Regulators and airport operators have joined forces to promote open architecture in airport security systems.
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Jody Summers details how Orlando’s South Terminal’s individual carrier system will enhance capacity, efficiency and the passenger experience.
By introducing new thermal camera technology, LAX Airport will be able to rapidly identify people with a potential fever, a main symptom of COVID-19.
Tory Richardson, President and CEO of Gerald R. Ford Airport, discusses the impact of COVID-19 on the airport and how its new “Fly Safe, Fly Ford” campaign will work to restore passenger confidence.
Concessionaires at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport and Midway International Airport will benefit from financial support amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Several security checkpoint lanes managed by TSA at Boston Logan International Airport will now benefit from new technology.
The growing use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and their unauthorised operation near airports poses a potential serious threat to airports and the travelling public.
New research, undertaken at Queen's University in Belfast, has lead to the beginning of a development project for more efficient security scanners.
MIA’s new system features one of the world’s largest installations of automated guided vehicles.
DFW and TSA are conducting a demonstration of a next-generation people screening scanner that can detect both metallic and non-metallic objects.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) continues to experience record breaking travel volume, and as passenger loads continue to grow, TSA continuously seeks to improve security. Here, Austin Gould, TSA’s Assistant Administrator for Requirements and Capabilities Analysis, discusses how the organisation is looking for innovative ways to address the evolving transportation…
The three-month trial will test the body scanner on a voluntary basis before the successful completion of the trial period sees more scanners installed throughout the terminal.
Visitors who do not hold a ticket will now be able to pass through security to the main body of Detroit Metropolitan Airport.
This first-of-its-kind scanner is hoped to increase the level of security offered at Las Vegas' airport, while decreasing queue time.
Screening procedures are intended to prevent prohibited items and threats from entering the secure area of the airport. However, as cyber-threats and malicious intentions evolve, so must the technologies that provide this protection.