Digitalisation and automation together with the deployment of more cyber technologies comes as an opportunity, but also risk facilitating the fast-evolving threat to the critical operations of air transport. Careful design and cautious systems integration are vital if airports are to become more resilient to cyberthreats. Jérôme Morandière reports.
Analogic’s ConneCT designed to lower airport screening costs, increase throughput and elevate security
Analogic’s ConneCT checkpoint security system features a new modular imaging system based on advanced medical imaging technology and an interoperable network architecture designed to maximise reliability and achieve the lowest total cost of ownership. Its threat detection software is engineered to allow passengers to keep liquids and electronics in their carry-on baggage, increase staff productivity and reduce false alarms.
An interview with Smiths Detection’s Cameron Mann, Global Market Director, and Kevin Riordan, Head of Airports & Checkpoint Solutions. By Marta Dimitrova
Battelle has produced a White Paper on ‘The Importance of Image Quality and Image Quality Verification with Imaging Based Screening Technology’. It highlights how the quality of the images produced by a CT used for security screening is critical to the ability of the CT to automatically detect explosives.
ChallengAir II was organised by the Budapest Airport Security Directorate on 7 March, 2017 at Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport. The event was organised on the initiative of security personnel of Budapest Airport for the second time.