1Advanced Personnel Screening
L-3’s people screening systems address current and emerging security requirements
Safe millimeter wave technology
Detects both metallic and non-metallic materials
Widely deployed internationally
he millimeter wave (MMW) technology in the ProVision® system utilizes safe radio waves to detect threats that may be hidden under a person’s clothing. A broad variety of concealed materials, including both metallic and non-metallic threat items, can be detected using the ProVision.
U.S. Airport Deployments
More than 700 ProVision® ATD passenger screening systems have been procured by more than 100 airports in the United States. The deployment of these systems is part of the Advanced Imaging Technology (AIT) order from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA).
Cook County Department of Corrections
Cook County Department of Corrections (CCDOC) in Chicago, Illinois covers 96 acres and 10 divisions and is the biggest single-site county pre-trial facility in the country. CCDOC installed 10 ProVision systems, which are used throughout their facility, as well as L-3’s PX™ series X-ray systems for screening mail, hand-carried items and packages. Read Cook County DOC Case Study.
Broad Installed Base
Nearly 1000 ProVision units have been deployed at U.S. and international airports and other facilities, including federal and state courthouses, correctional institutions, embassies, border crossings, national laboratories, commercial headquarters and manufacturing facilities.