Brijot Imaging Systems will demonstrate its passive millimetre wave security checkpoint screening system at Narita International Airport in Japan from 2 to 6 August this year.
The system, featuring Brijot's proprietary GEN 2 technology, will be used to detect concealed objects such as liquids, explosives, weapons, drugs or cash.
The system will perform complete body scanning at airport checkpoints without emitting any radiation or energy.
It will identify concealed objects by detecting the temperature difference of the body and the concealed object, and will not create images of passengers.
The highly compact system can be used alongside existing passenger screening devices to increase the layers of airport security.