Liquids, Gels and Laptops May Remain in Bags

AINsafety » March 18, 2013
March 18, 2013, 11:48 AM

Analogic’s new Cobra checkpoint tomography system was certified last week to meet both European Civil Aviation Conference Type D and D+ Standard 2 performance standards for threat detection. A portion of these standards includes the ability to detect threats accurately even when passengers leave laptop computers and liquids in their carry-on bags.


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