To elaborate a preliminary design of the cabin and components.

To design and implement an AI able to detect concealed items under clothes based on the information collected by the sensors.

To define and identify the threats and items to be detected.

To create a positive database.

To elaborate a model that improves the understanding of the technology and facilitates the design and improvement of the prototypes.

To train the AI algorithms to identify items and perform correct discrimination of threats.

To validate the models with practical measurements.

To evaluate the general performance of the prototype.

To precise the requirement and specifications of the sensors and subsystems.

To perform minor improvements in the prototype.

To manufacture the designed subsystems.

To perform test in relevant environment prior to install the prototypes at the end user’s facilities

To manufacture the cabins and integrate the subsystems.

To demonstrate the operational capabilities of the prototype at different real scenarios.

End Users will be in charge of operating the prototypes and will integrate them in their security procedures.

The use of MELCHIOR technology will not substitute in any case the use of any other existing security procedure until the prototype has been validated and therefore it will not decrease the security of the border in any case.

It will also provide a very trustable way of checking the effectivity of prototypes.