ENSCO has introduced its latest MicroSearch® Human Presence Detection System (HPDS) for touch-free, contactless detection of humans hiding in vehicles or containers.
The MicroSearch system is used worldwide for vehicle and container inspections at correctional facilities, border crossings, ferry ports, seaports and high-value facilities. The latest version features a contactless Standoff Vehicle Sensor (SVS), offering even greater portability, flexibility and safety during inspections.
The current global climate is accelerating the demand for enhanced safety and security measures, making the unprecedented capabilities of this product a true game changer. MicroSearch was previously offered as either a wired or wireless system. This next generation MicroSearch System is the only HPDS on the market that provides true contactless vehicle and container inspection, achieving an enhanced level of inspector safety, cost savings and operational efficiency while still ensuring the highest degree of accuracy and reliability.
With the introduction of the latest generation of HPDS, MicroSearch will continue with an uncompromised track record as the human presence detection industry leader.
“Human smuggling, illegal border crossings, security of high value facilities and other similar applications represent a growing challenge across the world. With the release of this unique contactless inspection technology, MicroSearch customers will have a new highly effective tool to address this challenge,” says ENSCO President Boris Nejikovsky.
“The outcome of many years of research and development efforts, this new generation of MicroSearch technology will allow ENSCO to continue to maintain its leadership position in human presence detection. Under the COVID environment, this touch-free, contactless technology could not launch at a more opportune time. We are excited at how this new technology will save inspection costs and time while improving safety for current and future customers.”