L-3's Personnel Imager Added To TSA's Qualified List

Biesecker, Calvin
December 2009
Defense Daily;12/4/2009, Vol. 244 Issue 43, p9
Market Research Report
The article reports that L-3 Communications Corp.'s ProVision Advanced Imaging Technology (AIT) system has been approved by the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) for use at aviation checkpoints. More than 40 systems were evaluated at 19 airports during a two-year test program before adding it to the Qualified Products List (QPL). TSA also approved Rapiscan Systems Inc.'s backscatter-based Secure 1000 AIT system in September 2009.


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