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137. Bremen Airport Upgrades T3 Security with HI-SCAN 10080 XCT
Smiths Detections HI-SCAN 10080 XCT, a scanner for hold baggage which uses X-ray imaging and CT (Computed Tomography), has been installed at Bremens airport, in the first fully operational deployment. The advanced Explosives Detection System (EDS), launched in 2012, allows the authorities to upgrade checked baggage screening at the airports Terminal 3 to the highest ECAC (Europe
138. AMTRAK orders additional Portable SABRE 4000 Advanced Detection Systems
AMTRAK orders additional Portable SABRE 4000 Advanced etection Systems. AMTRAK has purchased additional SABRE 4000 advanced explosives detection systems from Smiths Detection to expand its capability for rapid, non-intrusive screening of passengers, trains and stations. Using proven Ion Mobility Spectrometry (IMS), the versatile hand-held system can quickly detect and identify expl
139. Major Security Upgrade @ Frankfurt Int. Airport
Smiths Detection has won a contract to provide about 50 Advanced Threat Identification X-ray (aTiX) systems for security checkpoints at Frankfurt International Airport (FRA). The order from the German Interior Ministry comprises HI-SCAN 6040 aTiX and HI-SCAN 7555 aTiX systems, combined with re-inspection components, and other equipment to facilitate carry-on baggage screening for l
140. Advanced People-Screener Deployed at Heathrow Airport
Advanced People-Screener Deployed at Heathrow Airport. Smiths Detections advanced people-screener which uses electronic, real-time imaging to detect concealed weapons or explosives, has been deployed for the first time at Heathrow Airport in London. Eqos patented, millimetre-wave imaging provides a clear, moving picture of the person in front of a flat panel in a standard checkpo
141. Airlines Using Portable Multi-Mode Threat Detection Systems to Enhance Security
Airlines Using Portable Multi-Mode Threat Detection Systems to Enhance Security. Multiple U.S. airlines have begun using Smiths Detections portable trace detection systems at boarding gates as part of an initiative to enhance airport security. The IonScan 500DT and Multi-Mode Threat Detector (MMTD) are being used to check hand luggage for traces of explosives immediately before pa
142. Manila Airport to Upgrade Security with eqo Portal Systems
Smiths Detection has won a contract to supply Manilas Ninoy Aquino International Airport with 14 advanced people-screeners which use millimetre-wave technology to check passengers for concealed weapons or explosives. The eqo portal systems, which use Automatic Target Recognition (ATR) software, will be operated for the secondary screening of departing passengers who may have raise
143. Enhanced Carry-on Baggage Screening at Washington's Three Major Airports
Enhanced Carry-on Baggage Screening at Washington's Three Major Airports. Smiths Detection has installed its new Advanced Threat Identification X-ray (aTiX) systems in all three major Washington D.C. area airports. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has upgraded security checkpoints at Washington Dulles International (IAD), Baltimore/Washington International (BWI) and
144. TSA signs US$ 26.7 million Order for Additional Advanced Checkpoint X-Ray Systems
TSA signs US$ 26.7 million Order for Additional Advanced Checkpoint X-Ray Systems. Smiths Detection has received a $26.7 million follow-on order from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) for additional Advanced Threat Identification X-Ray (aTiX) systems which will be deployed at airports across the United States.

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