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RaySecur says at least 10 times a day someone sends a suspicious package containing powder, liquid or some other kind of hazard.
The Boston, Mass.-based startup says its desktop-sized 3D real-time scanning technology, dubbed MailSecur, can intercept and detect threats in the mailroom before they ever make it onto the office floor.
CLEVELAND, October 29, 2019 — Winners of the R&D 100 Awards have been announced by R&D World magazine and its new parent company, WTWH Media, LLC.
“This awards program is so well recognized across the R&D community. Being named as one of the R&D 100 is an incredible honor,” said Paul J. Heney, Vice President, Editorial Director for R&D World.”
Jan 7, 2021
RaySecur, developer of MailSecur, today announced it is a finalist for the 2021 Prism Awards, honoring the best new optics and photonics products on the market.
Founded in 1955, SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, hosts the Prism Awards together with Photonics Media. Past Prism Award recipients include GE, Intel, Corning, Leica, Dolby, and Raytheon, among others. “It’s a real honor to be nominated for a 2021 Prism Award and testament to the breakthroughs RaySecur has achieved in making security imaging systems available to the mass market,” said RaySecur CEO Alexander Sappok, Ph.D.
Aug 21, 2020
With the politicization of mail-in votes this year, the likelihood of threats is greater than ever. RaySecur offered this briefing to Secretaries of State and National Association of State Election Directors (NASED) members in all 50 states plus territories.
“In the past people have returned mail-in ballots with white powder hoaxes in an attempt to discredit or disrupt the election,” said RaySecur CEO Alex Sappok, Ph.D. “With the level of passion around mail-in votes this year, those threats are even more likely. Given RaySecur’s expertise in mail security, we felt that it was critical that we help election officials prepare for how to detect and handle such threats.”
May 27, 2020
RaySecur, the leading provider of mail security scanners, announced today that many companies re-opening from coronavirus shutdowns are facing a major mail security challenge.
Feb 13, 2020
RaySecur Inc., developer of MailSecur™, the world’s first 3D desktop scanners for the safe detection of concealed and potentially dangerous mail items, today announced it has received Designated status by the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
Dec 5, 2019
RaySecur Inc., developer of the world’s first 3D desktop scanners for the safe detection of concealed and potentially dangerous items, today announced it has closed a $3M seed round.