WSTP - universal integrated vehicle control system for control of vehicles
WSTP - universal integrated vehicle control system for control of vehicles

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WSTP - universal integrated vehicle control system for control of vehicles

  • PEasy to use
  • Vehicle control system is safe for health
  • Mobile scanning system
  • Detecting chemicals
  • Detecting trace amounts

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Integrated security systems

WSTP - universal integrated vehicle control system for control of vehicles

WSTP is a set of systems for controlling all kinds of vehicles for threat detection, which enables quick mobilization of security forces and effective detection of smuggled hazardous or unauthorized substances.

  • Simple operation

    Easy to use

  • Safe for health

    Health friendly

  • Readable system

    Clear screen of the vehicle control system

  • Portability

    Mobility

WSTP is a vehicle control system that integrates all mechanisms and techniques of detecting explosives, drugs and other illegal and hazardous substances instantly. The systems have been developed for effective identification of presence of explosives and drugs on textiles, vehicles and people. The vehicle control system can include car chassis recording cameras, cameras for identifying a driver, external scanner searching for chemical substances and devices that require biometrical authorisation.

In addition to detection of explosives and drugs, WSTP also provides tools to support and supplement checks at roadblocks (entrances to guarded areas), such as mobile systems which are able to detect objects under vehicles, 360-degree ground and air surveillance, as well as jammers of explosive devices (IED), in order to protect deployed forces.

WSTP system sensors apply unique LDS technologies (Raman laser spectroscopy), IMS (ion mobility spectrometry) and systems of detecting chemical substances. These sensors detect the presence of explosives and "transition" substances in lumps, powders and liquids as well as trace particles in vapors.

WSTP vehicle control system used in hand-held, manual devices and supported by the central control and communication unit enables quick sharing of intelligence data bases making it possible for the security forces to track new threats and analyse terrorist attacks or crimes on the basis of information obtained by intelligence agencies.

The great advantage is that control stations are mounted in just a few minutes. They are capable of intercepting explosive devices or their components, providing law enforcement with a high level of detection.

Key features of the vehicle control system

  • portable,
  • quick assembly,
  • IMS (Ion-Mobility Spectrometry) technology - spectroscopic method, based on the measurement of mobility of ionized gas molecules in the electric field,
  • does not contain radioactive sources,
  • Raman laser spectroscopy,
  • does not require the use of expensive consumables,
  • an open-source database with the ability to upgrade and extend by the user,
  • a wide range of detectable substances including household explosives.

Example list of detected substances (the list can be adjusted to the user’s individual needs)

  • Explosives
    • Ammonium nitrate, Dinitrotoluene, Trinitrotoluene (TNT), Styphnic acid, Picric acid, Amatol, Taggant, Nitroglycol, Nitroglycerine, Pentaerythritol Tetranitrate, Hexagon, Octogen, Tetryl, Tetrazole, Benzofuroxan, Acetone Peroxide and etc.
  • Drugs
    • Amphetamine, Methamphetamine, Cocaine, Heroin, Tetrahydrocannabinol (psychoactive component of cannabis), methylenedioxyamphetamine, (“Sassafras”), Ecstasy, Phenobarbital, Morphine.
  • Toxic chemical substances
    • Hydrogen sulphide H2S, Hydrogen chloride, Hydrogen fluoride, Sulphur dioxide SO2, Chlorine, Ammonia NH3, Nitric oxide, Nitrogen dioxide NO2, Hydrogen sulfide.

Explosives

 MarkerChemical formula
NITNH4NO3
DNTC6Н3CH3(NO2)2
TNTC6Н2CH3(NO2)3
TNRC6H(NO2)3(OH)2
TNPHC6H2(NO2)3OH
DNNC10H6(NO2)2
DMNBСH3(NO2CCH3)2CH3
EGDNC2Н4(ОNO2)2
NGCHONO2(CH2ONO2)2
PETN(CH2ONO2)4C
RDX(CH2)3N3(NO2)3
HMX(CH2)4N4(NO2)4
TETR(NO2)3C6H2N(NO2)CH3
TZСH2N4
BFС6H4O2N2
TATP(C3H6O2)3
HMTDN(CH2OOCH2)3N
RDXPrev. (CH2)3N3(NO2)3
HMXPrev. (CH2)4N4(NO2)4

Narcotics

 MarkerChemical formula
AMPC9H13N
METC10H15N
COCB, COCSC17H21NO4
HERC21H23NO5
THCC21H30O2
MDAC10H13NO2
MDMAC11H15NO2
PHNBC12H12N2O3
MORPC17H19NO3

Chemical weapons

 MarkerChemical formula
GBC4H10FO2P
GDC7H16FO2P
MGC4H8Cl2S

Specification

Example list of detected substances (the list can be adjusted to the user’s individual needs)

  • Explosives
    • Ammonium nitrate, Dinitrotoluene, Trinitrotoluene (TNT), Styphnic acid, Picric acid, Amatol, Taggant, Nitroglycol, Nitroglycerine, Pentaerythritol Tetranitrate, Hexagon, Octogen, Tetryl, Tetrazole, Benzofuroxan, Acetone Peroxide and etc.
  • Drugs
    • Amphetamine, Methamphetamine, Cocaine, Heroin, Tetrahydrocannabinol (psychoactive component of cannabis), methylenedioxyamphetamine, (“Sassafras”), Ecstasy, Phenobarbital, Morphine.
  • Toxic chemical substances
    • Hydrogen sulphide H2S, Hydrogen chloride, Hydrogen fluoride, Sulphur dioxide SO2, Chlorine, Ammonia NH3, Nitric oxide, Nitrogen dioxide NO2, Hydrogen sulfide.

Explosives

 MarkerChemical formula
NITNH4NO3
DNTC6Н3CH3(NO2)2
TNTC6Н2CH3(NO2)3
TNRC6H(NO2)3(OH)2
TNPHC6H2(NO2)3OH
DNNC10H6(NO2)2
DMNBСH3(NO2CCH3)2CH3
EGDNC2Н4(ОNO2)2
NGCHONO2(CH2ONO2)2
PETN(CH2ONO2)4C
RDX(CH2)3N3(NO2)3
HMX(CH2)4N4(NO2)4
TETR(NO2)3C6H2N(NO2)CH3
TZСH2N4
BFС6H4O2N2
TATP(C3H6O2)3
HMTDN(CH2OOCH2)3N
RDXPrev. (CH2)3N3(NO2)3
HMXPrev. (CH2)4N4(NO2)4

Narcotics

 MarkerChemical formula
AMPC9H13N
METC10H15N
COCB, COCSC17H21NO4
HERC21H23NO5
THCC21H30O2
MDAC10H13NO2
MDMAC11H15NO2
PHNBC12H12N2O3
MORPC17H19NO3

Chemical weapons

 MarkerChemical formula
GBC4H10FO2P
GDC7H16FO2P
MGC4H8Cl2S

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