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Valley Forge Composite Technologies begins shipping Its full body scanner

Covington, KY-based Valley Forge Composite Technologies reports that it has begun shipping Odin, its full body scanner.  

The company describes Odin as based on ultra-low dose imaging technology that provides an enhanced ability to see most objects, including liquids, explosives and other contraband carried on an individual, even when concealed.  

The initial system is expected to be installed and operational by the middle of February, at which point Odin will undergo acceptance testing for 30 days before being put into full operation, the company says.  

Valley Forge also notes that, for security reasons, it has agreed to not disclose the end user of the product or the location of the initial installation.


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