Rohde & Schwarz delivers fast security at Munich conference

Rohde & Schwarz delivers fast security at Munich conference

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By Jean-Pierre Joosting

Rohde & Schwarz contributed to a safe environment at the 59th Munich Security Conference (MSC), which took place in Munich with more than 450 international participants and over 50 events. Rohde & Schwarz provided six of its QPS Walk2000 security scanners, one at each entrance, enabling more than 20,000 convenient, reliable scans with minimal queuing. 

The QPS Walk2000 is a unique 360° walk-through security scanner for fast and touchless people screening that detects items of any material, overcoming the limitations of traditional walk-through metal detectors. Designed to allow multiple layers of clothing and natural walking posture, it takes security screening to a new level, providing a highly convenient, efficient and reliable security system for exclusive events.

The system operates with non-invasive, extremely low radiation for excellent penetration of clothing, making the time-consuming removal of outer garments unnecessary. AI based detection software automatically identifies objects of any material. The results are precisely displayed in real time on a gender-neutral avatar and with LED stripes, keeping secondary screening to a minimum and providing utmost protection of privacy.

For operators the QPS Walk2000 offers intuitive operation due to fully automated screening and displays exact alarm positions, simplifying secondary screening.

The system delivers convenient screening while walking at a normal pace through the scanner, with real-time alarm display, thereby minimising queuing. Further, precise anomaly location reduces secondary screening to an absolute minimum. Screened persons are not exposed to harmful radiation, with emissions a fraction of a Bluetooth® device.

Image: The QPS Walk2000 at one of the entrances of the Bayerischer Hof hotel.

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