U.S. Customs and Border Protection becomes
eighth international agency to use Thruvision

Deployed at select Ports of Entry to detect weapons
and contraband concealed under clothing

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US Department of State selects Thruvision
to help tackle illicit trade in narcotics
State’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement
becomes sixth international agency using Thruvision for
border control
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Customs and border security

Checking all travelers for concealed contraband using customs and border people security screening technology

In service with eight international customs agencies providing safe and reliable detection of all types of contraband, including drugs and cash.

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International customs and border security agencies have traditionally used screening technologies to inspect baggage, vehicles, mail and cargo containers for illicit goods and contraband. Screening of pedestrians at ports of entry has often been a lower priority, in large part due to the lack of viable solutions. As a result, pedestrian-based smuggling of items such as currency, opioids, narcotics and other illicit items is a point of vulnerability for border security and customs enforcement.

This white paper provides an overview of the reasons why international customs agencies need to address this and explains how passive terahertz customs and border people security screening technology offers the first operationally proven solution for this requirement.

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IN SERVICE WITH EIGHT INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMS AGENCIES

RELIABLY DETECTS ILLICIT DRUGS AND CASH

CAN BE USED IN OVERT OR COVERT OPERATIONS

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