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Tek84 Product Suite
Helping secure airports, borders, prisons,
embassies, courthouses and other critical infrastructure
Handheld scanners for non-intrusive Inspection of vehicle, suitcases, backpacks, small bags, parcels and assistance facilitating search warrants of houses, apartments and commercial buildings, including jails, prisons and juvenile facilities.
Our products have been widely deployed around the world by the TSA, the U.S. Department of Defense, the State of Israel, and other Government agencies.
- The world’s first body scanner (1991)
- The highest resolution surveillance camera of its time (2001)
- The first drive-through car bomb detection portal (2009)
- The first full-body scanner with vertical scanning technology (2018)
Tek84 also conducts research and development for Government agencies, including the National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, Transportation Security Administration, Department of Energy, Counter-Terrorism Technical Support Office, United States Secret Service, and Israeli Security Agency.
In the News
LEWISTON, Idaho – "With drugs and contraband coming into the jail, in order to keep the facility...
RIDGWAY - The Elk County Board of Commissioners has approved and purchased an x-ray body scanner,...
Combination Expands Tek84’s High Technology X-ray Security Scanning Solutions SAN DIEGO, March 07,...
GREENSBORO, N.C. (WGHP) — A loaded gun was found while an inmate was being booked into the...
Loudon county sheriff Jimmy Davis stands in the new body scanner... Continue Reading >
The LaSalle County Board last week approved the $166,000 bid from Tek 84 for a body scanner. It’ll...