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3DX-RAY’s new software helps make security operatives safer

Loughborough, UK – 18 October 2011 – 3DX-RAY, the x-ray inspection specialist, has today announced a new software system for its portable x-ray scanning equipment that could help make security operatives even safer during threat detection.

The new software, ThreatSpect, has been designed for even simpler navigation and ease of use during critical security situations where precision and speed is vital. 3DX-RAY is launching ThreatSpect today at Milipol, Paris, 18th- 21st October 2011 (UK Pavilion Stand 3B 095).

In high security situations, it is imperative to have tools that are quick, simple and effective. Reflecting these needs, 3DX-RAY designed its new software to offer maximum functionality but within a clean operating environment. Menus are context-driven to de-clutter the operating screen and give maximum screen space to the image, whilst also being streamlined to initiate functions with a single click. The design is also graphically-driven to improve usability and reduce training times. 3DX-RAY has also developed a tablet version of the ThreatSpect software to offer security operatives even greater portability options and an even simpler, touchscreen interface.

The new software, which is being rolled out across 3DX-RAY’s range of FlatScan portable x-ray systems, now features an optional direct link to the remote command and control centre so they can view what the operator sees on screen in real-time. ThreatSpect also features improvements to image annotation capabilities, increased flexibility for saving in common graphical file formats (such as JPG), and builds upon 3DX-RAY’s leading material discrimination technology.

Vincent Deery, Sales Director at 3DX-RAY, commented: “ThreatSpect builds upon 3DX-RAY’s existing system that was already well-known throughout the industry for its ease of use, bringing the technology into a contemporary design with new features and improvements. We pride ourselves in creating tools that are really fit-for-purpose and work as efficiently as possible in critical situations, and we are really excited to be rolling out ThreatSpect across the FlatScan family.”

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