CLT3 Announces Alliance with Decision Sciences

Secretary Tom Ridge,  Cheryl Tyler, Godfrey Smith (HPH), Minister Michael Darville, Jay Cohen

Secretary Tom Ridge, Cheryl Tyler, Godfrey Smith (HPH), Minister Michael Darville, Jay Cohen

CLT3 Security Consulting is pleased to announce the formation of strategic alliance with Decision Sciences International Corporation (DSIC). CLT3 recently participated in the unveiling of DSIC’s newest security technology, the Multi-Mode Passive Detection Systems (MMPDS) at the Freeport Container Port in Freeport, Bahamas. Testing of MMPDS was conducted by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Domestic Nuclear Detection Office (DNDO) under a contract awarded to DSIC to assess system readiness and effectiveness for the passive detection of unshielded to heavily shielded radiological and nuclear materials.

MMPDS for Cargo Scanning is a revolutionary passive detection system for safe, effective, accurate and automated detection of shielded and unshielded radiological, nuclear, explosive and other contraband threats. The Product Suite is capable of scanning all types of vehicles, rail cars and ship containers and takes 45 seconds, on average, to clear a typical 40-foot shipping container when no threat is present. It offers the ability to protect any port against even heavily shielded threats—without impeding the flow of commerce and without creating harmful radiation. The technology is also being used at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear complex in Japan to assist with the cleanup of nuclear waste.

“Seeing this equipment in operation gave me a clear understanding of the use and need for such advanced security technology and how it can help with the services CLT3 offers present and future clients,” said CLT3 CEO, Cheryl Tyler.