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Degausser<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//" width="144" height="115" /> </div> <p>A powerful new electromagnetic-pulse degausser from <span style="COLOR&#58;rgb(255,0,0);"><strong> Security Engineered Machinery </strong></span>of Westboro, Massachusetts, permanently erases data from computer hard drives, data tapes, and other magnetic media. The Model EMP001 Eliminator Hard Drive and Magnetic Tape Degausser complies with U.S. Department of Defense requirements for destroying classified information on magnetic media and exceeds the requirements of many national and international legislative mandates for the destruction of confidential and sensitive data. It is on the U.S. National Security Agency’s Evaluated Products List. With effective field strength of up to 40,000 gauss, the unit erases data from longitudinal magnetic recorded and perpendicular magnetic recorded hard-disk drives with up to three terabytes of storage and nominal coercivity rating of up to 4,000 Oersteds. It erases data tapes with nominal coercivity ratings of up to 2,800 Oersteds. </p> </div>
Passenger Screening<div class="body"> <p> <span style="COLOR&#58;rgb(255,0,0);"> <strong>Brijot Imaging Systems, Inc.</strong> </span>, of Lake Mary, Florida, has introduced a passenger-screening device that uses passive millimeter wave technology to detect metallic and nonmetallic items concealed in a person’s clothing. SafeScreen detects liquids, explosives, weapons, drugs, and cash without emitting harmful radiation or energy, and without revealing anatomical detail of the person screened. The portal requires less space than currently deployed advanced imaging technology machines, and it screens passengers more quickly. Automated detection boxes assist the operator and reduce training requirements; objects that are hotter than the surface temperature of the subject are indicated by a magenta detection box, while colder objects are indicated by a blue box. </p> </div>