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1. New Lithium Batteries Algorithm for Smiths Detection HI-SCAN 10080 EDX-2is
Smiths Detection has launched a new lithium batteries algorithm for the HI-SCAN 10080 EDX-2is, its dual-view air cargo and checked-baggage screening system. The algorithm will provide automatic detection of lithium batteries in all freight and baggage screened for explosives by the HI-SCAN 10080 EDX-2is, reducing the burden on image analysts with very low false alarm rates. Publish
2. Vietnam Airlines Enforcing Ban on Damaged or Recalled Lithium Batteries
Vietnam Airlines has started enforcing a ban on transporting Lithium batteries and electronic devices using Lithium batteries which might affect flight safety on all flights. Specifically, Vietnam Airlines prohibits carrying on board any form of:
3. Cathay Pacific Bans Smart Bags with Non-Removable Lithium Batteries
Effective 1 January 2018, smart bags with non-removable lithium batteries will not be accepted as cabin or checked baggage on Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon airlines. Smart bags are a new type of luggage that feature integrated lithium batteries for the purpose of charging an external device or to provide power to the wheels of the bag.
4. 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.
5. Lazada Thailand to Upgrade Security with Two HI-SCAN 100100V-2is Systems
Smiths Detection has been been selected by Lazada Express, Lazada Thailands delivery arm, to upgrade its cargo screening technology. Lazada has ordered two HI-SCAN 100100V-2is X-ray inspection systems enabled with iCMORE Lithium Batteries, to help automatically detect undeclared, unsecured lithium batteries which are capable of igniting when shipped by air. Published by TravelNews
6. Airbus Activates Plan B for A350 XWB Batteries
Airbus has said it is confident that the lithium ion (Li-ion) main battery architecture it has been developing with Saft and qualifying for the A350 XWB aircraft is robust and safe, and as such the A350 XWB flight test programme will continue as planned with the qualified Li-ion main batteries.
7. ICAO Prohibits Lithium-Ion Cargo Shipments on Passenger Aircraft
ICAO has adopted a new aviation safety measure which prohibits, on an interim basis, all shipments of Lithium-ion batteries as cargo on passenger aircraft. The councils decision, effective 1 April 2016, pertains only to Lithium-ion batteries shipped as cargo on passenger aircraft, and not to those contained in personal electronic devices carried by passengers or crew.
8. Governments Must Clamp Down on Rogue Lithium Battery Shippers
IATA has joined leaders of the lithium battery supply chain to demand stricter enforcement of international regulations regarding the transport of lithium batteries. In a joint letter to Ministers of Trade, Industry and Transport, and Directors of Civil Aviation in the worlds largest lithium battery manufacturing and export countries, IATA, PRBA, the US Rechargeable Battery Associ

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