Japan Narita Int'l selects Morpho CTX9800 explosives detection

Japan Narita Int'l selects Morpho CTX9800 explosives detection

Morpho (Safran), through its subsidiary Morpho Detection, announced the Narita International Airport Corporation in Japan has purchased 13 high-speed CTX 9800 DSi explosives detection systems (EDS) for hold baggage screening.

The latest evolution of Morpho's EDS family, CTX 9800 is US TSA-certified as high-speed, capable of screening more than 1,000 bags per hour. All 13 units will be integrated into Narita International Airport's baggage handling system beginning this year to replace legacy systems. This deployment will bring the total number of Morpho CTX EDS units in service at Narita International Airport to approximately 40.

"Morpho is thrilled that Narita International Airport has recognized the operational capabilities of CTX 9800 by selecting it to protect travelers," said Brad Buswell, President and CEO, Morpho Detection. "We are committed to helping airports of all sizes enhance the efficiency of their checked baggage screening programs. By reducing false alarms and time-intensive manual inspections of checked luggage, CTX 9800 is delivering on this commitment."

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