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17. Smiths Detection to Upgrade Security at Darwin and Alice Springs Airports
Northern Territory (NT) Airports has appointed Smiths Detection to upgrade the checked baggage and passenger screening systems at Darwin and Alice Springs airports. Smiths Detection will install seven units of HI-SCAN 6040 CTiX as part of an integrated checkpoint with iLane.evo, the automated tray return system for automated tray handling, to deliver a steady flow of trays so trave
18. Smiths Detection Wins Ashgabat Airport Security Contract
Smiths Detection has won a contract from Polimeks Construction to supply a comprehensive range of advanced detection equipment for the new Ashgabat International Airport in Turkmenistan. Smiths Detection will supply advanced X-ray systems for hand baggage screening at security checkpoints, as well as millimeter-wave scanners for people screening and trace detection systems.
19. Smiths Detection Wins Major Abu Dhabi Airport Contract
Smiths Detection has won a contract worth US$125 million to provide a comprehensive range of advanced detection equipment for Abu Dhabi Airports new terminal. In one of its biggest single airport orders, Smiths Detection will equip the terminals entire hold baggage and passenger screening checkpoints with a range of systems to help increase the airports annual capacity towards 4
20. Smiths Detection wins US$21 million Order from U.S. Government
Smiths Detection wins US$21 million Order from U.S. Government. Smiths Detection has won a US$21 million contract from the U.S. Transportation Security Administration for aTiX - an X-ray machine that can automatically detect explosives and liquids at passenger checkpoints. The contract follows successful trials run by the TSA at airports in the United States. This initial order wil
21. Smiths Detection Enhances Airport Security at Dubai World Central
Smiths Detection has installed a range of advanced detection equipment for Emirates Group Security at its facility in Dubai World Central, a purpose-built economic support zone around the new AI Maktoum International Airport. As part of this Multi-million Dirhams contract, Smiths Detection supplied four dual view HI-SCAN 180180-300kV-2is, medium energy X-ray cargo inspection system
22. London Luton Airport to Upgrade Security with Smiths Detection
Smiths Detection has won a major contract to upgrade security screening at London Luton Airport (LLA) as part of a 100 million transformation of the airport. Smiths Detection will provide LLA with new passenger screening technology including the HI-SCAN 6040-2is X-ray scanners and the new Checkpoint.Evo networked checkpoint system alongside the rapid tray return system supplied by
23. Smiths Detection Launches Threat Identification Module for Liquids
Smiths Detection has launched a Threat Identification Module (TIM) for liquids, allowing an upgrade of its standard X-ray baggage screening systems to enable the detection of liquid threats. Designed as a simple add-on, TIM can be readily attached to Smiths Detections widely used HI-SCAN 6040i and HI-SCAN 6046si scanners.
24. Smiths Detections HI-SCAN 10080 XCT EDS Passes TSA Laboratory Certification
Smiths Detections HI-SCAN 10080 XCT Explosives Detection System (EDS) has passed laboratory certification for high-speed checked baggage screening from the United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA). The XCT is an imaging solution based on Smiths Detections dual-energy, dual-view X-ray technology and Computed Tomography (CT) technology from Analogic Corporation.

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