Astrophysics Inc.’s software and hardware features work together to help operators detect threats faster and increase overall throughput and security optimization. Integrated software facilitates effective screening and provides precise data needed to pinpoint possible threats in bags, pallets and cargo containers.
Astrophysics Inc. was the first to introduce this groundbreaking feature, which assigns colors to objects based on their material composition, including objects highlighted below:
The rich colors enhance material discrimination, helping operators distinguish among a wide range of objects, decipher images more effectively, and isolate threats in less time with greater accuracy.
Prevents scanned images from appearing skewed or warped, due to the variable distance of objects from the detector array.
Gives operators immediate access to the full suite of Astrophysics’ imaging tools during the scanning process.
Allows operators to manually adjust the contrast, lightening or darkening images for improved assessment.
Allows operators to focus on specific image sections, zooming in to closely evaluate suspicious objects.
Allows operators to zoom in on an object up to 64x.
Instantly improves the shape and outline of objects in a scanned image, to separate them from one another and increase clarity.
Divides the x-ray into 9 equal sections corresponding to a number on the control panel keypad. Pressing numbers 1-9 allows operators to instantly zoom in to evaluate areas of concern.
Allows operators to drag and select a box around an object and generate its atomic number. Atomic numbering helps operators ascertain an object’s composition and judge whether it is potentially dangerous.
Allows operators to move the image up or down while zoomed in on-screen.
Automatically stores the last 100,000 images scanned, so operators can review them for training purposes or so administrators can access them for evaluation. Once maximum capacity has been reached, the system deletes the oldest images to store new ones.
Permits operators and supervisors to review previously scanned images.
Allows operators to manually save a scanned image on the system's hard drive.
At installation, operators learn about basic parts, safety systems, and imaging tools.
Tracks the number of bags scanned by the system.
Ergonomic, alphanumeric control panel for the scanner’s systems.
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