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Hyden X is an aviation X-ray Screening Platform that can be used for the training of X-ray screeners in X-Ray Image Analysis to successfully detect threats, contraband, and other illegal and harmful items hidden in baggage, box parcels, and other transport devices.

The system itself is stored and runs from an external USB memory or Online and makes use of an internet browser for the interface.

ABOUT Hyden X

Hyden X uses X-ray simulation as a training method to demonstrate and evaluate how the user or student would analyze X-ray images. The training consists of an annually updated database of X-ray images showing high-threat to no-threat parcels for users or students to then analyze. As part of the class, the student will be exposed to these X-ray images and will have to analyze each image to determine if it contains any threats. Applying this software or CBT solution within your business will optimize security checkpoints and establish more confidence in your security staff.

Hyden X uses an algorithm to randomly select 6 Non-Threat, 7 Possible, and 7 Obvious Threat images from the database. These 20 images are then placed in random order for the practice and exam sessions. This allows for a different combination of images to occur in each session and also eliminates the possibility of the same image appearing more than once in a particular session. here are some of the aspects that Hyden X would cover in a single session:

Threat Images

Images of various X-ray scans that have obvious threats and/or objects hidden within the luggage such as ammunition, firearms, knives, scissors, aerosol cans etc.

Article Orientations

X-rays of threats placed in different orientations, this will help the user or student grow familliar with different object orientations, and identify threats easyer.

Threat Components

X-rays showing deconstructed objects that pose a threat, such as firearm parts, IIDs, detonator components etc. Ensuring that the user ready for any scenario.

Technical Specifications

Basic X-Ray Image Interpretation

Hyden XP offers extensive study into interpreting various aspects of identifying hazardous articles through the analysis of article orientation, colours coding etc.

Color
Differences

The training goes into depth with regards to colour coding of objects that might prove a threat and articles that don't. Helping users identify these articles faster and easyer.

Simulation
within Hyden X

Hyden XP uses a database of preloaded and constanlty updated X-ray images that would simulate different articles that contains threats such as guns, knives, and components.

Hyden X is an X-ray screening program (CBT) that could be used for the training of X- ray screening operators in aviation, harbors, border posts, casinos, and places where X-ray machines are deployed. The system itself is stored and runs from an external USB memory stick and makes use of an internet browser for the interface.

The system runs from a standalone USB memory stick that needs to be connected to the computer at all times for the system to work. If the memory stick is removed from the hosting computer then all other computers in the network connected to the system won’t be able to save any work done.

Hardware requirements:

  • Entry level desktop or notebook computer (Intel Celeron with 4GB of Memory)
  • Network capability in the form of Ethernet port or a wireless network card
  • USB ports on the computer for connection to the system memory stick
  • 1GB free hard drive space for temporary storage of reports and certificates

 

Software requirements:

  • Windows 7, 8 or 10 operating system
  • Internet browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred)
  • Adobe reader for viewing certificates and reports
  • Adobe flash player

Training Overview

Any airport x-ray image, or security x-ray images, are not as hard to interpret as one might think.  Many people have caught a glimpse of the images when passing through security, and though it might look like chaos. It does take a lot of training to interpret these pictures accurately, and it takes even more training to be able to do it as fast as the security personnel at airports do it. Here you you will have a short look at what the Hyden X CBT would encompass. The core elements covered by Hyden X is:

Basic X-Ray Image Interpretation

Hyden X offers extensive study into interpreting various aspects of identifying hazardous articles through the analysis of article orientation, colours coding etc.

Color
Differences

The training goes into depth with regards to colour coding of objects that might prove a threat and articles that don't. Helping users identify these articles faster and easyer.

Simulation
within Hyden X

Hyden X uses a database of preloaded and constanlty updated X-ray images that would simulate different articles that contains threats such as guns, knives, and components.

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