The Under Vehicle Surveillance System (UVSS) is a new and innovative technology that allows for quick and efficient inspection of all areas under a vehicle, including the underside. The UVSS system was developed by [company name] to provide fast, accurate and efficient scanning of vehicles with minimal disruption to the customer.
The UVSS uses infrared technology to detect small obstacles on the road surface in front of vehicles. If they are too high or too low, they will be detected by the UVSS and trigger an alarm. The UVSS provides clear images of any obstacles detected, as well as their location. This information can be used by drivers to avoid accidents caused by hidden objects on the road.
Under Vehicle Surveillance System (UVSS) is a vehicle inspection system that uses infrared (IR) scanning to detect the presence of explosives, drugs, or other contraband. The UVSS consists of a camera and an infrared illuminator. The camera captures images of the vehicle's undercarriage while the illuminator directs IR light onto the surface of the vehicle. Any objects that absorb IR light are highlighted in black on the video output, which can then be analyzed by computer software to determine what kind of object is present.