Atwater, Kristin M.
November 2005
Government Product News;Nov2005, Vol. 44 Issue 11, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on SmartCheck, a non-intrusive screening system unveiled by Billerica, Massachusetts-based American Science and Engineering Inc., which will help security guards uncover a range of threats hidden under a person's clothing. Features of the system; Use of the system's display screen; Significance of the Backscatter X-Ray technology to the system.


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