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  • IMS Research: Europe to ease restrictions on liquids in carry-on baggage
    Since the 2006 terrorist plot to detonate liquid explosives on aircraft bound for the United States; the amount of liquids allowed in carry-on baggage has been restricted to 100ml per passenger. Efforts to ease restrictions on liquids, aerosols, and gels (LAGs) have proven difficult. The European Ci
    Editor / Provider: IMS research | Updated: 1 / 7 / 2014
  • Exit lane security changes: What airports need to know?
    The TSA says it will transfer over responsibility for airport exit lane security to the airports. Because the operational and budgetary impacts, this is a deeply contentious issue and many airports are petitioning the change.
    Editor / Provider: Bob Banerjee, NICE | Updated: 12 / 9 / 2013
  • JFK Airport upgrades to megapixels with Sentry360
    JFK Terminal One is the center of international travel, and JFK's newest addition to the facility, consist of 11 gates and two hardstands are controlled by their own state-of-the-art ramp control tower, which is equipped with radio communications and weather information. Previously, the airport had
    Editor / Provider: Sentry360 | Updated: 11 / 15 / 2013
  • Axis cams integrated with X-ray scanners secure Korean airport customs
    Gimhae Customs wanted a solution to minimize civil complaints and enhance speed and accuracy of monitoring and tracking, Gimhae Airport surveillance system is using Axis P5534 and Axis P3304 for capability of smoothly interfacing for more unified operations while providing high-definition video surv
    Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 11 / 14 / 2013
  • Morpho check-in eID combines smartphone, biometric and NFC technology
    At this year's Vodafone Innovation Days, Morpho unveiled the "My ID, My Life" demonstration. The eID-based breakthrough combines smartphone, biometric and NFC technology to offer a simpler airline check-in experience.
    Editor / Provider: Morpho (Safran) | Updated: 10 / 30 / 2013
  • Morpho (Safran) won $10 M contract from U.S. Department of Homeland Security
    Morpho (Safran), through its subsidiary Morpho Detection, announced it has received a contract valued at approximately $10 million from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) for the development of a next-generation checked baggage explosives detectio
    Editor / Provider: Morpho (Safran) | Updated: 10 / 17 / 2013
  • Future intelligence aims to decrease false alarms
    Despite the lack of major breakthroughs seen in video content analysis, future developments are aimed at reducing the rates of false alarms to further enhance usability.
    Editor / Provider: Christine Chien, a&s International | Updated: 7 / 22 / 2013
  • London airport trials self-boarding with iris recognition
    Human Recognition Systems (HRS ) has deployed an automated self-service system at London Gatwick. The world-first trial of the end-to-end biometric solution is currently in use by passengers on selected flights in the North Terminal. Designed to improve security, passenger experience and operational
    Editor / Provider: Human Recognition Systems | Updated: 7 / 3 / 2013