Singapore Government Agency Upgrades 17 X-ray ScannersPosted on August 11, 2017 in Company News, Press Releases
Units Will Help Detect Hidden Contraband at Multiple Checkpoints
CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif. (August 9, 2017) – A Singapore government agency upgraded seventeen (17) X-ray scanners to Astrophysics, Inc. equipment at multiple checkpoints within the city. These systems will replace and upgrade aging machines being phased out of service and also help the agency detect prohibited materials, including cigarettes and regulated drugs.
The agency acquired sixteen (16) XIS-6545DVS and one (1) XIS-6545DVS equipped with a mobility kit. The X-ray scanners’ dual-view technology provides operators with two (2) X-ray images, giving them better detection capabilities to uncover hidden and illegal contraband the government is searching for.
Astrophysics, Inc. CEO Francois Zayek commented: “I am delighted to partner with the Singapore [government] to upgrade security equipment at facilities throughout the country. Our XIS-6545 DVS is the ideal machine for their important mission to detect hidden contraband.”
Astrophysics, Inc. is a Southern California-based world leader in X-ray security scanners that help make hidden threats visible. Operators in 138 countries use the advanced scanning and color imaging features to detect contraband hidden within objects ranging from suitcases to cargo containers. Astrophysics machines are assembled in the U.S. and designed to secure diverse locations that include transportation facilities, critical infrastructure, and ports and borders.