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SECURITY X-RAY SYSTEMS
The technical advantage is a substantially
simpler design, mechanically and electrically,
compared to CT scanning. This leads additionally to
reduced maintenance costs and
longer life in service.
The usage of new multiple energy X-ray technology within security X-ray systems, coupled with advanced 3D imaging:
- Eliminates the current need for operator based re-inspection, corresponding to 30%
- Reduces footprint and weight by a factor of >2, compared to CT
- Increases inspection conveyor line speed to 40 meter/minute (maximum 2,400 bags/hour, a 33% increase)
- Decreases system pricing and running costs by up to 50%
- Optional conveyor width to 2000 mm
- Multiple lane solutions
- Production speed to 200 m/min
- Detection down to 0.2 mm
- Ultra high sensitivity
- Sorting into different quality categories
The growing security challenge is reinforced by the rising number of flight passengers. It often creates chaos and delays in the airports’ baggage handling systems. But now, a solution to this problem may be on its way. A range of companies and research groups in the Danish X-ray industry have partnered up to develop more efficient screening systems for the security check of luggage in airports.
The innovative solution of a novel real-time X-ray inspection concept is to use multiple energy (spectral) data acquisition in a very specific manner, so that an image is created which includes information on the specific materials represented in the inspected luggage, with automatic identification of threat items.
The innovative solution of a novel real time X-ray inspection concept is to use multiple energy (spectral) data acquisition in a very specific manner, so that an image is created which includes information on the specific materials represented in the inspected luggage, with automatic identification of threat items.
Read more about this security X-ray technology, which is cost-effective for general security tasks, e.g for applications relative to big audiences, exhibitions, cruises, hotels, etc.