Viken Detection today announced that Admiral Craig Faller has been appointed to its board of directors.
VIKEN’s lead paint analyzer meets the NRC’s highest standards of safety for use by members of the public without any additional licensing controls. With the exemption, our customers can now save on costly and time-consuming licensing and reciprocity fees and are no longer required to perform routine leak testing.
Viken Detection Launches the FOXHOUND-HNA™ – a Versatile Tri-Mode Handheld Narcotics Analyzer Optimized for Drug Interdiction
Viken Detection today announced the official release of the FOXHOUND-HNA™. Featuring tri-mode functionality and design, Viken’s handheld narcotics analyzer is optimized for drug interdiction and tailored for wide use in law enforcement operations.
OptiSolve and Viken Detection Partner to Launch The Pathfinder – An Innovative Surface Imaging Device
Viken Detection, pioneer of homeland security x-ray imaging and analytical devices, is pleased to announce a partnership with OptiSolve Ltd., a technology leader for clean, healthy and safe spaces.
Dr. Hanh Lai Appointed Senior VP & GM of Viken’s Chemical Detection and Environmental Hazards Business
Viken Detection, pioneer of x-ray imaging and analytical devices, today announced that it has appointed Dr. Hanh Lai to lead its newly formed Chemical Detection and Environmental Hazards business unit.
Leidos is providing the company’s VACIS IP6500 MEP, which is integrated with Viken Detection’s Oprey-EVX, a low-energy backscatter imaging technology. Viken’s Osprey-UVX under-vehicle X-ray imaging system will also be available.
Viken Detection, pioneer of homeland security x-ray imaging and analytical devices, today announced the appointment of John Quelch to its Board of Directors.
The Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office reported at least 15 fatal drug overdoses this year. Now the department is one of five across the country with new crime fighting technology geared towards battling the opioid epidemic. It’s a device from Viken Detection, a Massachusetts based company.
Viken Detection, pioneer of x-ray imaging and analytical devices, today announced that AS&E lost its appeals court petition to reverse AS&E’s prior loss in unsuccessfully obtaining a preliminary injunction against Viken.
A new piece of x-ray technology may help prevent illegal drug and gun smuggling at the U.S.-Mexico border. Security company Viken Detection created a handheld and under vehicle x-ray system that scans vehicles for hidden cash, drugs, and weapons. Officers with the Neuces County District Attorney’s Criminal Interdiction Unit say it helps save time, money, and officers lives.