No Emission non X-Ray Scanning
Traditional metal detectors emit harmful radiation in many wavelengths, including X-rays, which have been proven to have harmful effects, especially in young growing bodies, during repeated and prolonged exposures.
Passive detection using the latest sensing technology available today.
Passive Security Scan is an advanced personnel security screening system purposely designed to meet the cost-effective criteria for public and private schools.
protecting Lives with THE PASSIVE SCAN Technology
EXPERIENCE THE DIFFERENCE
The Passive Security Scan system uses highly developed field sensing technology using patented methods to sense and pin point the location of items detected. The Passive Security Scan system has many benefits and features that are not available in competitors’ models including:
- low acquisition and operational costs
- extreme portability: lightweight and sleek design
- fast and easy to set-up and use
- passive scanning technology
- manufactured in the United States of America
- extended and enhanced warranties available to meet your security needs.
PASSIVE SECURITY SCAN Advantages
- detects large weapons and small electronic devices for IP security
- discriminates between threat and non-threat detected items
- passive sensory electronics for detection of common weapon metallurgy
- high throughput rates for improved traffic flow during screening progression
- digital imagery of alarm condition patrons, which is saved to solid state disks which can be transferred to other security applications
- archival and historical image and data retrieval
- provides visual and audible alerts of alarm condition individuals
- sensor output is displayed on user’s interface for easy location of detected item
- multiple threshold control over alarm set points and detection sensitivity
- password controlled user login with operational and user data logging
- easy to use and understand graphical user’s interface
- low-cost for multiple entrance installations or multiple layered security zones
- designed for covert installations in doorways or other fixtures at any facility
- low false positive alarm rate compared to metal detectors currently offered
- hardware and software are easily modified for custom applications and installations
- can be networked or controlled at remote locations for the safety of operators
- software based system can easily be integrated with other bio-hazard and explosives detection systems for mult-threat screening detection and “Checkpoint of the Future” applications
passive security scan benefits
specifically designed to meet Public school needs
health smart non x-ray scanning
low-cost for multiple Entrance Installations
What Are People Saying?
"Passive Security Scan offers schools and businesses the best combination of price, value, and service at no health risks," -Merrill Moses, CEO
“I am sure many of you have done childhood experiments, using a bar magnet placed under a piece of paper, and then sprinkled iron filings on top of the paper. Remember the almost bubble-like lines that appeared that were produced by the poles of the magnet. These lines also exist on earth, which can be thought of as a very large magnet. Now, consider these magnetic lines around the earth as a fog. We are tuned to this fog, and any item that is surrounded by its own magnetic field, like a firearm, will produce a hole in this fog. This is what we detect. The holes in the fog.” -excerpt: presentation by R. Fluck
“It was once said that “It is better to tell the truth than tell a lie”, “It is better to know than not to know”…However, in the case of my “knowing” of the Passive Scan system and knowing that, had this cost-effective and state-of-the-art wonder of technology been deployed and operational on December 14th at a school in Newtown, Connecticut called Sandy Hook Elementary School, little souls and seven adult souls might not have been released to their creator before their time.” -excerpt: Capstone by C. Alexander
“…schools should randomly draw classroom numbers and search every student in the selected classroom. This approach provides an element of surprise, which discourages students from bringing weapons to school.” -excerpt: Mike Dorn, executive director for Safe Havens International.