Now that the air traffic has been reactivated, airports around the world are looking for ways to overcome the challenges they face today. That is why now, the technology is presenting viable and practical solutions that will be useful in the long term to improve airport traffic.
The long waiting lines at security checkpoints can be tedious, causing delays and, many times people missed their flights.
However, the technology organization Thales has developed a new scanner for airport checkpoints called Helixview. Which is designed to improve the checkpoint experience and optimize baggage screening and check-in time.
Helixview is a fixed scanner that shows, through electronic scanning, prohibited items, without the need to open the baggage.
The Helixview has developed thanks to artificial intelligence and cybersecurity the electronic scanning works by X-ray nanotechnology and, the reconstruction of images in 3D. This makes it possible to see the background of objects that on the suitcase.
Yannick Assouad, CEO of Thales, the digital innovations and high-tech company, said: “We are very excited to introduce Helixview, our new airport scanner. We are confident that passengers will appreciate these new, faster, and smoother security checks, with attractive and ergonomically designed systems”.
Finally, Helixview expects certification by the end of 2023, hoping to help in optimizing time at security checkpoints and, ensuring security at airports.
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