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1. Major Security Upgrade @ Frankfurt Int. Airport
Smiths Detection has won a contract to provide about 50 Advanced Threat Identification X-ray (aTiX) systems for security checkpoints at Frankfurt International Airport (FRA). The order from the German Interior Ministry comprises HI-SCAN 6040 aTiX and HI-SCAN 7555 aTiX systems, combined with re-inspection components, and other equipment to facilitate carry-on baggage screening for l
2. Smiths Detection Wins German Contract for Advanced X-Ray Scanners
Smiths Detection has won a 16 million contract to provide advanced X-ray systems for security checkpoints at Berlins new Brandenburg International Airport, scheduled to open in 2012. The order from the German Interior Ministry is for the Advanced Threat Identification X-ray (aTiX) systems, HI-SCAN 6040 aTiX and HI-SCAN 7555 aTiX, combined with innovative checkpoint modules for fa
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, CATSAs new order is for Advanced Threat Identification X-ray (aTiX) systems, the HI-SCAN 6040 aTiX and H
4. Smiths Detection opens Production Plant in Germany for Advanced X-ray Detection Systems
Smiths Detection opens Production Plant in Germany for Advanced X-ray Detection Systems. Much of the output will comprise Smiths Detections Advanced Threat Identification X-ray (aTiX) systems which are already deployed in major UK and US airports such as Heathrow and Washington/Baltimore. Unlike conventional systems, aTiX captures multiple views of carry-on bags in a single sweep
5. BAA signs deal with Smiths Detection to Enhance UK Passenger Checkpoints
BAA signs deal with Smiths Detection to Enhance UK Passenger Checkpoints. aTiX replaces conventional X-ray systems with computerised machines that take multiple views of a carry-on bag in the time it takes existing technology to show a single view. Software algorithms process these images automatically detecting explosives and liquids. This represents a major step forward for check
6. 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
7. Smiths Detection Wins C$27m Canadian Contract for Advanced Checkpoint X-Ray Systems
Smiths Detection Wins C$27m Canadian Contract for Advanced Checkpoint X-Ray Systems. Smiths Detection has won a C$27 million order from the Canadian Air Transportation Security Authority (CATSA) to provide advanced X-ray systems that will upgrade existing airport checkpoints. The Advanced Threat Identification X-ray (aTiX) devices can detect explosives automatically.
8. Denver International Airport enhances Security with Advanced Threat Identification X-rays
Denver International Airport enhances Security with Advanced Threat Identification X-rays. Unlike conventional X-ray systems, aTiX captures multiple views of carry-on bags in a single sweep. The system also includes powerful software algorithms which help the operator detect potentially harmful items. This software can be easily upgraded to meet any future threat needs.

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