OSI Systems [OSIS] on Monday said that Mexico’s defense ministry has awarded the company a $600 million contract to provide various non-intrusive inspection (NII) systems and a related integration platform to scan cargo and vehicles at the country’s northern and southern borders.

OSI System will supply its Eagle high- and low-energy cargo inspection portals, the Carview vehicle inspection system, and the Certscan multi-site integration platform that integrates the various NII systems to improve inspection operations.

The NII systems will be deployed at several Mexican customs border checkpoints at the northern and southern borders to inspect trucks, buses and cars.

OSI Systems said the contract also includes related services and it also expects to support the civil works, training and follow-on maintenance. The award is subject to finalization and execution of definitive agreements, OSI said. The award value includes a 16 percent value added tax.

OSI Systems is one of several contractor providing new multi-energy and low-energy portals to U.S. Customs and Border Protection to scan commercially-occupied and passenger-occupied vehicles as they enter the U.S. from Mexico. These NII systems scan vehicles while the occupants remain inside.