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BILLERICA, Mass., June 19, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --
American Science and Engineering, Inc. ("AS&E") (Nasdaq:ASEI), a leading worldwide supplier of innovative X-ray detection solutions, today introduced the MINI Z™, the world's first handheld Z Backscatter® imaging scanner for fast, portable, real-time detection of hidden organic threats, such as drugs, contraband, plastic guns, ceramic knives, and explosives. Designed for law enforcement, first responders, border control, event security, maritime police, and general aviation security, the MINI Z system's single-sided imaging and compact size offers unsurpassed operational flexibility — scanning effectively "on the go" in the hardest-to-reach environments.
The MINI Z™ system's single-sided imaging and compact size offers unsurpassed operational flexibility-scanning effectively "on the go" in the hardest-to-reach environments.
MINI Z™ system, the world's first handheld Z Backscatter® imaging system, providing fast, portable, real-time detection of hidden organic threats and contraband such as drugs, plastic guns, ceramic knives, and explosives behind non-metallic surfaces.
"Leveraging the breakthrough capabilities of our Z Backscatter detection technology, the MINI Z system is AS&E's initial offering of what will be a family of portable backscatter products," said Chuck Dougherty, AS&E's President and CEO. "We have taken the technology behind the success of the ZBV® system and miniaturized it — making it more affordable and accessible to a broader range of customers. The MINI Z system is a game-changer for law enforcement and border security officials who are constantly challenged to quickly and accurately detect potential threats in hard-to-reach environments as they work to ensure the highest level of public safety."
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