ClanTect Gets Critical!

ClanTect completes the installation of the first of several critical infrastructure sites, this particular one in France. ClanTect’s MDT/Human Presence/Heartbeat[…..]

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ClanTect Rolls Out Wireless Multi-Vehicle Human Presence Detection Systems

ClanTect are rolling out the latest multi-vehicle scanning version of their tried and tested, ClanTect MDT Human Presence Detection System (Heart-Beat Detector)[…..]

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ClanTect, in the news again

The “MDT Ultra Mobile” is the most lightweight and smallest tablet version of Clantect’s next generation Human Presence Wireless Detection[…..]

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ClanTect has launched a wireless sensor testing system for their Human Presence Detection System (or Heart-Beat Detector)

ClanTect Ltd has launched an important new wireless sensor testing system for both their wireless desktop ClanTect MDT and the new ClanTect MDT Mobile Human Presence Detection[…..]

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ClanTect are in the news again

ClanTect are featured in the latest issue of BORDER SECURITY REPORT magazine within the Industry News section. You can download[…..]

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ClanTect mobile Human Presence Detection System is ideal for military operations

ClanTect Ltd has launched the ClanTect MDT Mobile, a highly portable new generation Human Presence Wireless Detection System, which has[…..]

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Eight foreign nationals, hidden in special compartments in two minibusses

Following the thorough inspection of the vehicle, three foreign nationals were discovered, hidden in a specially arranged place, between the back seat[…..]

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ClanTect, in the news again!

MDT features in the latest issue of Border Security Report magazine (pages 10-11) To read the article, download here

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HMPPS New Report Published: Thematic inspection report on Electronic Monitoring

An inspection by HM Inspectorate of Probation on the use of electronic monitoring as a tool for the Probation Service[…..]

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Migratory situation in June – Arrivals in Europe rise slightly

In June, the number of detections of illegal border crossings on Europe’s main migratory routes rose 6% from the previous[…..]

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