Corporation, a pioneer in chemical verification and identification
using Raman spectroscopy and computational sensor technology, today
announced enhancements to its narcotics
identification system, the Mobile Field Lab-3000 (MFL-3000).
The most cost-effective solution of its kind on the market, the MFL-3000
enables narcotic squads and drug task forces to quickly and easily
perform drug identification in the field without destroying evidence.
Simply place and cover the unknown material (solid, liquid or powder) on
the portable device and Centice's patented Raman Spectroscopy technology
rapidly scans it and creates a unique spectral fingerprint of the
This "unique chemical fingerprint" is then compared to Centice's
embedded proprietary database of over 3,600 illegal narcotics, cutting
agents and controlled prescription drugs to ensure objective and
reliable identification. The Department of Justice and affiliated
agencies are familiar with Raman Spectroscopy and consider it a valid
science for confirmatory evidence analysis when used in conjunction with
a chemical color test.
The Department of Justice and affiliated agencies are familiar with
Raman spectroscopy and consider it a valid science for confirmatoy
evidence analysis. The Scientific Working Group for the Analysis of
Seized Drugs (SWGDRUG) lists Raman spectroscopy as a Category A
analytical technique for the analysis of drug samples.
"These enhancements are part of our ongoing MFL-3000 product strategy.
Centice is dedicated to providing law enforcement with a scientific
tool, using an SWGDRUG Category A science, they can leverage at the
scene to immediately identify confiscated substances," stated Centice
CEO and President, Dr. Prasant Potuluri.
New enhancements to the Mobile Field Lab-3000 include:
To schedule a demo or hear from law enforcement professionals using
MFL-3000, visit: http://ow.ly/htwcz.
Corporation is a leader in delivering unique technology and systems
for identification and verification of chemical substances. With
substantial capability in our MFL-3000 product which focuses on chemical
identification of narcotics, cutting agents and controlled prescription
drugs (CPD), the company brings new capabilities to field narcotic
officers and drug interdiction agents. Operating worldwide through a
network of distributors and support organizations the company sells to
governments, non-governmental agencies (NGO) and local law enforcement
departments. By leveraging an expertise in applied Raman Spectroscopy
and patented Coded Aperture design our engineers deliver on faster
acquisition times, greater sensor reliability and more sensitive spectra
data acquisition. The company is headquartered in Morrisville, NC and
founded in 2004 from technology created at Duke University.
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