In an article from the Security Journal UK, our Managing Director Paul Mason explains how the transition to Computer Tomography (CT) technology for X-ray scanners is the beginning of the future for airport security.
CT scanning technology generates a rotating 360° image that allows baggage screeners to review baggage content as a three-dimensional (3D) image, allowing for a crystal-clear view.
As airports transition to implementing this more advanced scanning technology, we’re proud to be supporting many major airports, including Teesside International Airport and Manchester Airports Group, through our Threat Image Recognition Training (TIRT) for security screeners on both 2D and 3D machines.
You can read the article in full here.
To find out more about our 2D and 3D TIRT, speak to one of our experts today at email@example.com and visit our dedicated TIRT page.