THE VEROVISION MAIL SCREENERTM PROVIDES DETECTION OF HIDDEN DRUGS AND COMMON CUTTING AGENTS
The VeroVision Mail Screener is specifically developed to help improve correctional facility safety by detecting drugs and common cutting agents that may be sent to facilities through the mail.
This system features a simple, one button touch interface that allows the operator to quickly scan mail.
- Utilizes near-infrared light (that which humans cannot see)
- Sees through envelopes, paper, stamps, and stickers
- Detects illicit drugs and common cutting agents
- Presents the detection in an easy-to-understand user interface
- Generates a report with imagery for documentation
- Once detected, collect and create a presumptive identification of the materials (future enhancement)
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The VeroVision Mail Screening system utilizes wide-field hyperspectral imaging techniques to rapidly image an article of mail, evaluate the data set and display to the user if a potential illicit substance has been detected.
Hyperspectral imaging results in narrow wavelength (color) image acquisitions. The use of innovative imaging spectrometers incorporating a unique sensor technology allow for key wavelengths to be imaged within the near-infrared spectrum (the region above where humans can see).
Near-infrared light can penetrate the articles of mail, and allows the classification of illicit substances over the background substances present in common envelopes, greeting cards, papers and stamps.
VeroVision utilizes advanced acquisition and processing methods to detect the presence of illicit substances within the articles of mail. These detections are presented to the user in an easy-to-use interface which allows for the generation of a report including images.
Once an illicit substance has been detected, high-resolution spectral information can be acquired and used to generate a presumptive identification of the substance (capability available in 2016).
|Drug of interest||Cutting Agents|
Additional drugs of interest may be added to the libraries.
|Suboxone on Greeting Card Envelope||Baking Soda Underneath Sticker|
|Methamphetamine on Envelope||Aspirin in Baggies|