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Implant Sciences Awarded $6 Million Indian Contract for Its Quantum Sniffer™
Implant Sciences Corporation has announced a contract totalling approximately $6 million for its Quantum Sniffer™
QS-H150 Portable Explosives Detectors and associated support. The contract was awarded by the Government
of India, for use by the Ministry of Defence (MoD) in Force Protection and Public Safety
applications throughout the country.
Jeff Tehan, Implant Sciences’ Vice President of Marketing and Sales, added,
“Implant Sciences is the sole contract awardee after an arduous competitive
evaluation that started over 24 months ago. We are extremely proud of this, the
validation it represents, and the follow-on opportunities it creates. To best support
this contract and others in India and South Asia, Implant Sciences has partnered with
LNG Security Services of Delhi, who will provide warranty and post-warranty technical
support, as well as operator and administrator training.”
The QS-H150 offers compelling technical, operational, and competitive advantages. Among
the most significant are non-contact sample collection, non-radioactive ionisation, simultaneous detection and identification of explosives
particulate and vapour, continuous self-calibration, and ultra-fast clear down (cycle time). The substance library of the QS-H150 is the broadest in the
industry and includes not only standard military and commercial explosives, but also a wide variety of improvised and homemade explosives (IEDs
and HMEs). The library is also easily expanded as new threats emerge. These advantages offer an extremely versatile solution, and can be rapidly
deployed to greatly increase the number of items screened, effectively becoming a force multiplier.
New Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport Takes Delivery of Quantum’s BagScan BRS
Quantum Aviation Solutions has completed its first BagScan installation in India at New Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA). BagScan was
implemented to provide a common-use baggage tracking and reconciliation system (BTRS) to the community at the airport’s newly developed domestic
Terminal 1D (T1D). The use of BagScan at a domestic terminal demonstrates the airport’s commitment to passenger security and customer service.
Quantum’s BagScan delivers baggage reconciliation, management and tracking functionality to airlines at IGIA including IndiGo, Jet Airways, JetLite,
Kingfisher Airlines and SpiceJet.
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