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Cargo screening system for Taiwan Airport police

American Science And Engineering Inc : 03 April, 2014  (Application Story)
Taiwan Aviation police will fight contraband and organic threats with the use of a new Z portal cargo screening x-ray system
Cargo screening system for Taiwan Airport police

American Science and Engineering has announced the receipt of an order for a Z Portal cargo screening system from Taiwan Aviation Police. By co-locating their new Z Portal system with their existing Sentry Portal, Taiwan Aviation Police will now have a more comprehensive air cargo screening system to better detect organic threats and other contraband in pallets and containers routed through Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport.

"As concealment techniques grow more sophisticated, detection capabilities must become more comprehensive," said Chuck Dougherty, AS&E's President and CEO. "We're leveraging our domain expertise to advise customers on the deployment of complementary technologies to provide unparalleled screening capabilities for threats and contraband. It's this ability to deliver more comprehensive security solutions that drives expansion opportunities in Asia and other targeted markets."

Taiwan Aviation Police's Gemini 100100 air cargo X-ray inspection system was recently instrumental in detecting 244 cartons of the anesthetic drug Ketamine, one of the largest narcotics seizures in the region in the past few years.

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