Implant Sciences declared that it will showcase its QS-H150 handheld explosives trace detector and Quantum Sniffer QS-B220 desktop explosives and drugs trace detector, during the 7th GPEC General Police Equipment Exhibition and Conference, which will take place from September 11-13, 2012, at the Trade Fair Center in Leipzig, Germany. The Company's German distributor D-TeC System Consulting will demonstrate the equipment at the show.
GPEC General Police Equipment Exhibition & Conference is one of the renowned closed specialized trade fairs in Europe, specially hosted for members of authorities. The event highlights safety technology, equipment, special technologies, and dedicated services for authorities such as customs and financial bodies, police, special forces, border guards, prisons, infantry, military police, and gendarmerie. GPEC is extended to procurement officers, executives, technicians, instructors, and end users regionally, nationally as well as internationally. It also welcomes members of parliament in charge of security tasks or budget matters.
According to Implant Sciences' VP of Global Sales and Marketing, Dr. Darryl Jones, demonstrating the company’s products during this major police event establishes the company’s international presence in explosives and drugs trace detection. The company is highly supported by its distributors like D-TeC System Consulting.
D-TeC System Consulting offers a variety of products such as software solutions for HR applications, access management, and loss and fraud prevention projects, in addition to providing explosives and drug detection. D-TeC also extends consultancy support for seaport and airport-based applications along with well-established risk and crisis management companies and the industry’s holistic security concepts.