“There will be increased take-up of the technology in Europe over the next two years,” Zak Doffman, head of Digital Barriers
to detect dangerous, concealed items through many layers of clothing.
Manufacturers claim the scanner scores a 100 percent success rate at detecting threats.
RAL sold the technology to another firm Digital Barriers for less than a million pounds in 2012, and it is now thought to be used by a number of security agencies.
“The phones have rung hot in the past week,” he added.
Digital Barrier’s do not name their clients, but Doffman claimed, “ThruVision will become a mainstream technology in multiple places over the next three years.”
It is claimed that a number of arms firms, including BAE Systems, Qinitieq and Rolls Royce have seen their share prices bounce since the November 13 Paris attacks.