This is a great win for both Metrasens and the DPSCS, and serves as a vital partnership as we work together to enable advanced detection technology to greatly improve contraband screening outcomes
Lisle, IL (PRWEB)
July 12, 2017
Metrasens is pleased to announce that the Maryland Department of Public Safety & Correctional Services (DPSCS) has selected the Cellsense Plus™ contraband detection system to address the ongoing contraband interdiction efforts of correctional facilities across the state. In total, 163 Cellsense Plus systems will be deployed across 24 site/group locations over the next several weeks.
“This is a great win for both Metrasens and the DPSCS, and serves as a vital partnership as we work together to enable advanced detection technology to greatly improve contraband screening outcomes”, said James Viscardi, Vice-President of Global Security for Metrasens. “This is a testament to the dedicated talent and expertise across the Metrasens organization that has developed and delivered the most capable solution for the task.” Metrasens has mobilized resources to deploy product and provide extensive in-facility training to allow all locations to be fully operational with Cellsense Plus by the end of July.
Correctional institutions across the globe are demanding more advanced detection systems that feature high throughput screening, better detection results, and deployment flexibility for mobilized screening. Cellsense Plus was selected by Maryland DPSCS, and many international customers alike, for demonstrating these benefits in an attractive, functional design. The contraband epidemic continues to adapt as evidenced by the continued entry into correctional facilities. Yet, through the use of Cellsense Plus, more and more institutions are making…