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Walleye Technologies to Begin Shipment of World’s First Handheld Millimeter Wave Camera for the Homeland Security Market

July 30, 2011

Camera screens people and packages for weapons and explosives.

Somerville, MA (PRWEB) July 29, 2011

Walleye Technologies, the world leader in handheld millimeter wave imaging systems, will begin shipping the new Walleye 24S camera this fall. The camera is lightweight, portable and runs on rechargeable batteries.

The high-performance camera is capable of screening people, packages or concealed locations for contraband, explosives or weapons. The millimeter wave camera has been in development for a number of years and the effort has been led by the engineering team at Walleye and with collaborators at leading academic institutions.

The Walleye camera will bring additional imaging and screening capabilities to the Homeland Security market. “Our device was designed and built to take advantage of the significant opportunity for a safe, handheld product with the remarkable ability to find hidden and dangerous items,” says Chris Adams, CEO.

About Walleye Technologies

Walleye Technologies develops next generation hand-held portable imaging systems capable of “seeing” into and through solid objects. The company’s patent-pending imaging technology platform, the Walleye Imaging System, generates high quality images and has a diversity of applications from consumer to security imaging markets. To learn more about the Walleye Technologies, please visit http://www.walleyetechnologies.com.

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