Implant Sciences’ explosive detection systems deployed at 160 airports in the past year

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Security system manufacturer Implant Sciences Corporation has announced that its QS-B220 desktop explosives and drugs trace detector has been deployed to more than 160 airports across the USA and Europe over the past 12 months.

Over 1,000 units were sold to airports in 14 European countries in the past year and Implant Sciences began shipping an order of 1,170 units by the US Transportation Security Administration in December 2015. The company also captured a 122-unit order from the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority in January 2016.

Dr. Darryl Jones, executive vice president, Implant Sciences, said, “The success Implant Sciences has achieved in the aviation security market is significant. Our company, long known for its cutting-edge technical solutions, is recognized and chosen by the leading procurers in aviation security operations around the world. In winning competitive bid after competitive bid, Implant Sciences’ QS-B220 is now the most widely deployed non-rad ETD in the world.

Robert Liscouski, president, Implant Sciences, said, “We have made great progress in aviation security and we have a number of other markets with noteworthy opportunities in view. We are proud of our tremendous accomplishments in the aviation security sector and look forward to continuing to execute on delivering mission-critical and life-saving technology to security operations and professionals.”

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