MS Tech Launches the MULTISCAN GEN3


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MS Tech Ltd., a global developer, manufacturer and innovator of nanotechnology, IoT and big-data sensors has announced that its homeland security and defence division, has expanded its capabilities by launching the MULTISCAN GEN3 – the company’s third generation of non-radioactive explosives and narcotics trace detector designed for mobile screening. 

MULTISCAN GEN3 takes the detection and identification of trace explosives and narcotics for police, law enforcement, first responders, EOD units, aviation and air cargo screening to a new level by providing fast and accurate results in less than ten seconds. The samples can be taken from people, objects and materials in any location and the optional GPS, IOT, big-data and cloud connectivity capabilities facilitate easy evidence collection, allowing the operator to immediately report, record and store data when explosives or narcotics are detected.

MULTISCAN GEN3 is the result of more than three years of intensive research and development activities funded by the BIRD Foundation in collaboration with the US Department of Homeland Security, the Israel Ministry of Public Security and in collaboration with TEKWAVE Solutions LLC. from Atlanta, USA.

“Once again, we have raised the bar and we set cutting edge standards in the industry. We are proud to deliver a solution that the market has been requesting for so long and it only seemed fair to answer the call and present the MULTISCAN GEN3. Our R&D activities are still ongoing with continuous investments in chemistry, nanotechnology, machine learning algorithms and testing activities” said MS Tech CEO, Doron Shalom.

“Moreover, we are working closely with governments and security agencies on a range of testing and certification activities to have the MULTISCAN GEN3 adopted by their field users. In fact, the MULTISCAN GEN3 is now already field deployed and the operators benefit from its range of capabilities and innovation,” Shalom adds.

The US Administration has expressed its concerns over the use of life-threatening substances such as Fentanyl, declaring the opioid epidemic a public health emergency in 2017 and ever since. In fact, that year more than 60,000 people died only in the US because of such synthetic opioids.

“We are committed to fight these statistics with the help of the MULTISCAN GEN3 as a solution that will provide explosives and narcotics trace experts and law enforcement with the ability to detect such substances in less than ten seconds and in the field, saving valuable time when it comes to protecting those who protect us,” said Mr. Shalom.

Between 11 October and 13 October 2021, MULTISCAN GEN3 will be officially unveiled at the AUSA 2021 Annual Meeting and Exposition hosted by the Association of the United States Army in Washington DC “We are inviting and welcoming our customers, business partners and interested parties to visit us at AUSA 2021 and look forward for fruitful discussions and technical demonstrations,” Shalom, adds.

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MS Tech’s flagship products are the, EXPLOSCAN, DUOSCAN, LIQUISCAN and now the MULTISCAN:

The EXPLOSCAN and DUOSCAN are explosive and narcotics trace and vapours detectors and the LIQUISCAN is a liquid explosives detector that use the innovative High-Frequency Quartz Crystal Microbalance “HF-QCM” nanotechnology sensors developed, manufactured and patented by MS Tech Ltd. The products feature an innovative design with self-calibrating and self-cleaning capabilities, with the highest levels of sensitivity and operational availability. The HF-QCM nanotechnology sensors are non-radioactive, providing a completely green and safe working environment.

The EXPLOSCAN, DUOSCAN, LIQUISCAN and now MULTISCAN, are ideal for aviation and transportation security, high-threat facilities and infrastructures, military, customs and border control, mail inspection and cargo screening markets. The systems are operational proven in a wide spectrum of temperatures and withstand even the harshest environmental conditions including, dust and humidity.

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