908 Devices Advances MX908 Handheld Device Capabilities
Updates include new capabilities for iOS devices and expanded drug target list
According to an issue brief from the
New Remote Application for iOS Devices
Enhancements to MX908 will address gaps in responders’ workflows and speed chemical detection at the point-of-need for multiple missions. Through the MX908 Remote application for iOS, responders will be able to more efficiently share results, access technical support and customize notes in reports. In-app resources also include access to user documentation and training videos, equipping first responders with the resources they need while in the field. A remote application for Android device users was released last year.
Further, the handheld device can now detect and identify a broader range of drugs and drug precursors. New targets include a fentanyl analog (Valerylfentanyl), a synthetic cannabinoid (MDMB_CHMINACA), and a stimulant precursor (PMK Glycidate). These additions to the MX908 target list are pivotal for responders identifying these substances in local communities and at crime scenes related to drug smuggling, transportation, and distribution.
“Since its initial launch, the MX908 device has been used by elite responders around the globe to quickly and confidently detect and identify hazardous materials in order to keep the public safe,” said
In addition to MX908 device updates, an integration specification document provides standardization of integration specifications, providing technical information typically required to integrate the MX908 device as a sub-system or component of a larger system. With well-defined specifications, customers and industry partners can more easily integrate the MX908 into other platforms, software, and vehicles.
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