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- 1. SITA Forms New Group to Address Airport Security Threats in U.S.A.
SITA has formed a Secure Journeys initiative to address today’s airport security threats in the USA and to work towards creating a secure and efficient passenger experience throughout the airport. The launch of the initiative is in response to the current security climate and recent attacks on non-secure areas of the airport, including the Brussels airport bombing and Fort Lauderda
- 2. Smiths Detection Launches Integrated Airport Security Software Suite
Smiths Detection has launched Checkpoint.Evo, an innovative software solution that greatly enhances the inspection and integration capacities of airport security checkpoints. Checkpoint.Evo connects individual sensors to a fully networked checkpoint system to provide real-time data collection, distribution and management that improves both the inspection process and operational eff
- 3. CATSA to Improve Airport Security
CATSA to Improve Airport Security. Smiths Detection has won a C$19 million order from the Canadian Air Transportation Security Authority (CATSA) to provide advanced X-ray systems for use at airport baggage checkpoints. Following a similar C$27 million purchase in November 2009, CATSA’s new order is for Advanced Threat Identification X-ray (aTiX) systems, the HI-SCAN 6040 aTiX and H
- 4. Virgin Blue calls for Government to upgrade airport security without charging travellers
Virgin Blue calls for Government to upgrade airport security without charging travellers
- 5. United Airlines Working with TSA to Enhance Airport Security Experience
United Airlines and the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) have unveiled plans to further modernize the airport security experience at several of the airline’s largest hubs. As part of a joint initiative to improve the overall screening experience for customers, United, in collaboration with the TSA, will install state-of-the-art, automated security lanes, add perman
- 6. Qantas to enhance Airport Security
Qantas to enhance Airport Security.
- 7. IATA welcomes French Decision to Implement One-Stop Airport Security
IATA welcomes French Decision to Implement One-Stop Airport Security. In France, One-Stop Security for passengers and their hand luggage will be applied to individual airports this year, starting with Lyon and selected terminals at Paris Charles de Gaulle. IATA estimates that this will impact 6 million passengers and save US$30 million a year with no compromise on the quality of se
- 8. Smiths Detection Selected to Enhance Airport Security @ Gatwick
Smiths Detection Selected to Enhance Airport Security @ Gatwick. Smiths Detection has won a £2 million contract to supply London’s Gatwick Airport with advanced x-ray scanners for hold baggage as a European Union deadline for tougher security standards approaches.
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