prototype of the new complex, which allows you to secretly and non-stop searches of people, is planned to be created in 2021, told RIA Novosti Deputy General Director of JSC RTI on intelligence and information systems Kirill Makarov.
A prototype of the new complex, which allows you to secretly and non-stop searches of people, is planned to be created in 2021, told RIA Novosti Deputy General Director of JSC RTI on intelligence and information systems Kirill Makarov.
“We are at the final stage of the research work, during which we achieved confirmation of the correctness of our approaches and ways of implementing this project. We are faced with the task of expanding the complex’s functionality, in particular, increasing the viewing angle of the inspection object and introducing new components of neural networks. What As for the prototype, provided that there are no constraints in a year and three months, we plan to submit it, "Makarov said.
The institute, he said, is already receiving technical requirements from customers. "Those who are interested in acquiring are registered for early sales of the inspection complex, despite the fact that the final prototype has not yet been created. Customers understand that the main advantages that distinguish us from our competitors in the world are non-stop and covert inspection. Now it has not been implemented anywhere. Unless Israel has something similar, but the low resolution with which they work does not allow the use of neural networks for object recognition, "the source said.
Speaking about the element base, Makarov said that it is 85-90 percent domestic. “In the near future, domestic developers will be ready to present analogs of foreign components comparable in technical characteristics,” the deputy general director of RTI explained.
Regarding the effects of radiation on humans, Kirill Makarov noted that the complex is based on non-ionizing radiation. "Terahertz radiation is non-ionizing, it is safe for humans. There are corresponding emission standards, and our complex fits into these standards with a margin of five times. An emitter is being developed that will work over long distances and with less power," he said.
According to Makarov, while we are talking about a ten-meter corridor, which will accommodate three inspection zones. “Passing through these zones, a person will be completely remotely examined, and the neural network will be able to determine what it carries with itself and where it hides,” the agency’s interlocutor concluded.
Earlier in the RTI, it was reported that a sample of the inspection complex had already been created, demonstrating the fundamental functions and capabilities of the secret detection complex of dangerous objects (such as weapons) and prohibited substances.
Thanks to the use of two frequency ranges, the complex will determine with high resolution and distinguish between types of potentially dangerous objects using machine learning. The RTI noted that the properties of the waves make it possible to covertly place equipment behind the radiolucent walls of the corridors.
According to the developers, the applied technologies will be able to reliably determine the coordinates of potentially dangerous objects, their radio images under clothing, and identify prohibited substances. The company emphasized that the screening process using the technologies used is non-ionizing, in contrast to the X-ray screening systems currently in use.
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