Fort Myers, FL, June 16, 2023
ENSCO Inc. (ENSCO), a leading provider in Human Presence Detection Systems (HPDS) globally, will be attending the 2023 Corrections Technology Association (CTA) Summit in Fort Myer, FL from June 18-21. Attendees can visit booth 48 to learn about ENSCO’s MicroSearch® HPDS technology, capable of detecting humans hiding in vehicles or shipping containers loaded onto vehicles.
Utilizing Contactless Vehicle Sensors, MicroSearch is able to complete searches without touching or placing anything on the vehicle itself, drastically increasing safety for inspectors and improving the portability and flexibility of the system itself. MicroSearch is now available on the General Services Administration (GSA) schedule, making it easier for governmentwide contracts that provide federal, state, and local government buyers to access its capabilities at a pre-negotiated price.
“ENSCO is excited to showcase our MicroSearch Human Presence Detection Technology to the Corrections Technology industry,” said Jeff Stevens, President of ENSCO. “We’re proud our advanced screening capabilities can positively impact the safety of inspectors in the field while delivering trustworthy results.”
ENSCO, Inc., and its wholly owned subsidiaries, represent a multimillion-dollar international technology enterprise with over 700+ employees headquartered in the Washington, D.C., area. For more than 50 years, ENSCO has been providing leading-edge engineering, science and advanced technology solutions to governments and private industries worldwide. ENSCO operates in the aerospace, national security, and surface transportation sectors. ENSCO serves customers in cutting-edge, mission-critical environments where safety, security, reliability, and resilience are of paramount importance. ENSCO field offices and subsidiaries, representatives and partnerships are located throughout the United States and around the world. Learn more about ENSCO.
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The Corrections Technology Association (CTA) holds an annual four-day technology summit bringing together members of Corrections Agencies to discuss best practices, present lessons learned, and showcase advancements in technology and services. Learn more about the CTA Summit.