People screening technology provider Thruvision said first-half losses more than doubled after it booked a loss on the sale of its video business.
Thruvision booked a pre-tax loss of £13.8m, compared to a £5.1m loss a year earlier.
"With the sale of the Video Business successfully behind us, I am pleased that the new, more focused group is starting to demonstrate good progress," chairman Tom Black said.
"Recent trading momentum has increased considerably relative to a few months ago and I remain confident that Thruvision is well placed to become a leader in the potentially large, international people-screening market."
At 8:21am: (LON:THRU) Thruvision Group Plc share price was 0p at 15.5p