Advanced Detection Technology awarded contract by U.S Army

Global security leader, Advanced Detection Technology, announced that it will equip the U.S. Army at Camp Arifjan with its LowCam Under-Vehicle Surveillance Systems (UVSS). Camp Arifjan is a new prepositioning facility currently under construction in Kuwait.

Located south of Kuwait City, Camp Arifjan will replace Camp Doha, a former industrial warehouse complex. The base will provide permanent support facilities in support of the U.S. Army's three major missions in Kuwait: to maintain prepositioned equipment, supplies and materials; direct joint exercises with the Kuwait armed forces; and ensure the security of Kuwait. Learn more about Camp Arifjan at http://w3.arifjan.arcent.army.mil.

"The United States military has been a customer of our LowCam Under-Vehicle Inspection Systems since 2003," said Dale Hiatt, president of Advanced Detection Technology. "We are honored to have a continuing role in protecting U.S. military assets—human and physical."

Advanced Detection Technology's LowCam Under-Vehicle Surveillance Systems inspect the undercarriages of vehicles up to 75 feet (22.86 meters) in length and enable the systems operator to conduct real-time comparison of images of the same vehicle from different visits, depicting both the current and previous images simultaneously. Camp Arifjan’s UVSS systems will be enhanced by Advanced Detection Technology's SceneCam closed-circuit television (CCTV) video surveillance systems and FastPlate Automated License Plate Recognition (ALPR) Systems, which can view, capture and analyze vehicle license plates and capture images of vehicle operators in both small and large vehicles.

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