SASRAD CEK Contraband Enforcement kits
Sas R & D Services of Miramar, Florida (SASRAD) were awarded a contract for a significant quantity of search & detection kits for use during the G20 Summit held in Brisbane, Australia in November 2014. These kits included the SAS-Hitech-Xpose hand held Contraband Detector – the Ultimate repairable fiberscope as well as other items for inspection and search procedures. Training of the search operators was conducted by the SASRAD representatives in Australia.
The G20 membership comprises a mix of the world’s largest advanced and emerging economies, representing about two-thirds of the world’s population, 85 per cent of global gross domestic product and over 75 per cent of global trade. The members of the G20 are Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States and the European Union. Leaders of those countries were in attendance. The number of attendees exceeded 4000 high level diplomats plus press and observers.
SASRAD CEK Contraband Enforcement kits contain everything needed to conduct security inspections of vehicles, boats, trains and planes….High Technology Xpose density meters®, Ultimate fiberscopes® or Videoscopes as well as the Kingsville Tire inspection fiberscope for inserting into vehicle tires to look inside without letting the air out. The highly thought of SAS-Hitech-Xpose was manufactured to be the most rugged on the market ,drop tested from one meter onto concrete on all six sides. The Sas-Hitech-Xpose contains radioactive material and has been manufactured in compliance with US Nuclear Regulatory Commission safety criteria. the purchaser is exempt from any regulatory requirements unlike similar products where very strict licensing regulations apply. The Ultimate fiberscopes are the only ones manufactured anywhere in the World, where the end user can repair a damaged fiberscope locally and save considerable operational downtime, not to mention expenses, in returning items to the production unit for repair.