NATO has chosen an integrated inspection approach that includes a way to provide multi-view cargo and vehicle screening.

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) recently decided on multiple cargo, parcel, and personnel X-ray inspection systems to protect a specific but unnamed checkpoint.

After a highly competitive procurement process, NATO awarded the $13 million contract to AS&E to deploy the OmniView Gantry cargo and vehicle inspection system, the Z Portal multi-view cargo and vehicle screening system, multiple Gemini parcel inspection systems and multiple SmartCheck personnel screening systems at a strategic security checkpoint. 

“NATO’s selection is another example of our proprietary technology gaining adoption for mission critical scenarios,” Anthony R. Fabiano of AS&E told Security Magazine. “NATO will use a full range of inspection products to integrate security and heighten detection capability at a strategic checkpoint.”