To continue the success in X-ray security solutions, VisiConsult X-ray Systems & Solutions GmbH appointed two new experts from the field and will launch new security products in 2019.
Liron Naor has joined the company as the Security Division Manager. He has a vast experience in the portable X-ray market which he will use for expanding the company global efforts and brand awareness. The second addition to the team is John Howell, who was an Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician with 30 plus years in Counter IED work. He is in charge on the North and South America markets. Liron Naor and John Howell join Malte Laezer who has real world IED experience in Afghanistan conducting counter IED operations. He is in charge on the European market along with responsibility for the exclusive collaboration with Telerob.
Along with the restructure of VisiConsults security division, it is also planned to launch an entirely new system with a more advanced technology and new detectors which are specifically designed for dealing with harsh field work and complex X-ray interpretation scenarios. Lennart Schulenburg, Director of Sales & Marketing, says “By relevant innovations and passionate experts we want to offer our security customers an outstanding support”.
The updated systems will provide the end user with a user-friendly interface that allows rapid image and highest quality. The goal is to provide a better tool to the end users that makes their mission on the ground a more efficient and safer process.
You can meet the new VCsecurity team at the Security & Counter Terror Expo in London, that will take place from Tuesday, 05. March to Wednesday, 06. March 2019. Take a chance to get first information about their new project and to bring in your own ideas at booth F6. On Tuesday, 05 March between 15.00-15.30 they will also do an interactive demonstration in the Defense and Security Demo Zone. At their booth you can see Robot Obstacle with X-ray system on the same day between 12.00-12.30. John Howell can show the benefits of material discrimination with X-ray systems as and when required.