- People-screening technology provider Thruvision said it had won a contract from US customers and border protection for further units and associated support services worth $4.9m.

Of the total contract value, $4.3m was expected to be delivered in the 2021 financial year.

The contract, which the company said was in line with its expectations, was a follow-on order from a $3.0m made in 2019.

'This award reinforces Thruvision's international standing as a first choice provider of security technology which, in this era of Covid-19, eliminates the close-proximity physical searching, or 'patting-down', of individuals,' chief executive Colin Evans said.

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