SHERBROOKE, QC, March 10, 2015 /CNW Telbec/ - SafeRay, a Canadian company based in Quebec, is excited to announce the pre-launch of the 360° Mail Imaging System, following the hoax envelopes sent last week, to four federal parliamentary members including a minister. SafeRay 360° Imaging feels that Canadians can benefit from a safer technology to protect them. This new millimeter wave device, is user friendly, small and portable, safer for users as it works without harmful radiation, and it increases mail security by accurately seeing a live dynamic image (in movement) of any powder or liquid sent in one envelop. And that is applicable to bio-threats, chemical threats, radiological threats and explosives. This new device is the only one that can catch a hoax letter.
SafeRay 360° Mail Imaging system will increase the security of any politically elected members, government employees, judges, crown attorneys, police, pharmaceutical companies, mega hospitals and media headquarters, that could be targeted as a mean of protest, intimidation or terrorism.
Current X-ray systems used to inspect mail are too powerful, seeing right through the envelope as well as its content. The images are too faint for object identification and these systems generate ionizing radiation that can be harmful to the operator. They provide a static image and not a live dynamic video. Furthermore, those systems are not able or recommended to see powders or liquids in movement inside envelopes. SafeRay 360° Mail Imaging will revolutionize mail safety, as it can detect letter bombs, liquids and powders in movement in one or multiple envelops at the time. A threatening envelop can be quickly identified, isolated, and secured immediately.
A prototype of the 360° Mail Imaging System is available to be tested at any locations as it is a desktop solution and portable.
Eric Giroux, President of SafeRay, is excited to offer this new technology. He said that « SafeRay's technology can protect people better, no human life should be threatened by anonymous acts of intimidation like we saw last week. This latest millimeter wave technology can prevent potential injuries and even death ».
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