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Guardian Technologies International (Herndon, Virginia), a provider of security and healthcare solutions based on "Intelligent Imaging Informatics" (3i), said that it has signed a contract with Logos Imaging (Richmond, Indiana) for 10 licenses of Guardian's threat assessment software technology for portable bomb detection scanners, brand-named PinPoint nSight.

Logos distributes portable X-ray scanner equipment used for explosive ordinance disposal and improvised explosive device disposal. Logos says it has an installed base of hundreds of scanners serving state, local and military bomb squads.

Logos said that the PinPoint nSight licenses are expected to provide it with an imaging-analysis technology that advances the existing capabilities of Logos' portable digital imaging scanners.

The licenses are targeted for multiple Logos' customers in the EOD/IEDD field. This domain has an embedded global base of more than 15,000 portable X-ray systems and includes civil and military customers in the U.S. and internationally.