Under Vehicle Inspection System
Following the September 11 terrorist attack on the United State of America in 2001, organizations all over the world have seriously embrace security systems to protect their key installations and facilities, both domestic and international. One key aspect is the detection and diagnosis of concealed improvised explosive devices (IED) by persons engaged in suicide attacks. Traditionally, security personnel and guard dogs are deployed at entry-points to ‘sniff out’ vehicle-borne IED. This has resulted in many heavy casualties whenever the terrorists detonated explosives at close range.
Under Vehicle Inspection System (UVIS) is designed to inspect vehicles on-the-move to ensure high throughput screening of vehicles at the entry-point. It comes with a Camera that captures the driver’s face and plate number. It uses a high-speed, high frame rate area scan camera to capture a segment of the under-vehicle, and apply state-of-the-art image stitching algorithm to produce a complete high-quality image of the undercarriage.