This is Scanning Systems' vision for the free movement of goods and people between African countries.


In an ever more globalised context, with cross-border trade constantly increasing, and where the challenge of security is omnipresent, Scanning Systems is a forerunner in its field.

For over a decade now, we have been providing our African clients with innovative and integrated technological solutions, through BOT contracts, for the implementation and operation of the latest generation of border control infrastructure and equipment.

Also, and above all, Scanning Systems is a team of determined and experienced men and women, dedicated to the success of their mission on a daily basis at our various sites in Abidjan, Banjul, Cinkansé, Ouagadougou, Lomé and Bamako.

Our commitment remains constant: to actively promote regional and continental integration according to the highest standards of quality and safety, serving the development of the African continent. 




As a West African pioneer in the construction and operation of Joint Border Posts (JBP), Scanning Systems has been operating the WAEMU first JBP in Cinkansé (Burkina Faso/Togo border) since 2009, via a Public Private Partnership.

Our company offers technical solutions for the design, financing and implementation of integrated logistics and technological management platforms in the transport sector.


for the Best Promoter of African Integration, awarded by the President of the Republic of Côte d'Ivoire, His Excellency Alassane Ouattara. 


  • The Cinkansé JBP is a model for sub-regional integration. 

    Soumaïla CISSE

    Former President of the WAEMU Commission (2004-2011)

  • Today, we are proud of our integration. We have modern facilities. Many countries in Africa would like to draw inspiration from the way the WAEMU does things on our borders. 

    Makan Fily DABO

    Malian Minister of Infrastructure and Transport

  • We can now say goodbye to the long distances we travel every day to collect drinking water. We thank Scanning Systems for this donation. 

    Denise YANGANE

    Representative of the women of Hornogo village.

    Recipients of a water pump donated by Scanning Systems.

  • Before, the waiting time for us drivers was 4 to 5 hours. Now, with the Joint Border Posts, this time has been considerably reduced

    A user of the JBP in Cinkansé


Scanning Systems has its head office in Abidjan and representative offices in Ouagadougou, Lomé and Bamako to facilitate coordination of its operational activities.