Heuresis, pioneer of handheld x-ray imaging and analytical devices, today announced it is rebranding the company as Viken Detection (effective February 11). The brand name, Viken, and tagline, “One Sense Ahead,” reflect the vision of the company, led by CEO Jim Ryan and CTO Dr. Peter Rothschild, to significantly increase the use of cutting-edge technologies to address urgent homeland security and public safety challenges.
Heuresis Selected by World Customs Organization and US Department of State to Deploy Handheld Imagers to Southeast Asia and Middle East
The World Customs Organization selected the HBI-120 for its customs security initiative in Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands. In addition, the U.S. Department of State selected Heuresis to supply non-intrusive detection systems used to detect weapons, organics and other anomalies in vehicles at border and security checkpoints in Egypt.
“Our HBI-120 is proving to be an essential tool for international border security,” said Jim Ryan, President and CEO. “We have harnessed the powerful advantages of our backscatter technology into a compact, ergonomic and intuitive product."
Heuresis Selected by US Customs and Border Protection for $28.8 Million IDIQ Award to Provide Handheld X-Ray Imagers
Heuresis Corporation, a pioneer of handheld x-ray imaging and analytical devices, today announced it has been awarded a five-year Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to provide handheld reflective x-ray imagers, with a value of up to $28.8 million.
Heuresis Corp., a privately held U.S., company specializing in advanced x-ray instrumentation, is pleased to announce the launch of the HBI-120 handheld backscatter imager.
Heuresis’ HBI-120 is the world’s first one-piece handheld backscatter x-ray imager; it supports mission-critical requirements for customs and border protection, narcotics interdiction, bomb squads, VIP security, and other “soft target” protection missions.