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1. Smiths Detection Unveils New High Speed Checked Baggage Scanner
Earlier this week, Smiths Detection gave the first public preview of a next-generation, high-speed scanner for screening checked airport baggage for explosives. The new scanner was developed in cooperation with Analogic Corporation.
2. aTiX Scanner Gains EU Approval for Checked Baggage Screening
Smiths Detectionís 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
3. Smiths Detectionís New Scanner to Improve Air Cargo Security
Smiths Detection has launched the HI-SCAN 145180-2is pro. Specifically designed to meet the demands of air cargo screening, this state-of-the art scanner has two newly developed 200kV X-ray generators set at 90į from each other, with one uniquely positioned under the conveyor belt.
4. HI-SCAN 10080EDX-2is Checked Baggage Scanner Gains Key EU Approval
HI-SCAN 10080EDX-2is Checked Baggage Scanner Gains Key EU Approval. HI-SCAN 10080 EDX-2is joins Smiths Detectionís HI-SCAN 10080 EDtS on the list of hold baggage screeners to have achieved EDS Standard 2 in accordance with the CEP. 10080 EDX-2is represents the latest advances in hold baggage screening in a compact system layout. The dual view capacity allows the operator effectivel
5. Smiths Detection Partners Analogic for NG Baggage Scanner
Smiths Detection Partners Analogic for NG Baggage Scanner. Smiths Detection has signed an agreement with Analogic to develop the next generation of high-speed Explosives Detection Systems for screening checked airport baggage. Under the agreement, both companies will utilise their complementary expertise in multi-energy x-ray technology and three-dimensional Computed Tomography (CT
6. 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.
7. Smiths Detection Launches iCMORE Algorithms for Lithium Batteries
Smiths Detection has launched iCMORE algorithms designed to detect lithium batteries and other potentially dangerous goods for use by its HI-SCAN 10080 XCT scanner.
8. New Screening Technology Being Tested at New Yorkís JFK International Airport
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA), working collaboratively with American Airlines, is demonstrating a new computed tomography (CT) scanner at the Terminal 8 security checkpoint of New Yorkís John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK).

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