Detection

 

Using leading-edge technologies including computed tomography, Raman spectroscopy, trace (ITMS™), mass spectrometry, X-ray and X-ray Diffraction, Morpho delivers explosives and narcotics and chemical, radiological, and nuclear detection systems for government, military, air and ground transportation, first responder, critical infrastructure and other high-risk organizations.

Morpho’s investment in the innovation of advanced security technologies begins with Morpho’s technical centers of excellence, laboratories focused on the research and development of specific technologies, including:

  • Computed Tomography Center of Excellence based in Newark, California US
    Core competencies: Computed Tomography – Systems & Imaging Software; Machine Vision (Computer Science); Imaging Electronics – Detectors & Data Acquisition
  • Mass Spectrometry Center of Excellence based in Santa Ana, California US
    Core competency: Mass Spectrometry
  • Quantum Magnetics Center of Excellence based in Santa Ana, California US
    Core competencies: Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance (NQR), Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) and Electromagnetics; Spectral Analysis Algorithms & Software
  • Ion Trap Mobility Spectrometry (ITMS™) Trace Explosives and Narcotics Detection Center of Excellence based in Wilmington, Massachusetts US
    Core competencies: Physical Chemistry & Biochemistry; Ion Mobility & Raman Spectroscopy – Physics & Software; Radiation Detection
  • X-ray Diffraction Center of Excellence based in Hamburg, Germany
    Core competencies: X-Ray Diffraction Physics; Spectral Analysis Algorithms & Software; Energy Resolving Detectors & Data Acquisition
Detection
  • Advanced Computed Tomography
    Seen in airports throughout the world and used to inspect checked baggage, Morpho produces explosives detection (...)> See more
  • ITMS Technology – Trace Detection
    Advances in trace detection—the discovery and identification of microscopic particles and vapors emitted by (...)> See more
  • Laser-Based Raman
    Because of their ability to identify thousands of unique substances, from narcotics to explosives to common (...)> See more
  • Quadrupole Resonance
    Quadrupole resonance (QR) technology uses a highly specific explosives detection technique, similar to MRI, which (...)> See more
  • X-Ray Diffraction
    XRD technology identifies the chemical signature of explosives, providing complimentary detection capabilities to (...)> See more