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The Next Generation Z Portal® System

The only drive-through cargo and vehicle inspection system that uses multiple detection technologies to provide up to six views of scanned passenger vehicles, trucks, buses, and cargo, making it ideal for primary or secondary screening applications.

The next generation Z Portal system builds on the success of AS&E's proven Z Portal system, currently in operation at ports, borders, airports, and high-threat facilities worldwide. With over 100 systems sold to customers, the Z Portal system supports vital security and customs missions by assisting in countless seizures of drugs, contraband, weapons, and stowaways.

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The next generation Z Portal system incorporates AS&E's latest source and detector innovations in a more compact design, enabling improved image quality along with higher throughput, even in space-constrained locations.

Enhanced Detection Capability: Captures dual-energy transmission, Forwardscatter®, and signature Z Backscatter® images for up to six views, providing superior material discrimination and highlighting organic and metallic anomalies.  


Higher Throughput Screening: Allows for increased vehicle speeds of up to 20 kph (12.4 mph) and high-throughput screening of up to 400 passenger vehicles or 250 trucks per hour, without sacrificing image quality.


Compact Design: Fits into existing traffic lanes and easily integrates into diverse customer sites. A wide array of optional features and operating concepts allows for adaptation to each customer's workflow and security requirements.

Eliminates Civil Works: Simplifies installation and relocation with the innovative surface-mount design, which eliminates the need for extensive civil works construction.

Two configurations: Available in two sizes—one for large trucks, buses, and cargo vehicles and a smaller size for passenger vehicles

The system is safe for drivers, operators, scanned cargo, and the environment.