explosive trace detection


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a system for screening luggage in airports

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9 Russian Explosive Trace Detection Market Forecast 2013-2023 ($m, AGR %, CAGR %)
Total quantity or scope: Supply contract for the supply, installation - commissioning, training / education, maintenance for equipment for detecting traces of explosives - Explosive Trace Detection (ETD) Systems in accordance with the minimum requirements obigatorii provided in the specification within this documentation award.
The company's explosive trace detection products have received approvals and certifications from several international regulatory agencies, including the TSA in the U.
1 Explosive Detection Systems and Explosive Trace Detection Systems Submarket 3.
TSA deployed Explosive Detection Systems and Explosive Trace Detection equipment to all airports to screen checked baggage.
2 million baggage X-ray behemoth, or explosive trace detection machines, at $40,000 each.
Even the computer assisted passenger pre-screening system (CAPPS) that was designed to alert security personnel to individuals who should undergo secondary screening, the screening for which trace explosive detection systems and other technologies were developed, was only a voluntary program, leaving many explosive detection systems (EDS) and explosive trace detection (ETD) instruments sitting unused in airport terminals.
Glenn Bolduc, CEO of Implant Sciences, said, "We are pleased to have this extension, which enables us to continue to focus our efforts on developing and marketing explosive trace detection products to meet the current and emerging threats around the world.
Provision of 8 devices explosive trace detection (ETD) with all accessories and related supplies, installation, commissioning, training 416 000 EUR
28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Marking a major milestone for the Company, Implant Sciences Corporation(OTCQB: IMSC), a high technology supplier of systems and sensors for homeland security and defense markets, announced today that its QS-B220 desktop explosives trace detector has successfully completed the certification process for the United States Transportation Security Administration's(TSA) Explosive Trace Detection (ETD) qualification requirements for aviation checkpoint and checked baggage screening.
The following passengers will be required to submit to a body scan: those who have requested a private search prior to or after passing through the walk-through metal detectors; those who have been referred for a private search following an unresolved metal detection alarm or if security officers believe further investigation is necessary following the hand search process; if explosive trace detection equipment causes an alarm to sound or if vapour detection equipment causes an alarm; or any passenger selected at random.
This Award is presented in recognition of the company's innovative explosive trace detection technology and its efforts in the research, as well as the strategic commercialisation of its novel portable Explosive Trace Detector (ETD).
The acquisition of 39 x-ray machines, 69 walk-through metal detectors and explosive trace detection equipment follows almost 12 months of intensive planning and negotiations with international suppliers.
The FAA continues to build up security measures in US airports, and at the end of 1998, nearly all of the 74 purchased certified explosive detection systems are expected to have been installed at US airports, as well as 327 explosive trace detection devices.
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