Threat Detection Becomes Automatic

Imagine automatic screening of people with luggage, backpacks and bags for threat detection at your disposal. Wait no longer, Ceia USA is bringing its Opengate to the marketeplace. Opengate is a groundbreaking weapons detection system designed for automatic screening of people in transit, who might be carrying luggage, backpacks and bags, for the detection of mass casualty metal threats. This includes high-caliber assault weapons and IED devices.

The solution is a wire-free screening portal with two independent and self-powered pillars. Both are self-powered. Opengate does not require a mechanical nor an electrical connection between two transducers. The gates are designed as a portable solution for quick relocation.

The solution is great for metro and railway stations, airport and port terminal entrances, convention center, stadiums, arenas and more.

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