Advanced X-ray Machines for Airport Security Under Development

August 2007
Airport Security Report;8/1/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 15, p2
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The article reports on the plan of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to test advance technology (AT) X-ray machines, including multi-view and high definition X-rays, at airport security checkpoints in the U.S. The tools are designed to provide greatly enhanced explosive detection capabilities for carry-on baggage. Contracts for the pilot program were awarded to L3 Communications, Smiths Detection and Rapiscan Systems.


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