SMIN.L - Smiths Group plc

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in GBp
+7.00 (+0.42%)
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Previous Close 1,685.00
Open 1,680.00
Bid 0.00 x 0
Ask 0.00 x 0
Day's Range 1,680.00 - 1,695.00
52 Week Range 1,257.00 - 1,701.00
Volume 814,399
Avg. Volume 917,099
Market Cap 6.792B
Beta (3Y Monthly) 0.68
PE Ratio (TTM) 23.15
Earnings Date N/A
Forward Dividend & Yield 0.45 (2.66%)
Ex-Dividend Date 2019-04-04
1y Target Est N/A
Press Releases
  • Business Wire

    Smiths Detection’s Largest Ever Order for HBS Systems Confirmed by Spanish Airport Operator, Aena

    Smiths Detection’s long-term Spanish distributor, TECOSA, has won a contract with Aena SME, S.A. worth over £128 million – representing Smiths Detection’s largest ever single order for hold baggage security scanners.

  • Business Wire

    Cargo Screening Technology by Smiths Detection at the Mega Tema Port Expansion in Ghana

    Smiths Detection has won a contract with Meridian Port Services Limited (MPS) to provide cargo inspection technology for the major Tema Port Expansion project in Ghana - designed to accommodate the world’s largest container ships, improve cargo handling productivity and increase trade to both Ghana and the rest of Africa. Four Smiths Detection HCVPZ60 scanning portals were selected to deliver the Ghanaian authorities more efficient border security, while safeguarding state revenue derived from duties and taxes on containerised goods. With trade anticipated to grow in Ghana in the coming years, these portals have been selected in part because of their ability to facilitate fast and effective security processing of a high volume of container traffic.

  • Smiths Detection Offers Reliable, Accurate Weapon Detection
    Business Wire

    Smiths Detection Offers Reliable, Accurate Weapon Detection

    Smiths Detection has added weapon detection to the innovative iCMORE family of smart and adaptable object recognition algorithms. It provides invaluable support for security operators, customs officers and other controlling authorities. iCMORE is designed to identify threats and help combat the movement of unsafe, undeclared or illegal goods.

  • Business Wire

    Smiths Detection Receives $4.2 Million to Supply Ezeiza International Airport with Advanced Checked Baggage Screeners

    Smiths Detection Inc. supplier Dainippon, has received an order to supply HI-SCAN XCT 10080, a next generation, high-speed explosives detection system , to Dainippon for Ezeiza International Airport in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

  • Smiths Detection Announces New Vehicle-Mounted X-Ray System for Commercial Security Market
    Business Wire

    Smiths Detection Announces New Vehicle-Mounted X-Ray System for Commercial Security Market

    Smiths Detection Inc. has adapted ScanVan, its vehicle-mounted mobile X-ray system originally developed to help protect ports and borders, for use in the commercial security market, at locations such as concerts, sports arenas, convention centers, schools, and at other places where temporary checkpoints are needed.

  • Business Wire

    Milan Airports to Deploy Next Generation ECAC Standard 3 EDS Technology from Smiths Detection

    Smiths Detection is pleased to announce that it has received an order to support the upgrade to ECAC Standard 3 explosives detection systems (EDS) at Malpensa and Linate Airports in Milan. Operators SEA S.p.A required an innovative and efficient solution which would not only deliver compliance, but also high levels of security and operational efficiency. “The key factors in winning this competitive tender were our technical expertise and also the strength of our service organisation,” explained Jacques Bernardi, Sales Director Europe South/West & Africa, Smiths Detection.

  • Smiths Detection Now Has Two Scanners with ECAC Standard 3.1 Approval
    Business Wire

    Smiths Detection Now Has Two Scanners with ECAC Standard 3.1 Approval

    Smiths Detection has achieved ECAC Standard 3.1 approval for its CTX 9800 DSi™ 0.5 m/s hold baggage explosives detection system. This is the second Smiths Detection scanner to achieve 3.1 approval - the highest defined hold baggage screening standard in the EU.

  • Business Wire

    Smiths Detection Wins New Contract with DHS Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Office

    Smiths Detection has been awarded an indefinite-delivery-indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction office (CWMD) to provide radiation portal monitors (RPM). Shan Hood, President of Smiths Detection Inc., said: “Smiths Detection’s extensive experience with radiation detection and checkpoint solutions, as well as our research & development investment in data solutions, makes cutting-edge screening technology a reality. Solutions, like the RPM and our ability to deliver 24/7/365 service sets Smiths Detection’s solutions apart for their efficiency and effectiveness.

  • Business Wire

    Smiths Detection Selected by U.S. Department of Defense to Develop Next Generation Chemical Detector

    Smiths Detection has been selected by the U.S. Department of Defense’s Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense ’s Joint Project Manager, Nuclear Biological Chemical Contamination Avoidance to be one of the suppliers to design and engineer an Aerosol and Vapor Chemical Agent Detector .

  • Business Wire

    Smiths Detection Receives over $50 Million Order to Provide Explosive Detection Systems for Use at U.S. Airports

    Smiths Detection has received an order from the Transportation Security Administration to supply CTX 9800 Explosives Detection Systems for checked-baggage screening. The systems, which utilize computed tomography imaging, will be deployed to U.S.

  • Business Wire

    Smiths Detection State-of-the-Art Checkpoint Lanes Chosen for Israeli Airports

    Smiths Detection and its local distributor, Eastronics, have been selected by the Israel Airport Authority (IAA) to supply 32 advanced checkpoint lanes for Ben Gurion Airport and the new Ramon International Airport, which is due to open in 2019. “Automation plays a key role in streamlining screening by literally keeping things moving and the result is increased throughput, lower per capita costs and a passenger friendly process,” explained Tony Tielen, Vice President EMEA, at Smiths Detection.

  • Business Wire

    Smiths Detection Supplies Body Scanners to Correctional Facilities in Oregon and Indiana

    Smiths Detection Inc. (SDI), in partnership with Command Sourcing, Inc., announced the sale of multiple body scanners to county correctional facilities in Oregon and Indiana this year. Body scanners have proven to be an efficient and cost-effective tool to deter the smuggling of contraband into facilities. Smiths Detection’s B-SCAN is a transmission X-ray people scanner used by hundreds of facilities around the world to detect concealed contraband which has been ingested, hidden internally, or carried beneath clothing.

  • Business Wire

    Smiths Detection Meets Customer Demand for ISO 27001

    Smiths Detection has gained ISO 27001 certification for its key Wiesbaden site. In the face of increasing data breaches, this clearly demonstrates compliance with the most rigorous data security standards and a commitment to keep customer data safe. 2017 was the worst year on record for reported data breaches with figures up over 24% on the previous year*.

  • Business Wire

    Smiths Detection Technology Expert Appears before U.S. Senate Caucus on International Narcotics Control

    At a hearing entitled “Stopping the Poison Pills: Combatting the Trafficking of Illegal Fentanyl from China”, Dr. Frunzi relayed to members of the U.S. Senate Caucus on International Narcotics Control, how advancements in technology help protect the health and safety of the public, as well as methods to intercept the illegal passage of dangerous substances, such as illicit fentanyl. In the meantime, fentanyl and the harm it can cause to users, responders and the general public will persist,” Dr. Frunzi said in his prepared remarks.