Miami International Airport (MIA) has been selected by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) as one of only two test sites for emerging perimeter intrusion detection and deterrence technologies.
Going through security at Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) just got a little easier due to an increase in the number of checkpoints utilising automated screening lane (ASL) technology.
Los Angeles International Airport is confident that the opening of the final two of the 14 Automated Screening Lines (ASLs) in its Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT) will ensure reduced security wait times and an improved passenger experience.
The Canadian government is to collaborate with the World Economic Forum and its partners to test cutting edge technologies to support secure and seamless global travel for air passengers.
Work has commenced on a £1.4 million project that Glasgow Airport believes will raise the capacity of the central search area in its main terminal by 20%.
Oakland International Airport is inviting passengers to enroll on-site in the popular TSA Pre✓ expedited screening programme during a temporary enrollment event in its Terminal 2 which ends on November 18.
Smiths Detection has won the biggest ever single order for its next-generation hold baggage scanner after Frankfurt Airport signed an agreement to purchase 35 of its HI-SCAN 10080 XCT machines.
Face recognition has long been in use at airports for e-Gate and access control applications. These co-operative image capture applications involve a stationary subject actively looking at the camera.