Thermal Matrix develops and readies advanced standoff and person-borne concealed weapons object detection systems. By integrating multiple sensor technologies, these systems are capable of detecting many threats, including concealed plastic, liquid, powder and gel explosives most often used by suicide bombers.
Thermal Matrix specializes in detecting concealed objects at safe standoff distances, both indoors and out, in real time without delay. In addition to offering complete system solutions, TM systems can be integrated into existing screening and threat detection systems, including a wide range of existing infrared cameras, enhancing the ability to detect explosives.
These systems are ideal for domestic use in the private and law enforcement industry, as well as for use by the military around the world.
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