ISDEF 2019: Apstec Systems HSR first fully automatic real-time mass people screening solution

The Company Apstec Systems presents its Human Security Radar (HSR), the first fully automatic real-time mass people screening solution at ISDEF 2019, the International Defense and Security Exhibition in Tel Aviv, Israel. The Human Security Radar is a fully automatic real-time threat detection and mass people solution that introduces and extend secure perimeters without disrupting the people flow.

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Apstec Systems presents its Human Security Radar HSR at ISDEF 2019, defense and security exhibition in Tel aviv, Israel. (Picture source Army Recognition)

The Human Security Radar (HSR) is able to control up to 10,000 people per hour and is capable of screening multiple targets at once. It can detect hidden objects as different types of IED's (Improvised Explosive Devices), including those without metal components or small weapons.

Apstec's mission is to make the world a safer place by protecting crowded places from terrorist attack. The challenge for security professionals is to provide this level of protection without interfering with and causing delay to mass people flow. Apstec has been investing in solutions to this challenge and developing screening technology since 2006. The culmination of all of this work and investment is the ground-breaking technology Incorporated in HSR

For the first time ever, offers a genuine solution for simultaneously screening multiple targets in real-time for explosive devices and firearms hidden under clothes and in backpacks. HSR addresses one of the most pressing capability gaps by effectively extending the security perimeter of vulnerable crowded places and protecting them from the threat of terrorism.

The HSR is fully automatic and operates in real time. By analyzing the data returned from the inspection zone, the system is able to locate and track threat items. Alerts are presented to the responder in the form of an image of the suspect, indicating identity and where on the body the threat item is being carried.

The HSR can be configured to meet a wide range of customer requirements. Ideally suited to be installed at the entrances and approaches to crowded places, it can be deployed overtly to deliver a reassuring message to legitimate users and a strong deterrence effect to potential attackers or covertly to inform a more discrete response.

The HSR is ideally suited to protecting places such as mass transit and major transport hubs, landside of airports, places of worship, shopping centers, major events and entertainment venues. The technology offers an effective, functional and streamlined option to secure crowded places where conventional security measures are either not present or impractical.

The  HSR is being evaluated in several major airports around the world including Russia, Belgium and Turkey. It will also be used during the 2020 Olympic Games in Japan.