U.S. Navy adopts Law Enforcement Associates' under-vehicle inspection systems

RALEIGH, N.C., 15 April 2009. Law Enforcement Associates Corp. (LEA), U.S.-based developer and manufacturer of undercover surveillance equipment, gained an order from the U.S. Navy for multiple Under-Vehicle Inspection Systems (UVIS). The systems will be incorporated into the security infrastructure of a major domestic military base.

Apr 15th, 2009

RALEIGH, N.C., 15 April 2009. Law Enforcement Associates Corp. (LEA), U.S.-based developer and manufacturer of undercover surveillance equipment, gained an order from the U.S. Navy for multiple Under-Vehicle Inspection Systems (UVIS). The systems will be incorporated into the security infrastructure of a major domestic military base.

The UVIS is a sophisticated surveillance tool that utilizes high-resolution cameras encased within a ground-based ramp system. As vehicles pass over the ramp, real-time video imagery of the car's undercarriage is transmitted to a nearby video screen, which is monitored by trained security personnel.

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