Adelaide Airport is considering bids to update its ageing baggage screening systems, which are due for replacement in mid-2018.
Companies vying for a successful tender outcome at Adelaide Airport, with products to cut waiting times while providing advanced threat detection, include US-based Analogic Corporation with its ConneCT computed tomography (CT) scanner. This checkpoint baggage scanner has passed European certification tests, meeting the ECAC EDSCB C2 standard.
ConneCT is designed to minimise passenger inconvenience as liquids, aerosols, gels (LAGs), and personal electronic devices can remain inside hand luggage. The CT scan takes 3D images and provides the operator with a 360°view of baggage content, enabling threat items or suspicious objects to be detected by zooming in.
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