Stockholm & London, September 26, 2022. Apstec Systems® (Apstec®) today announced that it will launch the new version of Human Security Radar®(HSR™) Version 4 at the International Security Expo in London the 27th and 28th of September 2022. Asptec’s innovative HSR system provides high-throughput, low contact security screening and ensures a seamless security experience for people being screened. HSR Version 4 offers proven and effective functionality in an attractive, smaller and more mobile unit suited for deployments at prestigious locations.
The fully automatic walkthrough system enables non-invasive security screening of thousands of people an hour for improvised explosive devices, firearms and other weapons. HSR helps customers improve resilience, enhance the security screening experience and vastly improve the cost effectiveness of security operations, while reducing costs and risks. HSR has been successfully deployed at high profile clients such as the Cannes Film Festival and Koelnmesse Exhibition Center among others.
“As a longstanding Premier Partner of the International Security Expo, Apstec is delighted to be launching our latest version HSR V4 at ISE,” said Stephen Cooper, Apstec’s COO. “We are looking forward showing customers, partners and prospects live demonstrations of HSR V4 on our booth C40.”
About International Security Expo (ISE)
ISE is the world’s premier Government, industry, academia and end-user security event and it welcomes thousands of security professionals from all corners of the industry. Taking place the 27 and 28th of September at London Olympia it is co-located with the International Cyber Expo for more information or to register to attend see https://www.internationalsecurityexpo.com/welcome.
Founded in 2003, Apstec has established itself as an innovator in the field of real-time mass people screening and threat detection technology. Backed by meticulous research and development by its leading experts specializing in the application of radio physics, electronics and software engineering to the development of technology for the detection of weapons and person-borne improvised explosive devices (PBIEDs), Apstec can boast the most mature and rigorously tested system available to the market today, the Human Security Radar® (HSR®). With patents allowed in 59 countries worldwide and the completion of numerous successful trials with leading organizations, Apstec is poised to make good on its mission to make the world a safer place.
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