Manchester Airport has shown the progress made to its £1 billion 'super terminal' which is due to open in July 2020.
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Can automated border control transform the traveller’s experience? This whitepaper compares eGates and self-service border kiosks.
DFW and TSA are conducting a demonstration of a next-generation people screening scanner that can detect both metallic and non-metallic objects.
The new document offers guidance on CT technology to help improve efficiency and the passenger experience at security checkpoints.
The new automated eGates were put into operation with the aim of enhancing international passenger experience.
The scheme will ensure that all content accessed and downloaded whilst using the offered Wi-Fi is appropriate and safe for all ages.
Adam Spurling, Compliance Team Manager at Civil Aviation Authority, discusses the impact SeMS could have on airport security, and how it is in all stakeholders’ best interests to utilise the concept.
Within a complex terminal renovation at Miami, new screening technologies have been installed to ensure passenger and luggage processing is not just efﬁcient, but as safe as possible. Lester Sola, Miami-Dade Aviation Department Director and CEO, provides more information on the on-going developments.
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…
As technologies such as artiﬁcial intelligence, robotics and blockchain increase not only the efﬁciency but accuracy of airport screening, Diogenis Papiomytis, Global Program Director – Commercial Aviation, Frost & Sullivan, explains how digital innovations are already having a powerful impact on airport screening, and why this needs to continue evolving.
Passengers will soon be able to identify themselves at Madrid-Barajas Airport with their biometric profile during a facial recognition test pilot.
NATS and MoD have extended their Future Military Area Radar Service contract to 31 March 2030, ensuring safe collaboration within UK airspace.
The new technology will enable liquids to be carried in hand luggage, revolutionising the security check procedure and reducing plastic waste.
Creating a holistic complete solution for airport security is key to securing the future of aviation.