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Reveal Imaging Technologies Awarded $2.5 Million Contract to Research Techniques to Reduce False Alarms in Airport Baggage Screening

Reveal Imaging Technologies, Inc., a developer of advanced security inspection systems, announced today that it has won a research contract from the Technical Support Working Group (TSWG) with funding from the Department of Homeland Security to identify the optimal design for CT-based explosives detection systems (EDS) and to develop a hardware and software platform as a result of these findings....

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L-3 Communications Participates in DHS Rail Security Pilot Project with Groundbreaking ProVision(TM) Body Screening Solution

NEW YORK----July 11, 2006--Innovative explosives and weapons detection screening solution tested by the Department of Homeland Security at one of nation's most significant rail transit stations, Exchange Place in Jersey City, NJ L-3 Communications (NYSE: LLL) announced today that its Security and Detection Systems subsidiary is participating in the second phase of the Department of Homeland...

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L-3 Communications Supplies Kansai International Airport with a Comprehensive Checked Baggage Screening Solution; Advanced Technology and Explosives Detection Systems Chosen to Enhance Security in Japan's Second Busiest International Air Hub

NEW YORK --Aug. 31, 2006--L-3 Communications (NYSE: LLL) announced today that its Security and Detection Systems subsidiary will equip Japan's second largest international airport, Kansai International (KIX), with eight VIS 108 advanced technology (AT) systems and four eXaminer 3DX® explosives detection systems (EDS). The systems will be part of an integrated, inline baggage screening system....

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Locon Sensor Systems offer robust sensor solutions for even the most severe environmental conditions. Their line of high-temp inductive sensors and their cylindrical photoelectric series can operate in temperatures up to 250 degrees Celsius. See our video to learn more.

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