Smith’s Detection Secures Super Bowl

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04/29/2011 -

Smiths Detection says multiple local and national security agencies used the company’s threat detection systems and training to help secure the Super Bowl in addition to other events and venues associated with the football championship game.


Bob Bohn, Vice President of Sales, Smiths Detection, said, “We are honored to provide the capabilities and training needed for quick and accurate threat detection and identification in order to help protect the people attending the Super Bowl and other high-profile events. Our thorough preparations combined with the ability to customize threat detection libraries enable emergency response teams to monitor for and react quickly to potential threats. This mitigates any incidents and ensures public safety while minimizing disruptions.”

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