Once again ICTS Explosive Search Canine Teams have been appointed to secure Olympia Exhibition Halls in London, during both the two-day build up to, and the CTX event itself on 25th and 26th April 2012. For the fourth year running ICTS will be inviting delegates to visit their eye catching stand (No D32 ). The Company is proud to have been selected by the management of CTX as a Member of their 2012 Industry Partners Programme.
Cutting edge technology, specialist trained manpower, and a totally professional canine service offering are the reason behind why ICTS is fast becoming the security company of choice. The Company continues to provide bespoke solutions to customers operating in high risk environments (including aviation, maritime and general security services). In conjunction with highly trained manpower, ICTS specialist canine services are increasingly winning contracts to secure many of London’s most prestigious iconic sites. Comments Paul Jacomb, ICTS Director of General Security, “Whilst clients often believe that increased levels of manpower, together with the use of technology, will provide them with the sterile environment they seek, the role played by specialist canine units, particularly when utilised for verification and secondary check purposes, cannot be over-emphasised”.
ICTS Europe Systems, the leading provider of security systems to the aviation industry worldwide will be showcasing their award winning innovation – the SmartQ. This system allows airports to allocate passengers to special queues/lines based on security parameters or customer service (FQTV). SmartQ has the edge over other scanner providers as the software enables airport management to acquire detailed real-time information on queue and dwell time along predefined routes e.g. security line, check-in area, luggage scanning, immigration, passport control, gate or terminal transfer etc.
Frank McGrath one of ICTS’s leading Aviation Training Managers will be speaking at CTX Human Factors and Training Workshop on 25th April. Outlining the length and breadth of airport staff training he will in particular cover customer profiling, namely `DetAct’, which will maximise the effectiveness of staff deployed in areas of large gatherings, such as airports, train/bus stations, events, etc. Used in conjunction with complementary counter-measures, DetAct has the ability to transform the area into a hardened target with much improved deterrence effects. This will also help in preventing terrorist and criminal activities, as well preparatory stages such as intelligence gathering prior to attack.
Concludes Peter Jones, Chief Executive Niche Events, part of the Clarion Group, “We are delighted to welcome ICTS back to Counter Terror Expo 2012 not only as a major exhibitor but also a trusted partner, providing Canine Search throughout the duration of the event. Given the nature of Counter Terror Expo’s content, and also the sensitivities of international attendance, it is very important to ensure the safest environment possible. Working to ACPO standards for Canine Search and also independently monitored, in appointing ICTS, we are confident that we are being secured by the recognised market leader.”