Morpho’s field proven explosives, narcotics and chemical detection systems are used to help safeguard people and high-risk targets including air and ground transportation, government and military facilities and other critical infrastructure.
Morpho integrates computed tomography (CT), Raman Spectroscopy, trace (ITMS™ technology), X-ray and X-ray Diffraction technologies into solutions that can make security activities more accurate, productive and efficient, as well as less intrusive. Morpho’s detection solutions are deployed to help protect people and property in some of the most important and sensitive world locations.
TransportationMorpho provides a wide range of qualified and certified technology-based solutions for detecting explosives and (...)> See more
MilitaryMilitary teams have a critical need to counter evolving threats against military personnel, equipment and (...)> See more
Ports and BordersPorts and borders are the first line of defense in the effort to prevent the illegal movement of contraband and (...)> See more
Emergency RespondersFirst responders, from law enforcement to HazMat personnel in national, state and local agencies, are routinely (...)> See more
Critical InfrastructureProtecting critical infrastructure is a vitally important part of an integrated homeland security (...)> See more
CorrectionsKeeping correctional facilities secure requires vigilant screening of inmate populations for weapons, narcotics and (...)> See more
Drug InterdictionSuccessful narcotics investigations can hinge on speed, accuracy and exhibit integrity. Fast field-testing and (...)> See more
HospitalityMorpho offers a full range of detection and identification solutions designed to leverage advanced technology to (...)> See more
Venue SecuritySporting, entertainment and event venues are vulnerable to catastrophic events, terrorist activity and disasters (...)> See more
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SupportA material safety data sheet (MSDS), safety data sheet (SDS), or product safety data sheet (PSDS) is an important (...)> See more
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