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X-ray Inspection Systems from American Science and Engineering to Secure High-Risk Facilities in the Middle East

American Science and Engineering (AS&E) Inc., a leading global vendor supplying new-generation X-ray-based detection systems, has recently received an order worth $8.2 million for providing cargo inspection systems that will secure key infrastructure for the Middle East region.

Cargo Inspection Systems from AS&E

These systems will scan trucks and vehicles entering high-risk facilities to detect contraband and explosives.

Anthony Fabiano, CEO and President of AS&E, informed that AS&E offers completely integrated comprehensive solutions for the protection of key infrastructure, an important aspect for homeland security in the strategic Middle East region. Fabiano revealed that AS&E has more than 50 years experience in the installation of X-ray-enabled inspection solutions, which has enabled its cargo inspection systems to incorporate tested technology for locating hidden contraband and threats in cargo and vehicles in checkpoints and high-risk facilities.

AS&E offers a complete range of industry-authenticated and cutting-edge security screening solutions for use in important infrastructure to facilitate functioning of national defense and government organizations worldwide. Such facilities encompass national monuments, electricity, water supplies, heating, oil, and gas refineries, telecommunications, banking, hospitals, transportation, agriculture, police, and the military.


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