Implant Sciences Corp. (PINK:IMSC) reported Monday that its explosives and narcotics trace detectors will be exhibited at the Counter Terror Expo in London.
The event, which is scheduled for April 25 and 26, is located at the Grand Hall of the Olympia Exhibitions & Conference Centre.
Implant's distributor Guartel Technologies will feature the company's Quantum Sniffer QS-H150 and Quantum Sniffer QS-B220 at stand No. D176, Implant said in a statement.
The Counter Terror Expo showcases the latest technology and techniques available to professionals in this important arena.
In a statement, chief executive Glenn D. Bolduc said having its products showcased at this event builds the company's international presence in explosives trace detection.
"Our network of distributors around the world, including Guartel Technologies, is a critical asset to our company," he added.
Implant's systems are used by private companies as well as government agencies to screen baggage, cargo, vehicles, and people for the detection of trace amounts of explosives and narcotics.
The QS-H150 is a handheld explosives trace detector that rapidly detects trace amounts of a number of military, commercial, and homemade explosives. The QS-H150 uses no radioactive materials.
Last week, the company announced a key product enhancement for its QS-H150 - a printing kit that gives users the ability to print detection results from the device.
The company's other main product, the Quantum Sniffer QS-B220, is a trace detector that uses ion mobility spectrometry to identify a number of military, commercial and homemade explosives and narcotic substances. It was introduced in May, 2011.
The benchtop explosives and narcotics detector is suited for a number of security settings, including high-traffic airports, borders, and prisons.
In December, the QS-B220 device received CE Certification, an important step for generating sales in Europe, and in February, achieved ASTM E2520-07 certification.
Earlier this month, the company announced that its explosives and narcotics trace detectors would be be used at the Sixth Summit of the Americas, where 34 heads of state and government of the Americas convened in Cartagena, Colombia on April 14 and 15, 2012.
Implant said that the Colombian National Police chose the trace detection equipment as part of its security plan at the summit.
Implant Sciences' share price went up 1.12 percent to reach 90 cents apiece in trade on the OTC, or over-the-counter market, Monday afternoon.