Morpho Detection Inc.

Morpho Detection Inc.

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Morpho Detection, Inc. ("MDI") is a subsidiary of SAFRAN Group and the General Electric Company ("GE").

In 2009, SAFRAN Group acquired an 81% controlling interest in GE Homeland Protection, Inc. Following the closing of the SAFRAN SA, Inc., and General Electric Company transaction on September 4, 2009, GE Homeland Protection, Inc. became Morpho Detection, Inc.

In October, 2002, GE acquired Ion Track, Inc., a market leader in the production of explosives and narcotics detection equipment, thereafter the company assumed the name GE Ion Track, Inc.

In 2004, GE acquired InVision, a market leader in the production of computed Tomography (CT) based explosives detection equipment; thereafter the company assumed the name GE InVision, Inc.

In 2006, GE merged GE Ion Track, Inc. and GE InVision, Inc., into one company known as GE Homeland Protection, Inc.

With manufacturing, research and development, sales and service facilities located across the globe, MDI is one of the few truly global manufacturers of detection technology for the security industry.

MDI, along with its partnership with GE's Global Research Centers and strong development collaboration with GE Healthcare, is a supplier who brings with it a company that has over 100 years of experience in supplying and developing complex, technical solutions and is a leader in the security industry.

 

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Multi-Mode Biometric Readers from Morpho

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Integrate multimodal finger vein and fingerprint biometric technology into one device with the MorphoAccess VP Series, a range of physical access control readers from Morpho (Safran group). PoE (Power over Ethernet) and Wi-Fi capable and suitable for authentication or identification, the readers have received FBI PIV-IQS and IP 65 certifications.

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CTX 9800 DSi explosives detection system (EDS)

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Morpho Detection Inc.’s CTX 9800 DSi explosives detection system (EDS) has been certified by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) in a high-speed configuration that processes in excess of 40 percent more bags than its fastest previously-certified system while continuing to provide high-resolution 3D imaging with the innovative data acquisition system. The system offers operators the possibility of reduced operational costs through simplification of baggage handling infrastructure, reduced maintenance requirements and fewer manual alarm resolutions, while speeding more cleared bags to aircraft faster.

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XRD 3500 X-ray Diffraction-based explosives detection system (EDS)

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Morpho Detection Inc.'s XRD 3500 X-ray Diffraction-based explosives detection system (EDS) can accurately distinguish explosives from non-threat materials in luggage without the need to open the bag or remove its contents. The unit's low false alarm rate results in a simplified inspection process. The technology identifies materials based on their molecular composition, not densities or other less distinctive characteristics. As a result, the unit can identify potentially threatening substances in many forms, including powders, solids and liquids. The device recently passed testing to meet European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC) Standard 3 technical specifications, the requirement for complying with the European Union's Standard 3 for hold baggage screening.

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Hardened MobileTrace

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The Hardened MobileTrace handheld trace detection system from Morpho Detection Inc., a business of Safran group's Sagem Sécurité division, can detect and identify chemical warfare agents and toxic industrial chemicals that can be weaponized. Engineered to meet the U.S. Department of Defense's MIL-STD-810-G standard for temperature, dust, impact and humidity, the unit is designed for quick, accurate detection in the most challenging environments. The product incorporates the supplier's patented ITMS (Ion Trap Mobility Spectrometer), or trace, technology into a highly portable device.

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