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121. Airports in Spain to Enhance Security with Ionscan 600 Detector
Smiths Detection has been won a contract from the Spanish Airport Operator (Aena) to equip 24 of its airports with the new Ionscan 600 explosives trace detector for passenger screening. Almost 300 of the recently launched systems, manufactured by Smiths Detection`s Watford, UK, facility, will be supplied through its Spanish distributor Tecosa. It is the first major aviation contrac
122. Smiths Detection to provide explosive detection walk-through portal at New York's JFK airport
Smiths Detection to provide explosive detection walk-through portal at New York's JFK airport.
123. aTiX Scanner Gains EU Approval for Checked Baggage Screening
Smiths Detections explosives detection scanner for carry-on baggage, the HI-SCAN 7555aTiX, has gained EU Explosive Detection Systems (EDS) approval for hold luggage. The 7555aTiX is now the only multi-purpose, multi-threat detection system for aviation security applications, which is officially EU standard approved and can be used either for liquids detection or bulk explosives sc
124. Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport Trials Smart Security Checkpoint System
Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport is testing a smart security checkpoint system from Smiths Detection. The integrated system combines advanced X-ray inspection screening and an automated tray return system, providing heightened security alongside a smoother passenger experience and improved operational efficiency.
125. Smiths Detection Launches New Air Cargo Scanner
The compact HI-SCAN 145180-2is is capable of screening objects up to 57 x 71 (145 cm x 180 cm), meeting the maximum skid/pallet size allowed by the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA). The dual-view capability speeds throughput by providing the operator with two high-resolution adjoining images, eliminating the need to scan twice to obtain the same information.
126. Melbourne Airport Upgrades Security in T2 and T4
Melbourne Airport has become the first major airport in Australia to go live with Smiths Detections latest checkpoint screening technology featuring Computed Tomography (CT) X-ray. The technology now being used in Terminal 4 allows laptops and liquids to remain in bags and has been a huge success with travellers since Melbourne Airport first ran a trial in 2018.
127. Smiths Detection Baggage Scanner Gains Key EU Approval
The high-speed system gained EU Standard 3 approval while operating at a belt speed of 0.5 metres per second, enabling it to handle between 1500 to 1800 bags per hour. Its large tunnel size permits bags of 100 x 80 centimetres to be screened and, combined with the high belt speed, offers great potential for initial hardware and operational cost savings.
128. Smiths Detections Handheld Explosives Detectors Help Increase Event Security
The SABRE 5000 is one of the smallest, lightest tri-mode handheld systems available for detecting trace amounts of explosives, chemical warfare agents, toxic industrial chemicals or narcotics. Its miniaturized detection technology is programmed to detect and identify over 40 threat substances in about 20 seconds, including common chemicals often used in Improvised Explosive Devices

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