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Detection of metals, plastic, ceramic or composite materials that are usually used for weapon production on human body and also containers for explosive compounds. The scanner is harmless for human health. It is designed on the principle of receiving human radiation at the frequency range of scanner operation.

The scanner is designed to detect fingerprints of weapons, ammunition, explosives, explosive substances in public places or high-risk facilities to ensure security against terrorist threats.

Key functional benefits

  • small size and possibility to mask behind different materials (plywood, gypsum etc.)
  • absolutely harmless for examined people and surrounding personnel, no limitations for application
  • simultaneous high speed detection in real time of all forbidden objects range (metal, plastic, ceramics, drugs, liquids, explosives, powders etc.)
  • possibility to detect objects inside the body (additional option)
  • not emitting any type of noise (sound, radio, thermal etc.) and is noise protected itself
  • possibility to measure spectral descriptions of forbidden objects (simplifies identification and classification of detected objects from the database)
  • the price is much lower than the best world analogues have


Detection of dangerous subjects on human body is done by multiple channel radiometric scanner.

The Scanner consists of: antenna, receiving unit of 3 mm radiometric bandwidth, processing unit (integrated computing machine), display device (monitor).

The scanner operates in the frequency range of 80 ... 100 GHz. It is able to scan 1 х 2 m space with 3 х 3 mm resolution at a distance of 5 m. The scanner dimensions are 75 cm x 25 cm x 60 cm, the weight is 18 kg. Operating temperature range from +5°C to 35°C.

Project stages
  • Construction documentation was developed
  • Parts of the prototype model were produced
  • System modification in accordance with the Customer’s requirements
  • Prototype tests
  • Registration of patents
  • Launch of serial production