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Autonomous mobile freight scanning system

Inspection of freight for dangerous goods and contraband can now be performed using a high-energy autonomous mobile scanning system. The Driverless Eagle M60 autonomous cargo inspection system has been developed by Rapiscan Systems in conjunction with Mercedes-Benz to provide ports, …

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High energy cargo inspection for border protection

At this year’s Transport Security Expo held in London, TrafficSafe took the opportunity of discussing how high-energy inspection systems operate and how they can be used to keep dangerous goods, explosives and other contraband off the country’s roads. Rapiscan’s Frederic …

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About Jonathan Newell

Studied Engineering at Loughborough University and now involved in broadcast and technical journalism. Jonathan is based in London and Almaty.
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Mexico initiates more screening checkpoints for customs control

Checkpoints throughout Mexico make use of X-Ray vehicle inspection systems to perform large scale checking for illegal and dangerous goods. Screening system manufacturer Rapiscan is engaged in a six-year contract with the Mexican Government to supply screening systems to check …

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