Centice to Demonstrate its Narcotics Identification System Mobile Field Lab-3000 at the 2012 Enforcement Expo
NEW ORLEANS, LA – October 30, 2012 – Centice Corporation, a pioneer in chemical verification and identification using Raman spectroscopy and computational sensor technology, will be demonstrating its narcotics identification system, the Mobile Field Lab-3000 (MFL-3000) at the Enforcement Expo (booth #347). The annual meeting for law enforcement professionals, which is produced by Cygnus Expositions, runs alongside the EMS World Expo.
The conference takes place October 31-November 2 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Centice will be providing demonstrations of the MFL-3000 technology throughout the show.
The MFL-3000 enables law enforcement and first responders to:
- Quickly and easily establish probable cause by performing presumptive drug testing in the field without destroying evidence.
- Perform a full chemical analysis of confiscated substances and identify relative strength of pure narcotics, precursors andadulterants.
- Track illegal narcotics “formulas” throughout a jurisdiction. Simply by saving the spectra (unique fingerprint) of a confiscated substance to the database. The MFL-3000 will alert law enforcement when identical spectrums are scanned.
- Leverage the scientific data provided by Raman spectroscopy to quickly bring evidence to the grand jury without having to wait for the crime lab.
“This piece of equipment is essentially a one stop shop... with this device we can very quickly tell what we are going to collect, essentially cutting our evidence investigation time in half,” stated Agent Nate Luca, Cherokee Multi-Agency Narcotics Squad, Georgia.
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Centice Corporation is an applied technology company innovating in advanced photonic sensor designs. The company creates and delivers solutions to select markets in law enforcement, homeland security and scientific analytical instruments. By leveraging an expertise in applied Raman Spectroscopy and patented Coded Aperture design our engineers deliver on faster acquisition times, greater sensor reliability and bring the advantages of coded aperture to multiple sensor modalities. Centice's scientists and engineering teams work with a network of global partners to adapt the latest in scienceto emerging business and public service needs. Headquartered in Morrisville, NC and founded in 2004, the company markets products directly and through distributors.