Screening

Screening

Facial recognition software illustration

The United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has made plans to launch a facial recognition software pilot at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas....
airport illust

New scanners will make traveling through UK’s airports more secure and simple. Currently, passengers taking liquid in their cabin baggage are restricted to containers...
airport security

With a huge chunk of global population emerging as air-travelers, demand for safety and security from the aviation sector is propelling the airport security...
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A new miniature camera could find a place in the vision systems of autonomous vehicles, onboard planes or satellites to study atmospheric chemistry, or...
compact explosives detector

  Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology have managed to develop a portable and compact sensor that can detect explosive material such as DNT...
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There is a growing demand for automating weapon detection at scale, be it at airports, shopping malls, or sports stadiums. In fact, the weapons...
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The US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) processes nearly million visitors a day. The agency is responsible for border management and control, customs, immigration,...

We are delighted to invite ground-breaking startups developing disruptive solutions in the security, defense and HLS fields to take part in the prestigious iHLS...
perimeter & offshore security

Attend the leading Border, Perimeter & Offshore Security Conference and Exhibition on May 7, 2019 at the Lago Conference Center, Rishon LeZion West. Israel is...

AI will speed passengers and visitors through checkpoints, lower operating costs, and dramatically improve security. A new Artificial Intelligence (AI) software platform released recently...
air cargo

An algorithm-based software innovation could significantly improve the efficiency of cargo X-ray screening process, detecting possible threats in aircraft cargo, despite complex X-ray images. Air...
big data

The screening process for the US Air Force’s elite Special Warfare troops is highly selective, and the training course candidates face a gantlet of...

Waiting lines in airport security checkpoints pose a serious challenge for new security technologies. A research team led...

A next-generation Enhanced Advanced Imaging Technology for checkpoint security screening has been operated for the first time in...

Eye-scanners that detect deception appear to hold much promise, and are faster and cheaper than traditional polygraph tests, for example during employee recruitment processes....

Detecting small amounts of dangerous nuclear material in one container out of millions is a challenge to security professionals worldwide, as solutions are needed...
cctv industry

Artificial Intelligence can be a powerful and versatile new tool with huge potential to drive the public safety sector. The technology can be applied...
terrorism

Asymmetric warfare, meaning conventional militaries combatting guerrilla and terrorist organizations, has long posed a challenge for states. New technology combining mobile platforms with the...
explosives detection

In order to upgrade and improve airport security systems, the U.S. government and airport security experts are working to develop vendor-neutral software for explosives...
airport security

The protection of passengers, staff and aircraft in the airport and its vicinities from crime, terror and other threats has always been on high...
Artificial Intelligence

Video Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Deep Learning is now being used to help schools across the U.S. rapidly and cost-effectively enhance safety and security...
x-ray screeninig

The emergence of homemade explosives has placed many challenges on aviation security screening. In an attempt to cope with the threats, the US Department of...

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