HAWTHORNE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--OSI Systems, Inc. (the “Company” or “OSI Systems”) (NASDAQ: OSIS) today announced that its Security division received a contract to provide its Rapiscan® 920CT checkpoint system with an integrated Tray Return System (TRS™), Metor® 6S High Sensitivity Metal Detector and Itemiser® 4DX Explosive Trace Detection systems for Avalon Airport near Melbourne, Australia. The Company’s products are expected to support Avalon’s expansion effort to become an international airport by December 2018.
OSI Systems’ Chairman and CEO, Deepak Chopra, stated, "We are pleased to receive our first 920CT order and support Avalon’s mission with our latest CT checkpoint technology enabling greater threat detection and passenger throughput."
The Rapiscan Systems 920CT is designed to increase the security and efficiency of checkpoint operations. The advanced threat detection software embedded within the system is capable of quickly identifying and highlighting potential threats. The 920CT has also been engineered to work in conjunction with the Company’s Rapiscan Tray Return System (TRS™). Earlier this year, the 920CT received Standard C2 approval by the European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC) for airport checkpoints.
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