Screening

Screening

imaging technology

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The Ithaca Tompkins Regional Airport, US, debuted its first full-body advanced imaging technology scanning machine recently. The new technology, using an automated target recognition...
US Air Force

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The Israeli technology that detects debris and damage on airport runways is being operationally evaluated now by the US Air Force. The technology is aimed...
airport

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he US Transportation Security Administration has implemented changes to pat-downs at airports, which some travelers said resulted in more invasive screenings at airports. The...
airport security

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A new airport security technology developed. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is to be the first to use new ultraviolet scanners, eliminating the need for passengers...
improvised explosive

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  On the first floor of the Robert H. Mollohan Research Facility is a small team of researchers who are quietly developing a new, game-changing...
airport security

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The majority of airports in the US do not have full employee screening at secure access points, resulting a serious insider threat to airport...
safe city

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Various measures will be involved in the securing of the upcoming US Presidential inauguration event, turning Washington, DC into a platform for Safe City...
airport security

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The 21st century has been presenting more and more challenges in securing crowded areas. Technologies have been developed due to, among other reasons, terrible...
emotion recognition

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Emotion recognition technologies can advance researchers’ ability to get deep insights into consumer behavior, but it seems that they could also be applied to...
facial recognition

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A new project aims to reduce the confidence score of facial detection and recognition by providing false faces that distract computer vision algorithms. A Berlin-based...

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The 9/11 attacks are among the most well-known security threats, and they upended how we travel. To protect passengers and crews, airports have made...

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Biosensors can be useful for businesses as well as for security and defense organizations. BioMensio from Finland is developing a smart handheld bio-screening sensor...

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Many new security systems are developed for airports over the backdrop of the U.S. Safety Act which encourages companies to develop anti-terrorism technology. One...

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Cornell researchers have found that like humans, computers based on machine learning can be fooled by optical illusions, which raises security concerns. Cornell graduate student...

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FlyCam UAV launched two new UAVs. The Cypher 6, a commercial-grade hexacopter, and the NEO, an all-weather commercial co-axial octocopter. The new developments can...

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Biometrics and IoT (Internet of Things) technologies represent a symbiotic match that together will drive further IoT adoption, according to techzone360.com evaluation. The IoT market...

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An advanced radioactive threat detection system completed its first large-scale citywide testing of more than 1,000 networked, mobile radiation sensors in Washington, D.C. Several hundred...

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Security checks in airports take time and often keep passengers waiting in long queues. As new screening technologies are gradually adopted, airports also make...

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iHLS Conference on Video Analytics today at Rishon LeZion was a great success. Hundreds of professionals and experts in this field participated in the...

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Safran Identity & Security (previously known as Morpho) is a world leader in the security sector, combining several key areas of expertise to give...

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