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Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Selects Xovis to Help Manage Passenger Flow

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) has selected Xovis to measure passenger wait times and provide passenger flow management technology at various security checkpoints. Xovis plans to fully equip ATL’s three domestic security checkpoints, international security checkpoint and all associated queuing areas with a total of 389 Xovis 3D Sensors. These ceiling-mounted sensors count and track…

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1st Detect’s Tracer 1000 Passes ECAC Test

1st Detect has received initial notice that its explosives trace detector (ETD), the TRACER 1000, has successfully passed the European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC)’s Common Evaluation Process (CEP) for airport checkpoint screening of passengers and airport cargo screening. The TRACER 1000 is the first mass spectrometry-based ETD to pass ECAC´s stringent laboratory testing protocol for…

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Secunet to Provide E-Gate Systems to Airports in Lithuania, Hungary & Poland

secunet easygates are set to be used at the busiest international airports in Lithuania (Vilnius), Hungary (Liszt Ferenc in Budapest and Debrecen International) and Poland (Chopin and Modlin airports in Warsaw). The secunet easygate performs thorough checks of the authenticity of electronic identity documents such as passports and identity cards by both optical and electronic…

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UCL Funded to Develop Electromagnetic Imaging

In collaboration with the Department for Transport, Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA), the University College London (UCL) has been funded £332,520 to progress their project to develop ‘electromagnetic imaging for aviation security’. Magnetic induction tomography (MIT) is a non-contact and non-destructive electromagnetic imaging technique allowing the sensor to operate on an automated basis and with…