"HCVL" - vehicle inspection system

Отправлено 25 мар. 2015 г., 08:30 пользователем Неизвестный пользователь

HCVL system is ideal for use in ports, border crossings, at the entrances to the city and in all other places where there is a need for screening dense flow of light-duty vehicles, including cars, vans, minibuses and motorhomes. 

HCVL system provides a continuous flow of inspection vehicles (even during peak hours], while ensuring excellent image quality and accurate results of any inspection of goods. 

This system is fast and easy-to-use tool for detection of dangerous and illegal substances, such as drugs, explosives, weapons, contraband and radioactive materials as well as the detection of the illegal transportation of people. 

Vertically centered scan allows us to analyze the entire contents of the laden vehicle in a single pass. 

Built Cargovision platform provides accurate analytical information that allows you to maintain a high level of security. 

X-ray images of vehicles high-definition can be viewed by using the Control data sets DaiSy, allows fast and accurate analysis of both the object and remotely. In order to comply with local regulations for scanning passengers HCVL system is available as a conveyor configuration and configuration directions without leaving the car. 

The equipment can be equipped with an automatic Radiation Detection (ARD), which automatically and continuously detect the presence in the vehicle of radioactive materials, and optical character recognition (OCR), which automatically record the license plates.

Key features
  • High throughput in both configurations: 60 cars per hour pipelining and more than 180 vehicles per hour in the mode of travel without leaving the car.
  • The highest resolution and image quality.
  • Vertically centered top examination.
  • Small size for easy installation in existing facilities.
  • Ability to communicate with other devices.
Technical data

The nominal energy (MeV)4
The principle of scanningAvailable pipelining examination and inspection mode when traveling without leaving the car
Scanned vehiclesCars, vans, minibuses and motorhomes (up to 3.6 m)
View from the topVertically-centered view (top to bottom)

System specifications
Space travel (WxH)

3.3 x 3.7 m

Max.size transport (WxHxL)

2.8 x 3.6 x 7 m

Max.weight transp. means

4000 kg for pipelining and without limitation mode of travel without leaving the car

Working temperature

From -20 to 43 ° C

Storage temperature

From -35 to 55 ° C

Relative humidity

To 100%

Computer system

Workstation DaiSy

New ergonomic and intuitive interface system for processing data sets

Means of image analysis

Multi-window operation, setting image processing functions, display in full screen and image processing, available just 2 mouse clicks

Video display terminal

One LCD 22-inch


SQL Database

Data storage

RAID 1 250 000 images

Operating system

Windows 7, Windows Server 2008

Health protection and safety

The dose of radiation emissions into the environment

Less than 0.5 mSv / h

The dose of radiation in the cab

Less than 1 mSv / year

Optional equipment


Automatic optical character recognition


Automatic detection of radioactive material (gamma-matter)


Automatic image projection with possible dangerous or illegal substances to them by operators

Operator booth

With air conditioning

Connect with other devices (optional) • DMS (Data Management System sets) 
 • R2S (remote system repair) 
 • Data exchange with an electronic data interface Smiths ED



HCVL 4028C


Steel penetration (mm)



Bandwidth (vehicles per hour)


More than 180

Safety zone (L x W)

22 x 6 m with walls

8 x 5 meters with walls

Max. dose for passengers transp. means

N / aLess than 120 nSv / scan (in accordance with ANSI N43.17-2009  
max. dose of 250 nSv / scan)


Complies with EU

Meets the standards of Underwriters Laboratories

Max. dose of radiation emissions into the environment

Less than 1 m 3 per / year (according to the standard ICRP 103 permissible dose is 1 m 3 in / year]


Complies with ICRP 120 and WHO requirements


Smiths Detection



Airports, train stations, ports, customs and freight terminals, public and commercial institutions.