Joe Bates takes a look at a handful of the latest security initiatives ranging from trialling new screening technology to efforts to make checkpoints more efficient and customer friendly.
A full-body scanner is to be installed at Dublin Airport as part of an 18-month trial of the controversial security equipment.
Auckland Airport is expanding the main security screening area at its domestic terminal as part of the preparations for the 2011 Rugby World Cup.
Does the aviation industry need to come up with a new plan for screening cargo in the wake of the foiled cargo bomb plot? Joe Bates reports.
L-3 Security & Detection Systems has announced that the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has installed more than 170 of its Advanced Imaging Technology (AIT) ProVision passenger screening systems at US airports.
UK-based Kromek has received European Union (EU) certification to deploy its liquid scanner machines at airports across the continent.
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