RaySecur T-Suite image processing suite for MailSecur scanners.


Las Vegas, Nevada, March 17, 2022 — RaySecur™, a security imaging company with the world’s first DHS Safety Act-designated T-ray desktop scanner for mail and package threat detection, has launched its T-SuiteMT Image processing suite for MailSecur® scanners. The software platform upgrade provides customers with a more dynamic and accurate real-time 4D imaging experience. RaySecur will be showcasing the new features at ISC West (International Security Conference & Exposition) March 22-25, Booth #21125, Venetian Expo in Las Vegas.

The T-Suite update produces higher frame rates that improve image realism and sharpen object edges for better detection. The new SecurToneMT The color palette enhances object contrast to deliver twice the sensitivity, improving object penetration and threat recognition.

“Our teams are constantly working to improve image resolution and enhance mail and package threat detection so our customers can detect even the smallest threats quickly, avoiding costly downtime and remediation,” said Alex Sappok. , Ph.D., CEO of RaySecur. “Our scanners are already the best and most scalable option for detecting traces of white powders and liquids, which make up the majority of email threats, and now the T-Suite software platform makes that even better.”

MailSecur will also be featured in the Johnson Controls (NYSE: JCI) Security Product Innovation Room (Lido 3004) as part of their C•CURE integrated security management platform. Integration with Johnson Controls security solutions means that scan results can now automatically trigger configurable responses in building systems to help mitigate incidents – for example, building lockout or evacuation and communications with the building’s HVAC system to prevent the potential spread of contaminants or smoke.

RaySecur executives will also host two ISC West training sessions on email security threats:

High-Risk Facilities and Logistics: Mitigating risks from historically considered benign threat vectors“, March 23 at 1:00 p.m.: RaySecur CSO Will Plummer will review the most common threats faced by high-risk, high-net-worth, and high-risk individuals or facilities and offer practical solutions from an enterprise risk management perspective .

the MailSecur + C•CURE The integration is also featured as a candidate for an Emerging Technology Product Award. This integrated solution combines MailSecur’s innovative T-ray imaging technology – enabling the detection of all nine DHS-designated threat types – with the expertise of Johnson Controls as the world leader in smart, healthy and sustainable buildings. These advanced features give security managers the proactive means to better protect their businesses from operational disruptions while protecting their employees from potentially dangerous mail sends and deliveries.

To schedule a demo of MailSecur, email Amy Carey at [email protected] For general information about RaySecur and its innovative MailSecur scanners, visit: www.RaySecur.com.

About RaySecur

RaySecur is a security imaging company revolutionizing the scanning of mail and packages. The MailSecur® product line is the world’s first DHS Safety Act designated T-ray scanner, providing real-time 4D imaging, in an all-in-one desktop email security solution. T-ray technology is safe, requires no license or permit, and detects all nine types of postal threats identified by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) – unlike X-rays which use harmful radiation and only detect three of the nine threats listed by DHS. threats. MailSecur is supported by EODSecurMT service, providing 24×365 on-call threat response by military professionals trained in Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD), in addition to supporting end-user training and standard operating procedures. For more information, visit www.RaySecur.com or find us on LinkedIn or Twitter.

MailSecur is a registered trademark and RaySecur, EODSecur, SecurTone, MailSecur Connect, 4D-AI and T-Suite are trademarks of RaySecur Inc. in the United States. All other brand names, product names or trademarks belong to their respective owners.


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