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  • XTEK are now representing IDenta in Australia
    19 Jan 2015

    IDenta develop, manufacture and market on the spot field kits for Explosives substances and Bullet-holes and develops other forensic products.  The IDenta range of products are used all over the world in defence and law enforcement environments. The BTK is valuable operational field kit, used by forensic science professionals, for the identification of  bullet-holes.

  • ChemImage Sensor Systems is Selected by Edgewood Chemical Biological Center to Design the Chemical Fingerprint Identification System
    7 Jan 2015

    PITTSBURGH, January 7, 2015 — ChemImage Sensor Systems announces that it received a contract from the U. S. Army to develop the Chemical Fingerprint Identification System (CFIS), a specialized Raman microscope system for the identification of exogenous materials collocated with latent fingerprints.  This ability to identify specific drug or explosive particles with a specific person through the collocated fingerprint will provide valuable evidence to military and law enforcement agencies for the apprehension and conviction of terrorists and criminals.

  • XTEK Limited - New Head Office and Workshop Facilities Opening Event
    12 Nov 2014

    Staff and Management at XTEK Limted were excited to have the new Head Office and Workshop facilities in Symonston opened by The Hon. Stuart Robert, Assistant Minister for Defence. After more than 25 years in the Yallourn Street, Fyshwick location, the building in Symonston was officially opened 3 November 2014, with XTEK showcasing a cross-section of thier latest products.

  • Centice Drug Analysis Systems Sold to Major Federal Agency to Aid in Prescription Pill Abuse Operations
    29 Oct 2014

    Nationwide program allows agents to identify over 3,800 prescription pills and illicit drugs

  • MINOX and Optronika launch German Sports Optics
    30 Jul 2014

    MINOX, the sport optics and camera manufacturer based in Wetzlar and Optronika, the riflescope specialist out of Biebertal, have formed an alliance with the participation of the L&O Group, Germany.

  • ChemImage demonstration a success
    21 Jul 2014

    XTEK Limited, with the support of the Forensic Document Service and ChemImage, hosted a successful document examination demonstration in Sydney and at XTEK’s head office in Canberra.  This sophisticated technology has been brought to Australia by ChemImage.

  • XTEK signs new partnership with Trijicon
    30 Jun 2014

    XTEK is pleased to announce that a new partnership has been formed with U.S aiming systems manufacturer, Trijicon.  World-renowned for its innovative applications of tritium and advanced fibre-optics, Trijicon manufactures advanced riflescopes and sights for tactical and sporting applications. Trijicon is proud to count as their customers the United States Marine Corps, United States Army, United States Special Operations Forces, United States Government, and state and local Law Enforcement.

  • ChemImage demonstration announced at XTEK
    23 Jun 2014

    XTEK is pleased to announce that ChemImage will demonstrate the HSI 200QD, and invites members of the Forensic community to join the demonstration.  There will be two demonstrations held, 14 July 2014 will be in Sydney, and 16 July 2014 in Canberra.

  • Projectina agreement signed with XTEK
    18 Feb 2014

    XTEK Ltd is delighted to announce the signing of an agreement with Forensic Technology Inc.  This agreement will enable XTEK to include Projectina’s range of crime scene lighting within its comprehensive portfolio of high-quality forensics equipment.

  • Ninjatek Personnel Exploitation Kit (PEK)

    XTEK is pleased to announce that it can now exclusively supply its Australasian clients with the very latest range of exploitation kits from Ninjatek.