Power for USCG Boats
The USCG's new Defender Class craft from Safe Boats will be powered exclusively by twin Honda BF225 4-stroke outboards. The Hondas can propel the new 25-ft. (7.6-m) Response Boat - Small, or RB-S as the Coast Guard refers to it through 30-mph winds and 6-ft. seas. The BF225s will provide a top speed of over 45 knots allowing the Safe Boat reaches plane in less than four seconds. Its marine-grade 5086 aluminum hull with integral, sealed air chamber and polyethylene, non-deflatable foam collar make the craft one of the safest boats on the water. The RB-S features an all-welded, self-bailing deck; insulated and heated full cabin; upper spotter windows; port and starboard sliding doors; marine electrical cable; stepped transom; and locking long gun storage. The boat's fuel tanks are .25 5086 rolled bottom, fabricated aluminum.
X-Ray Inspection Systems
The Shaped Energy inspection system combines cabinet-safe, high-energy transmissions with Z backscatter X-ray imaging to provide penetration, excellent spatial resolution and contrast sensitivity with minimum radiation to cargo and the environment. The system is ideally suited to inspect densely loaded cargo containers, as it can penetrate up to 12 inches of steel or eight feet of water with easy cargo interpretation and identification.
Locks and Seals
Specialists in providing solutions to accommodate new Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) rules, Brooks offers a host of sealing systems designed to keep cargo compliant, including Multi-Lok, Poly-Check, Poly-Lok II, Secure Grip Seal and Secur-Pull Seals. For Containers or trailers
, the company offers Intermodal II Seals and e-Seal, a disposable, electronic container seal with three omni-directional frequencies. It incorporates interactive electronic data storage with a rugged anti-theft barrier.
Columbia Research Corp
Diver Mobility Platform
Columbia Research Corporation has designed a manned wet submersible for use in port security applications
involving inspections of ship hulls and harbor facilities. This craft uses the latest sonar technology to scan hulls, structures and the seafloor for the presence of mines and contraband. It's electric propulsion system
drives it to a max. speed of six knots.
The 3,600 pound unit features GPS/Doppler nav, a low light/infrared video and two sonars.
Azonix Dynalco's new ProPanel Navigator marine application computer is completely watertight, designed and manufactured to work for long durations in harsh and hazardous environments.
Datacard Identification boasts one of the industry's most extensive product lines, which feature seamless compatibility between components.
Pearl Harbor Gets Visible
Harbor Security in and around Pearl Harbor, Hawaii is becoming more visible with installation of Day/Night Surveillance Cameras. EMX Inc. has a contract to supply surveillance systems in and around the famous harbor area.
The same gyrostabilized technology used on aircraft is available to marine patrol units from GyroCam Systems. The Marine Patrol Surveillance System provides steady images even in the roughest seas.
Helps Light the Way Out
Intenslite International has developed an Emergency Escape Path lighting system dubbed Transit, which is visible even in the densest of smoke. This product is a side emitting fiber optic rope lit by a compact green laser.
Cargo Inspection Systems
L-3 Cargo inspection products use proprietary technology that is specifically designed for the examination of cargo. Security and Detection Systems offers three types of cargo inspection systems: Pallet X-ray Systems; Freight X-ray Systems; and Container and Vehicle X-ray Systems.
Rapidscan Security Products
X-Ray Security Inspection
The Rapidscan Model 532H is an x-ray security inspection system designed for customers requiring secure inspections of large palletized cargo weighing up to 6,600 pounds. With a large tunnel opening of 59 in. x 65 in., large cargo containers can be quickly and easily scanned.
Cargo Inspection System
SAIC's award-winning Vehicle and Cargo Inspection System (VACIS) helps respond to the security challenges of he day. The VACIS family of products is designed to provide fast, reliable and cost-effective solutions for inspecting everything from intermodal containers
to passenger vehicles. In addition, VACIS offers a variety of configurations for virtually any inspection environment.
The SMT-100 Real Time Tracker is a unique Internet-based open architecture mobile communications platform designed to transmit and receive data via a wireless network.
A-Pass Marine is a rapid passenger check-in and boarding accountability and vessel access control system incorporating authentication and validation of passenger, crew and visitor identification and travel documents.
Varian Medical Systems
Varian's Linatron-MP is a portable field radiography system, compact to inspect everything from fracture-critical components in bridges and buildings to nuclear reactor vessels and aircraft.
Avert Catastrophe with Rapid Warning
In today's uncertain world, the safety and security of employees, customers and facilities is a major concern daily. Quick reaction to a potential tragedy - from fires to terrorist strikes - is critical. Now, with the Wide Area Emergency Messaging System (WEMS-1000) from ATS-Plus, Inc. makes the difference between a disaster and the saving of lives and property. The WEMS-1000 technology lets industry, government, universities or any other large entity simultaneously: warn of impending danger and direct the appropriate emergency response and action. Whether or not your facility has a computer network infrastructure, ATS-Plus can both design and implement an emergency messaging system to bring safety and security closer than ever, sending live or recorded messages to many people in many locations instantaneously, simultaneously and easily. ATS-Plus's technology is not a communications system. It is designed to quickly send live or pre-recorded voice messages to many people in many locations simultaneously and effortlessly, and can exist within an entity's current communication infrastructure or it can be a separate system altogether. It can use fiber optic, landlines or wireless communications media