Tracense’s TS100 seeks to clear individual’s objects, vendor goods, and any packages entering government buildings, embassies, and consulates as efficiently as possible. With objects being checked in conjunction with current security scanning and vendors having their goods searched upon arrival, the items can be quickly assessed and analyzed using a vapor-based sensor without being opened. The TS100 is a strong addition to government buildings, embassies, and consulates.
The TS100 uses an electro-chemical detector that detects and analyzes chemical makeups using a wand and pump without disassembling or opening any visitor or vendor bags and goods. This process can be completed in conjunction with current security scanning ensuring speed and not interfering procedures already in place. Using the collection wand and a sophisticated algorithm, the electro-chemical sensor compares the detected vapor molecules against currently installed explosive cartridges and profiles. Through the non-invasive operation of the TS100, the operator will not come in contact with a substance. The cartridges have approximately a week-long use of the system with no consumable replacement. In as quick as 7 seconds, the detection and classification algorithms can provide a clear yes or no on whether the explosive detection sensors were triggered in addition to providing the explosive signature giving operational effectiveness to the security team of your building.
Embassies and Consulates
The TS100’s sampling goes directly to the analysis phase enhancing simplicity and speed with a low dependency on human factors. With a seven-second or lower analysis time, the TS100 provides a quick and instant analysis that provides the user with an operational effectiveness advantage. After gathering the vapor samples, the detection and classification algorithms provide a clear yes or no whether the explosive detection sensors were triggered in addition to providing the explosive signature giving operational effectiveness to your security team.