As part of the development of its "safety" product range, HTDS presents its latest innovation in detection for the fight against terrorism and attacks: the CounterBomber camera (Rapiscan).
The new CounterBomber camera is a system that uses video-driven radar technology to remotely detect, safely, people about to commit a suicide bombing or concealing a weapon.
Tested by the U.S. government and recognized as an effective detection solution to counter terrorist threats, CounterBomber's patented technology has been designed to protect critical areas, strategic sites, checkpoints and war zones from potential suicide bombers.
Ideal for securing government buildings, military bases, stadiums, airports, train stations, checkpoints, hospitals and schools, the CounterBomber camera is a reliable, fully mobile system that allows automatic inspection of moving subjects as soon as they enter a critical area, quickly determining whether a person is concealing a suicide bomber or a potential weapon.
An automatic detection system for easier decision-making
Designed by Rapiscan and distributed exclusively in France and Africa by HTDS, the new CounterBomber camera features a system that automatically detects hidden threats on pedestrians at safe distances using video-driven radar technology.
A true body and behavioral scanner, the CounterBomber camera integrates easily into existing command networks for enhanced security and better situational ability.
Thus, thanks to the innovative video tracking system of the CounterBomber camera, civil and military security officials are able to quickly make precise decisions about suspicious persons.
Two non-intrusive modes of use for a high success rate
The CounterBomber camera can be used by operators in two distinct modes:
- manually for screening in less structured public places in terms of safety
- autonomous (hands-free) for screening in highly controlled areas
Safe for the operator and those inspected, and non-intrusive, the CounterBomber camera has a high detection capability and a very low rate of false alarms.
Find out more: www.htds.fr