Morpho detection wins contract for Munich International

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Security firm Morpho Detection has been awarded a contract by the District Government of Upper Bavaria for the deployment of its high-speed CTX 9800 DSi explosives detection system (EDS) at Munich International Airport.

Once deployed, the CTX 9800 will be used to screen all passenger checked baggage – referred to as Level 1 screening – for select high-risk flights. In addition, CTX 9800 will be used to help Munich Airport prepare for a full transition to Standard 3 explosives screening capabilities in accordance with approaching European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC) mandates.

A leader in the field of computed tomography (CT) and X-ray Diffraction (XRD) Standard 3 EDS, Morpho has supplied Munich and other airports in Germany with XRD-based EDS developed in Hamburg for more than 10 years.

Karen Bomba, president & CEO for Morpho Detection, said, “Morpho is thrilled to continue working with Munich Airport and local aviation security authorities to integrate advanced hold baggage screening capabilities through the deployment of the first CTX EDS in Germany. By reducing false alarms and time-intensive manual inspections of checked luggage, CTX 9800 is delivering on Morpho’s commitment to help airports prepare for approaching regulatory mandates and security challenges.”

In addition to meeting EU Standard 3 requirements, the highest standard set by ECAC, CTX 9800 is certified by the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC).

Picture: Copyright of 2015 Morpho Detection, LLC. All rights reserved.

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