Skanska USA’s Dwight Pullen offers his thoughts on how airports can maintain security during the construction of major new facilities.
Airport World reports on the trial, development and installation of a handful of new security technologies.
What’s hot and what’s not in the world of airport security? Joe Bates rounds up the latest global news.
Yves Duguay explains why airports should invest more in the customer-friendly planning, design and operation of security checkpoints.
Lockheed Martin’s Chris Varley discusses six steps for improving cyber security and asks: how many has your airport taken?
ACI’s deputy director general, Michael Rossell, reflects on improving the passenger experience with Smart Security and the growing need for cyber security.
With intelligent analysis, video cameras can potentially offer much more than just surveillance, even contributing to an airport’s bottom line, writes Bosch’s Denis Castanet.
We all know how the story can go when it comes to a bad experience travelling through an airport. You arrive hours in advance of your flight and then face seemingly never ending queues for check-in, passport control and security.
Airports looking for ‘smarter’ solutions for the security checkpoint will use connecting data as a key enabler, writes Nick Whitehead.
David Stockton explains why, in today’s high-tech world, airports across the globe still rely on dogs to help perform key security tasks.
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