Sioux Falls, S.D. — Zuercher Technologies LLC, a provider of software for the corrections and public safety industry, announced it has formed a partnership with ICSolutions, a national provider of inmate telephone technologies and services. The partnership will bring together the Jail Management System (JMS) software of ledsSuite by Zuercher Technologies and the comprehensive inmate phone service called Enforcer by ICSolutions.Read more
Sense Holdings Inc. announces the creation of the first handheld explosives detection device in a planned new line of detection devices based on the company’s proprietary micro electro-mechanical systems technology. The new portable unit is capable of detecting TNT and PETN.
Sense Holdings is developing the new line of detection products under a research and development partnership with Oak Ridge National Laboratory, which is operated by the U.S. Department of Energy.Read more
The Garrett SuperScanner metal detector can detect a medium-sized pistol 9 inches away from the detector or a large knife that is 6 inches away, according to Garrette. The device operates on 9-volt batteries and does not require sensitivity adjustments.
An audible alarm and red LED light indicate when metal is detected. LED lights also indicate when the detector is on and low battery. The detector is outfitted with a high-impact ABS case with a reinforced coil compartment. Accessories include a rechargeable battery kit, earphones, a leather belt loop harness and a belt holder.Read more
The Scintrex E3500 from Autoclear is a fast, lightweight, particulate and vapor sampling explosives detector. Designed for field use, the detector uses disposable luminol cartridges. The unit operates with minimal consumables and allows for non-invasive searches of containers, luggage, vehicles, mail and documents.
No radioactive sources or external carrier gases are required to use the device. It can detect conventional explosives including C-4, PETN, Semtex, RDX, EGDN, DMNB, ICAO taggants and TATP.Read more
Brijot Imaging Systems Inc. announces a commercial real-time concealed weapons detection camera, the Brijot Imaging Systems Weapons Detection System (BIS-WDS Prime). The system uses passive millimeter-wave sensor technology developed by Lockheed Martin.
According to the company, the system will detect guns, knives or bombs, whether metal, plastic or composite. It can interface to other security devices such as door entry systems, video surveillance systems and complex security monitoring networks.Read more