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CEIA USA Sets The Standard For Metal Detection With Event Security Systems

PROVIDES SIMPLE, FAST AND EFFECTIVE SECURITY CHECKPOINTS TO IMPROVE FAN SAFETY AND GAME-DAY EXPERIENCE

TWINSBURG, Ohio, Feb. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Security planning for major events continues as a balancing act between meeting the challenges of evolving threats while providing minimal impact for a positive and fan-friendly experience. For professional sporting events, metal detectors are becoming an integral component of game-day security enhancements.

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A recent report from The National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security (NCS4) shows how CEIA metal detectors improve fan experience while maintaining consistent and reliable people screening (https://www.ncs4.com/sites/default/files/CEIA%20NCS4%20Lab%20Report.pdf).  

Critical success factors include moving patrons through the security checkpoint as quickly as possible while providing the highest and most accurate level of threat object detection. Consistent screening levels across all checkpoints is important for meeting security standards while the ease of using metal detectors serves to minimize security personnel training and product support. 

CEIA understands the challenges of screening a large number of people in a limited amount of time with maximum results. CEIA has been doing so for nearly 50 years. CEIA Event Security Systems combine superior performance with faster screening capabilities to move fans quickly and easily through the security checkpoint. These industry-leading walk-through and hand-held detectors are easy to use and provide outstanding reliability for stadium security personnel. To enhance security operations and positively impact the fan experience, turn to CEIA USA for simple, fast and highly effective screening solutions.

Key features of CEIA Event Security Metal Detection Systems include:

  • Ease of Installation and Setup
  • Ease and Speed of System Use with Limited Screener Training Required
  • Better Fan Experience – Faster, More Accurate and Less Intrusive than Hand-Held Screening Alone
  • Consistent Screening Across All Checkpoints
  • Extended and Continuous Operation Time
  • Weather-Resistance for Outdoor Operation

Availability
CEIA Event Security Systems are available now. For more information, visit www.ceia-usa.com   

About CEIA USA
CEIA is a world leading manufacturing company specialized in the design, engineering and production of Metal Detectors and Electromagnetic Inspection Devices.  CEIA USA offers a broad range of metal detection and security screening solutions, including:  Walk-Through, Hand-Held, Ground Search and Industrial Metal Detectors, Bottled Liquid Scanners, and Non-Metallic Cargo Inspection Systems. CEIA USA provides nationwide sales, service and customer support to public (federal, state and local governments) and private sector customers in North America. Dynamic solutions and exceptional service are the foundation of CEIA USA's commitment to customer satisfaction. ISO 9001 Certified, GSA Contract Holder and DHS SAFETY Act Certified. For more information, visit www.ceia-usa.com.

About The National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security
The University of Southern Mississippi's National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security is an outgrowth of a grant initiative funded by the Mississippi Office of Homeland Security and Mississippi Emergency Management Agency. Established in 2006, NCS4's vision is to become a valuable national resource center that demonstrates development of security infrastructure systems and processes that will model solutions supporting multiple sport venue environments. Learn more at www.ncs4.com.

SOURCE CEIA USA

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