Security does not only begin at the aircraft. Security permeates the transport chain from start to finish. New standards are constantly emerging to facilitate an internationally homogeneous transportation regime. From shippers over forwarders and airliners through to industry associations and authorities, sooner or later all stakeholders in the transport chain are challenged to assure that air cargo worldwide is 100% subjected to the same thorough security checks.
Smiths Detection equipment has been fulfilling and exceeding international legislative requirements for air cargo screening and is committed to further enhance the security chain with its comprehensive range of detection solutions. A close security chain is increasingly becoming an integral part and a hallmark of quality for global trade activities in the future.
As mandated by the authorities air cargo on passenger aircraft has to be security screened. As a world leader in transportation security, notably airport X-ray systems used in the search for illegal or dangerous items, Smiths Detection is well experienced in providing air carriers and other stakeholders in the security chain with cargo security technologies tailored to fit their layer of security and to meet their respective legislative mandate.
Smiths Detection air cargo screening systems are designed for screening loose, bulk, containerized or palletized configurations. Experience has shown that air cargo is very much heterogeneous, starting from air mail and small parcels up to standardized container units. Depending on the respective logistics different approaches for the inspection of freight have to be found. Smiths Detection offers adequate concepts for all different scenarios. In addition, Smiths Detection also provides services for the operator training and maintenance of the air cargo screening equipment to fulfill high equipment availability requirements necessary to keep that industry running.
Smiths Detection specialists help you determine and implement the best security solution to support the processing stages for your plan.
New regulations. Increasing passenger numbers. Exacting business goals. Three challenges that demand more complex checkpoint-security solutions.
Smiths Detection has announced iCMORE Prohibited Items, its latest automated detection algorithm for baggage and cargo screening.
Smiths Detection has been awarded a contract to equip five international airports with digitally advanced security screening technology.
Smiths Detection has announced the launch of its next generation, fully automated tray return system, the iLane A20.
Smiths Detection has launched the new HI-SCAN 7555 DV dual-view X-ray scanner with increased operational efficiency.
Smiths Detection has announced the ‘Ada Initiative’, driving forward the development and implementation of responsible Open Architecture.
Smiths Detection's HI-SCAN 6040 CTiX scanner has been added to the TSA's Checkpoint Property Screening System (CPSS) Mid-Size Qualified Products List (QPL).
Smiths Detection has secured a contract to provide the customs authorities of Yokohama with two Cargo Inspection Systems (CIS).
Smiths Detection has begun installing 30 HI-SCAN 6040 CTiX carry-on baggage screening systems at Leonardo da Vinci International Airport in Rome.
Smiths Detection deploys high speed explosives detection systems into multilevel hold baggage handling system at Stuttgart Airport.
Smiths Detection's HI-SCAN 100100V-2is is its latest system to be qualified on the TSA's Air Cargo Screening Technology List.
Smiths Detection has supplied Tokyo International Airport with multiple intelligent technology solutions for a seamless and safe check-in experience.
Smiths Detection will supply a suite of leading-edge passenger baggage screening equipment at Incheon International Airport’s (ICN) Terminal 1.
Smiths Detection has launched its latest automated detection algorithm; currency recognition software, iCMORE Currency.
Smiths Detection will be supplying 47 CTX 9800 DSi explosive detection systems to the Transport Security Administration (TSA).
Smiths Detection's Explosive Detection System HI-SCAN 10080 XCT has been approved on the TSA's Air Cargo Screening Technology List (ACSTL).
Smiths Detection's HI SCAN 6040 CTiX scanner has been certified by the TSA under the Accessible Property Screening System program.
Smiths Detection, Microsoft and Heathrow have partnered to Develop an AI Tool to uncover illegally trafficked wildlife concealed in baggage and air cargo.
Smiths Detection, has today opened a new global technology development centre in Bangalore, India.
Incheon International Airport is staying ahead of threats with Smiths Detection’s next generation explosives detection systems.
Smiths Detection today announces high speed and automatic detection enhancements within the HI-SCAN screening product range.
Smiths Detection and AvSec have announced the deployment of 18 units of Smiths' new Ultraviolet (UV) light tray disinfection kit.
Smiths Detection will assist Narita Airport to install 62 units of UV light tray disinfection equipment in efforts to enable safer travel.
Smiths Detection has announced that its ultraviolet tray disinfection solution is currently on trial at Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport (CDG).
Hamad International Airport has installed innovative screening technology from Smiths Detection at its security checkpoint.
Smiths Detection has announced it has launched a new lithium batteries algorithm for the HI-SCAN 10080 EDX-2is.
Smiths Detection has announced that it has been chosen to supply integrated checkpoints throughout Heathrow Airport.
Smiths Detection will supply a full suite of passenger baggage screening equipment for Kuwait (KWI)’s new International Airport Terminal 2.
Smiths Detection has announced that its air cargo scanner, the HI-SCAN 145180-2is pro, has been added “Qualified” by the TSA for cargo use.
Smiths Detection announced the launch of its new ultraviolet light kits capable of destroying up to 99.9% of microorganisms on baggage trays.
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