11/25/2013 - The BearCat EOD BombCat armored response vehicle from Lenco Industries, Inc., of Pittsfield, Massachusetts, is designed for explosive ordnance disposal and improvised explosive device disposal teams.
09/27/2012 - CINTEC North America of Baltimore, Maryland, offers the Waterwall System to protect people and infrastructure. The Suspicious Object Isolator sequesters potentially explosive devices that may be found in an airport or other public place.
10/20/2011 - The RadSeeker is a new hand-held radiation detector from Smiths Detection of Danbury, Connecticut. The compact unit can identify radiological and nuclear threats for applications including search operations, border vehicle screening, and cargo security.
07/21/2011 - Morpho Detection, Inc., of Newark, California, announced that its CTX 9800 DSi explosives detection system has been certified by the Transportation Security Administration in a high-speed configuration that processes 40 percent more bags than its previously certified system. It provides high-resolution imaging using the Clarity data acquisition system.
05/28/2010 - Brijot Imaging Systems, Inc., of Lake Mary, Florida, has introduced a passenger-screening device that uses passive millimeter wave technology to detect metallic and nonmetallic items concealed in a person’s clothing.
03/30/2010 - Link Microtek Ltd. of Basingstoke, United Kingdom, has introduced a new liquid-identification system. The EMILI 1+ uses microwave sensing to instantly identify whether the contents of a bottle are inflammable, corrosive, explosive, or harmless.