Heuresis Selected by World Customs Organization and US Department of State to Deploy Handheld Imagers to Southeast Asia and Middle East
The World Customs Organization selected the HBI-120 for its customs security initiative in Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands. In addition, the U.S. Department of State selected Heuresis to supply non-intrusive detection systems used to detect weapons, organics and other anomalies in vehicles at border and security checkpoints in Egypt.
“Our HBI-120 is proving to be an essential tool for international border security,” said Jim Ryan, President and CEO. “We have harnessed the powerful advantages of our backscatter technology into a compact, ergonomic and intuitive product."
Heuresis Selected by US Customs and Border Protection for $28.8 Million IDIQ Award to Provide Handheld X-Ray Imagers
Heuresis Corporation, a pioneer of handheld x-ray imaging and analytical devices, today announced it has been awarded a five-year Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to provide handheld reflective x-ray imagers, with a value of up to $28.8 million.
Heuresis Corp., a privately held U.S., company specializing in advanced x-ray instrumentation, is pleased to announce the launch of the HBI-120 handheld backscatter imager.
Heuresis’ HBI-120 is the world’s first one-piece handheld backscatter x-ray imager; it supports mission-critical requirements for customs and border protection, narcotics interdiction, bomb squads, VIP security, and other “soft target” protection missions.