Digital Barriers announces £1.6 million contract
Digital Barriers, the specialist provider of advanced surveillance technologies to the defence and commercial sectors, announces it has been awarded a £1.6m contract for its ThruVision people screening technology. The deal has been signed with a major government agency in the Asia Pacific region and will see the technology used for border security and counter terrorism applications.
ThruVision is a unique and entirely passive sensing system for high-throughput people screening that can detect both metallic and non-metallic person-borne objects under clothing, including metal or plastic weapons, explosives, drugs, currency and other contraband. ThruVision has been sold into more than fifteen countries for IED defence, drugs and currency smuggling, concealed weapon detection, counter-terrorism operations, facility protection and commercial loss prevention.
Digital Barriers provides visual intelligence technologies to the global surveillance, security and safety markets. They specialise in secure, wireless solutions to analyse and stream real-time, zero-latency video and related intelligence over wireless networks, including cellular and cloud services. They deliver rapidly-installed fixed and mobile solutions for covert, remote or wide-area coverage, as well as vehicle and body-worn deployments. They also provide advanced video content analysis and body scanning technologies to identify safety concerns and threats in real-time. Our solutions have now been sold into more than fifty countries, and have been proven on some of the world’s most demanding operational deployments.