UNDT provides detection system to Boeing

Universal Detection Technology announced on September 7 that it has received a major purchase order for its five agent biological detection system from Boeing Service Company, a subsidiary of Boeing Defense, Space and Security.

UNDT, makers of early warning monitoring technologies intended to protect people from bioterrorist attacks and other health threats, will that it will sell its five agent biological detection system, which is designed to detect and warn of the presence anthrax, ricin, Y. pestis, botulism and SEB’s in under three minutes, to the firm.

The equipment has already been used by first responders and private industries in the United States, as well as the U.S. Department of Defense and the United Kingdom’s Ministry of Defense.

"With last year's recognition from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security as an 'Approved Product for Homeland Security' under the SAFETY Act, UNDT's five agent biodetection kit has been a key choice in biothreat security for a number of large companies," Jacques Tizabi, Universal Detection Technology CEO, said. "UNDT's five agent biodetection kit is a fast and reliable on-site test of harmful bioagents that can threaten the operations of any corporate facility.”

Boeing Service Company has approximately 1,500 employees based around the world. It works to successfully maintain customer communication and data systems for its clients and performs a variety of duties, from monitoring global positioning satellites to readying payloads for rocket launches.

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