By Andy Choi
Implant Sciences, a provider of advanced systems and sensors for the security, safety, and defense markets, will exhibit its Quantum Sniffer trace detection systems at the Counter Terror Expo in London.
The Quantum Sniffer QS-B220 benchtop explosives and narcotics trace detector, and the Quantum Sniffer QS-H150 handheld explosives trace detector willbe highlighted at the expo. The QS-H150 detector is a self-clearing and calibrating detector that does not utilize radioactive materials. It makes use of ion mobility spectrometry for identifying and detecting homemade, commercial and military explosives.
The QS-B220 benchtop trace detector also uses ion mobility spectrometry for detecting and identifying trace amounts of narcotic substances in addition to detecting different types of explosives, including homemade, commercial and military varieties. This detector features high operational availability and does not use radioactive materials.
Glenn D. Bolduc, President and CEO of Implant Sciences, stated that exhibiting the company’s detection products at the expo increases its presence in the global market for explosives trace detection products.
The Counter Terror Expo is a distinguished and an important event for people fighting international terrorism. The latest techniques and technology are demonstrated at the event, which attracts global experts in law enforcement, security services, armed forces and the government who discuss and define counter-terrorism measures.
The Counter Terror Expo is set to take place at the Olympia Exhibitions & Conference Centre in London, England on April 25-26, 2012. Guartel Technologies, a distributor of Implant Sciences, will be exhibiting the products at #D176.