NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., May 11 (UPI) -- California-based TiaLinx Inc. announced the release of its new handheld, ultra-wideband radio-frequency threat-detection technology.
TiaLinx announced the launch of its Eagle60 scanner system. Developed with support from an Army Small Business Innovation Research award and other Army funding, TiaLinx said its Eagle60 is a next-generation scanning technology capable of detecting unexploded ordnance behind walls and other hidden locations in combat environments.
"The Army's awards have enabled development of the advanced Eagle60 system to further enhance the resolution of detected objects compared to the current generation of Eagle products," Fred Mohamadi, TiaLinx founder and chief executive, said in a statement.
"TiaLinx's highly integrated Eagle60 system is capable of detecting objects with a fraction-of-centimeter resolution. The Eagle60 system has also been used to demonstrate the real-time imaging of live-object movement behind a wall."