, battery powered dual x-ray scanning system.
The combination package includes a large format ThreatScan-LS1 panel, a compact ThreatScan-LS3 panel with back-pack and the I-Gen generator for quick field deployment.
Both ThreatScan-LSC and ThreatScan-LS3 have been designed in co-operation with first responders and EOD teams to meet the needs of the field operative.
3DX-RAY will be on the Department for International Trade Defence and Security Organisation (DIT DSO) Stand S10-445 at DSEI 2019 from 10th to 13th September 2019