CONPASS combats smuggling in Casablanca Airport
13 November 2015 / securityADANI the specialist security screening developer has reported a radical decrease in attempts to smuggle ingested narcotics through Casablanca airport into Europe after installation of the CONPASS Full Body Screening System for selective screening of transit passengers travelling to Europe.
The CONPASS Full Body Screening system was procured by the Moroccan Police in late 2014 to tackle the issue of drug trafficking through Casablanca airport by detecting drug mules who attempt to smuggle ingested narcotics into Europe from the producing countries in South America and Africa.
“At ADANI we are extremely proud of our equipment having such an impact on the issue of international drug trafficking and will continue to work closely with the end users to ensure that the technology is best suited to meet their goals and objectives. We are continuously investing in the development of new and existing products and therefore making sure that our technology always offers the best detection capabilities and delivers outstanding results to its users,” said Leonid Zelenkevich, ADANI’s Regional Sales Director for Europe and Africa.
The ADANI CONPASS full body screening system offers a higher level of security than other Body Scanners as it identifies the threats and contraband inside, as well as on the body. It is also an instant, safe and efficient solution.
With nearly 500 systems sold to date, ADANI CONPASS system is used by leading government agencies, border authorities, law enforcement, military organizations, and security agencies in over 35 countries worldwide. Since its introduction in 1999, the CONPASS solution has consistently received the highest marks for its flexibility, quality, and performance with a proven record of detection results.