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Saab Signs Counter-IED Training Contract with British Army

Saab has signed a two year extension for the Collective Counter- Improvised Explosive Device Trainer (CCT) managed service from the UK Ministry of Defence. The order amounts to £11.1 million (app. 125 million kronor).

This extension will ensure that UK military personnel continue

to receive C-IED live training capabilities in the UK and abroad. By closely simulating IED events in training, individuals and groups can better react and detect the IED. This extension clearly demonstrates the confidence the UK MoD has in Saab in supporting this life saving training and evaluation.

Since November 2010 Saab has supported C-IED training for all UK personnel deploying on operations in Afghanistan. In addition Saab provides instrumented live simulation for UK MoD training exercises in Kenya, Canada and the UK mainland.

Smiths Detection has won a contract worth more than €100 million to supply all the main security scanning systems at the New Doha International Airport (NDIA) in Qatar. The prestigious order to equip one of the

world’s most advanced airports includes a range of automatic X-ray and trace detection systems to screen passengers, hand luggage and checked-in


ARINC Delivers Advance Passenger

Information Service to The Netherlands ARINC Incorporated has deployed its Advance Passenger Information System (APIS) messaging service to support message transmission to the Netherlands Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations. ARINC's EMEA Government & Security Division has installed the new APIS service, in full cooperation with the Identity Management & Immigration (IDMI) programme directorate to support its Innovation Border Management Programme (Vernieuwing Grensmanagement or VGM). The ARINC solution interfaces seamlessly with the existing IDMI border control system. “This APIS system based on our latest Advance Passenger Information eXchange (APIX) platform is a natural complement to the wider innovative border control solutions already deployed in the Netherlands”, stated Ray Batt, ARINC Director, Government & Security. “We strongly believe that the future will demand a continuous increase in the integration of intelligence led border control systems.”

Smiths Detection Wins €100m Doha Airport Order

bags for explosives, weapons and contraband. It is the biggest single-airport contract Smiths Detection has ever won.

The equipment to be supplied to NDIA includes HI-SCAN 10080 EDX-2is, HI-SCAN 130100T, HI-SCAN 7555aTix including iLane Systems and the 500DT trace detectors. Deliveries are already under way.

IDO Security Completes Initial Order of MagShoe™ to Nigeria and Azerbaijan

IDO Security Inc., developer of the innovative MagShoe™ shoe scanning device (SSD), has completed supplying the initial order of the MagShoe™ 3G units after winning a tender offer issued by Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria,. The tender was won together with the company’s local partner in Nigeria, Security World (NIG) Ltd, for the procurement and installation of multiple MagShoe units at some of the country’s airports. IDO Security has also completed the sale and supply of MagShoe for installation in Baku Heydar Aliyev International Airport and other commercial airports throughout Azerbaijan by the Aviation Security Department of the Azerbaijan Airport Authority. This is the Company’s largest order year to date, a follow on from the installation of the M100 series of the MagShoe in 2004 in Azerbaijan, which are still being used today. Security official of Baku Heydar Aliyev International Airport, Mr. Alim Kasimov commented, “We have been using the MagShoe for several years now and it has become an important part of the security procedure. The MagShoe is very helpful speeding up the screening process as passengers do not need to take off their shoes. With the new generation MagShoe models available, we will now have MagShoes installed at all gates of the airport and the new terminal.”

Arkia & Israir to Ditch ATR Aircraft Due to Incompatibility with C-MUSIC

The Israeli Civil Aviation Authority has decided that all Israeli aircraft must be equipped with C-MUSIC anti-missile technology. The laser- based solution, designed and developed by Elbit Systems, is already being rolled-out, with a number of aircraft being fitted with the system this spring and summer. El Al Israel Airlines is actually performing the installations, both on its own fleet and on aircraft belonging to Arkia and Israir. However, the solution cannot be fitted to ATR aircraft. As a result both Arkia and Israir are being forced to sell such models, which form a large part of their fleets and are used as the aircraft-of-choice on the Tel Aviv-Eilat domestic route.

Malaysian Customs Adopts ThruVision TS4 Royal Malaysian Customs

Royal Malaysian Customs has acquired ThruVision Systems’ TS4 passive TeraHertz detection systems to detect contraband at Malaysia’s borders.

ordered ThruVision’s TS4 Mobile Solution which integrates the TS4 into a manoeuvrable case with a battery pack and operator

AOptix and SITA to Deliver Automated Biometric Identity Solutions

AOptix Technologies, Inc. has announced that SITA has become an AOptix Value Added Reseller (VAR) partner. Leveraging the AOptix InSight® iris recognition and face biometric technology, SITA will be working with airport, airline and government customers to deploy automated solutions that deliver, fast, accurate and effortless identity screening to expedite passenger flows at airports and borders.

I-SEC Japan Expands into Fukuoka

I-SEC has been awarded a new contract with a major American airline due to start operations at Fukuoka Airport, Japan.

laptop. The TS4 Mobile Solution enables customs authorities to easily position the case at a specific gate/location and immediately begin screening for

Smiths Detection Supplies Advanced Scanners to Malaysia

Smiths Detection has won contracts to supply advanced X-ray screening systems and explosives trace detectors to two major airports in Malaysia. Penang International Airport and Kuala Lumpur International Airport Low Cost Carrier Terminal 2 (KLIA2) will be equipped with HI-SCAN detectors that can detect explosives automatically and IONSCAN table-top devices that can identify both explosives and narcotics. They will be delivered within the next year.

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contraband. In country support to Royal Malaysian Customs is provided by ThruVision Systems’ local partner, Nusa Seribumi SDN BHD.

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