Smiths Detection has launched a new screening and management platform - Checkpoint.Evoplus.
The software has been designed
to support next-generation checkpoint X-ray screening equipment,
streamlining security processes to help increase passenger
throughput; optimise resources; reduce operational costs; and
raise security levels.
individual components and sensors previously unable to communicate
with each other into a single, integrated and intelligent
solution; producing valuable operational data and supporting new
functions, such as centralised screening and directed search.
Networked images can be collected from all security lanes and
delivered to a team of operators based in a remote location away
from the distractions of the busy checkpoint.
Suspicious areas are
marked and classified on the images so staff know exactly where to
focus secondary inspections.
Checkpoint.Evoplus makes it easy to monitor key performance
indicators and share information via a central dashboard, which
can also be accessed from mobile devices.
The system provides the
real-time data needed to support instant decisions on resource
allocation; identifies bottlenecks in the screening process; and
also generates the historical data and reports required for
resource planning and general administration.
stringent regulations are demanding and inspiring the development
of leading edge technologies, which not only deliver the highest
possible security standards, but also offer significant
operational benefits,” said Cameron Mann, Global Market
Director for Aviation at Smiths Detection. “Checkpoint.Evoplus
holds the key to ensuring that these evolving checkpoint solutions
reach their full performance potential. It also offers exciting
possibilities for networking national and international airports.”
The new platform was developed to meet the latest requirements
from ECAC, TSA, CAAC and other authorities and is the first
solution for multiplexed image analysis to receive the French STAC
Checkpoint.Evoplus is completely vendor-independent
with an open interface that supports third-party devices,
technology and lanes. It is also 2D and 3D ready.
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