The US Transportation Security Administration has approved Phase 2 of One Resonance Sensors' Advanced High-throughput Bottled Liquid Scanner (BLS) contract. During the first part of 2017, the company will complete its new version of the MobiLab BLS security scanner. The MobiLab BLS is configured to work as a benchtop scanner or search-table integrated unit. Total Contract Amount: $999,225 Phase II Approval Date: December 30th, 2016 Phase II Period of Performance: December 31st, 2016 - June 30th, 2017 About One Resonance Sensors' Bottled Liquid Scanner
ORS' MobiLab 130 analyzer is supporting NeoLithium's (www.neolithium.ca) activities at their Tres Quebradas production project on the top of the Argentinean Andes. This fast-growing project is addressing an ever-growing demand for lithium, a key component for energy storage. The access to rapid and reliable sample characterization is crucial for NeoLithium's fast-paced mining undertake. ORS' multi-element analyzer technology enables...
Live trials of ORS' security scanners were launched on February 21st, 2016 at Hamad International Airport in Doha, Qatar. Two MobiLab BLS and two MobiLab ES scanners were installed at passenger departure security checkpoints. ORS is demonstrating the efficiency of its scanners for both, bottled liquid and portable electronic screening. The information collected will aid airport operators to define the configuration of their modern checkpoint, introducing new solutions and effective system and data integration.
Patent Abstract: High precision elemental concentration determination is achieved using a nuclear magnetic resonance device that can continuously monitor samples of a source fluid in the field and in the refinery plant while the source fluid is refined into a desired product fluid.
On July 15, 2015, Rep. Susan Davis visited ORS' main facility in Mission Valley, San Diego. The Congresswoman met the team and participated in a series of product demonstrations and group discussions.