US-based LEA sells vehicle inspection system to Saudi Arabia
US-based Law Enforcement Associates Corporation (LEA), a surveillance and security technology company, has received contracts for its Under Vehicle Inspection (UVI) systems from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The contracts, totaling over $200,000, increases deployment of the UVI system in Saudi Arabia to more than 50 units, stated a press release.
LEA's UVI system is an effective tool designed to prevent explosive materials or other contraband from entering or exiting secured facilities. The new units will be used to combat the increased threat to Saudi businesses, government institutions and private residences.
The UVI system aids security personnel in conducting a quick and thorough inspection of cars, vans and trucks at entry and exit points of secured facilities. It provides a high contrast real-time video inspection of the undercarriage of all types of vehicles.
The UVI system has been deployed in desert environments since its inception in 1996. Now in its second generation, the UVI system is deployed in more than 900 locations worldwide, including military bases, nuclear facilities, embassies, government installations, oil refineries, and United Nations and NATO locations.
LEA manufactures and markets undercover surveillance products including a complete line of audio surveillance equipment. A spin-off from Sirchie Finger Print Laboratories, LEA currently markets to the military, law enforcement, security and corrections personnel throughout the world, as well as governmental agencies, multinational corporations and non-governmental organizations. — (menareport.com)
© 2003 Mena Report (www.menareport.com)