Security Screening, Detection and TSCM Services

Security screening and detection services detect and remove potential threats before people, baggage or parcels are allowed into a secured area.

Typically placed at the perimeter of the protected area, security screening and detection rely on a combination of technology and manpower (and sometimes dog-power) to control access to the area and to prevent weapons, explosives or other life-threatening objects from entering.

Technical surveillance countermeasures (TSCM), are a security service which detects and disables technical surveillance equipment.

Our approach to security screening, detection and TSCM services

The best technology: We use the latest equipment, all approved by US and/or European authorities for airport security use.

Trained, experienced staff: With more than 10 years of experience and extensive, ongoing training and tests, our staff are ready to ensure security without compromising the guest experience. All staff receive training in equipment operation as well as the best way to confiscate banned items and conflict de-escalation. In Scandinavia alone, AS Solution has controlled over three million people and their luggage.

Mobile and flexible: Our unique mobile setups can be ready in hours. We have the equipment and trained staff necessary to respond to client requirements on short notice.

Security screening services

AS Solution provides temporary or ongoing services within screening, detection and TSCM:

  • X-ray scanning of post and parcels; luggage and bags; air cargo
  • Metal detection for checking people – walk-through gates and handheld wands
  • K-9 detection of bombs/explosives, narcotics and chemicals
  • Explosive trace detection for detecting explosive chemical presence on people and goods
  • Technical surveillance countermeasures (TSCM) to detect and disables technical surveillance devices
  • Security screening consulting


  • Sport and cultural event organizers: Concerts, games at stadiums, live mass TV shows, etc.
  • Convention organizers: Trade shows, conferences, governmental and NGO meetings
  • Cruise ship owners: Dockside control of passengers, baggage and supplies
  • Corporate security departments: Shareholder meetings, events, mail and parcel control
  • Shipping and airfreight operators: Screening of containers, palletized and other shipments