The battle against drug traffickers is an ever-evolving challenge

The battle against drug traffickers is an ever-evolving challenge that requires technological innovation and adaptation. As cartels continue to exploit hard-to-inspect concealment areas to traffic illicit drugs across the southern border, it becomes evident that legacy top-down passenger vehicle X-ray scanning systems are no longer effective. To stay ahead of these criminals, it is imperative that our government embrace cutting-edge detection technology, such as under-vehicle X-ray scanning systems that use X-ray backscatter and transmission technology to scan the underside of a passenger vehicle.

VIKEN’s Lead Paint Analyzer Approved by US NRC for Use without Licensing

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.

Borderlands: Odyssey Logistics expands into Laredo

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.

Latest Coverage of Viken's VALOR Program

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.