ODSecurity will be showcasing SOTER RS low dosage full body scanner at the forthcoming Conference; Technology in Corrections – Challenges for the Future, in Prague, Czech Republic from 15 to 17 May, 2017
Hosted by the Czech Prison and Probation Services, and organised by EuroPris, ICPA and CEP the aim of the conference is to challenge the private sector to develop innovative digital solutions for use in corrections to address issues facing prisons and probation today, provide networking opportunities for technology experts in the corrections arena, and to promote the use and implementation of advanced Digital Technology Solutions in corrections.
ODSecurity will be at the Orea Hotel, Pyramida, Prague to discuss the benefits of the SOTER RS ultra-low radiation full body scanner over other conventional systems in correctional establishments.
The SOTER RS will increase the level of security operations previously possible using conventional metal detectors. Non-metallic objects hidden under clothes, in natural cavities or within the human body cannot be detected by conventional metal detectors and typically, these non-detectable items, such as narcotics, explosives, precious stones, plastic weapons, or other contraband, can only otherwise be detected by highly intrusive total body searches.
SOTER RS is successfully deployed in correctional facilities, in airports, detention centres, police and customs facilities worldwide including; Australia, Denmark, Ghana, Hong Kong, Kuwait, Malaysia, Mexico, Nigeria, The Netherlands, The United Arab Emirates, The United States of America, The United Kingdom, Chile, Sri Lanka and Vietnam.