Nuctech strengthens security along Belt and Road
Nuctech, a leading security and inspection company affiliated with Tongfang Co Ltd, a subsidiary of Tsinghua Holdings, will continue to provide advanced security and inspection solutions for the world, especially for the countries and regions along the Belt and Road, said Chen Zhiqiang, chairman of the company.
Chen voiced the determination at the Nuctech 2018 Innovation Conference on Security Screening Technologies on Feb 8. He also stressed that during the past 20 years of development, Nuctech has evolved into a world-renowned security and inspection solution and services supplier.
Visitors learn details of Nuctech's products at the Nuctech 2018 Innovation Conference on Security Screening Technologies on Feb 8.
As a leader in the global security industry, Nuctech operates businesses in more than 140 countries and regions around the world, 61 of which are along the Belt and Road. Its products are used in many fields, such as civil aviation, customs, railway and ports.
With the functions of data input and storage and risk warning, a smart electronic locker innovated by Nuctech has been widely applied in Slovakia. It helps Slovakian police with remote control, accurate positioning and simultaneous inspection of surroundings.
"The smart locking solution is of key importance to many people in Slovakia, including those involved in customs, supplying industry, logistics and trade," said Dana Meager, state secretary of the Ministry of Finance of Slovakia Republic at the conference.
Nuctech's technology helps Thai police examine 150 kilograms of drugs last March.
Featuring advanced innovation, quality and efficiency, Nuctech's millimeter-wave body inspection solution can detect dangerous articles within a distance of 15 meters without any human touch. The company's CT inspection system can accurately detect and analyze prohibited goods of many kinds, providing all-round high-definition images and complete information.
Nuctech's inspection equipment has helped Cambodia prevent contraband goods and effectively cracked down on crime during the past 10 years, said Kun Nhem, director of the General Department of Customs and Excise of Cambodia. Cambodia Customs has seized ivory tusks and rhinoceros horns with the help of Nuctech's technology.
With the help of Nuctech's system, plenty of smuggled tucks are detected in Cambodia.
Nuctech's products and technology are being used for customs, civil aviation, railways, and ports in an increasing number of countries and regions along the Belt and Road.
"Advanced technology is essential in border and tax revenue security," said Ahmad Jailani Bin Muhamed Yunus, deputy director of the Royal Malaysian Customs Department.
Visitors gain insight into Nuctech's innovative products at the conference.
The Belt and Road Initiative is a huge development opportunity for Nuctech and the company will keep on innovating to better serve Belt and Road countries and regions, said Vice-president Miao Qitian.
A design sketch of the under-construction new airport in Istanbul, Turkey. The airport is expected to open at the end of 2018 with the state-of-the-art security and inspection equipment provided by Nuctech.