Industries all over the world depend on Under Vehicle Inspection Systems (UVIS) to make their facilities more secure. The purpose of these devices is to examine the underside of vehicles as they pass through checkpoints, to detect anything that may be hidden under any incoming or outgoing vehicles. The devices are completely hands-free, resting on or below the surface of the ground.
Although, the primary purpose of the UVIS are to check the undercarriage of vehicles passing through checkpoints, they can also be used to assist in searching trains, or gas and oil tankers.
It increases security at fueling or pump stations, refineries, and gas reservoirs, because they can scan the top, bottom, and sides of these vehicles and deliver accurate 3D images for analysis.
The system can also scan a full trailer, which will assist with internal inspections. UVIS cut the number of employees needed at checkpoints, and make their work safer with remote viewing and analysis of scanned images. These resilient imaging systems can be used in all weather conditions.
Automatic lens cleaning, and automatic heating and cooling are just a few of the features of tanker inspection systems that allow for accurate images under any conditions and keep the system running effectively. These systems work on either Western or Eastern European vehicle widths.
These same systems can also be of great use on the detection and inspection of train cars. The UVIS can capture images of the entire length of a train as it passes over the scanner in real time. The efficient inspection scanners reduce the amount of time needed to perform security checks, as well as reducing the number of employees required to make such inspections.
Under vehicle surveillance systems provide look in the future of mainstream passenger train safety, and security of all non-standard vehicles. Real-time scans of the entire width of a vehicle instantaneously record clear and exact images, which allow security personnel to respond within seconds to threats or modifications.
Additional products that work in conjunction with these systems only increase their capabilities. Militaries and governments, corporate facilities, and public transportation can all be made more secure with these customizable systems.
Manual methods of train and tanker inspections just can’t compete with UVIS technology in efficiency, required personnel, or cost effectiveness. If large trucks, tankers, trains, or other over-sized, non-standard vehicles are your business, investing in this technology will save you both time and money in the long run.