• UK start-up company wins DHS contract

    UK-based cyber-security start-up iProov Ltd has been awarded a contract worth about USD190,000 to improve self-service screening of international passengers on arrival at airports in the United States. The contract is the first award under the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and

  • Vision-Box creates miniature detection device

    Vision-Box has developed a new image capture unit as the smallest device in its portfolio. The image capture device – as yet unnamed - has both short and long range ‘liveness’ detection capacity, which means it can analyse a scene and work out exactly how many people there are in

  • EASA rapid alert underlines Syrian airspace risks

    The prospect of US-led military action against the Assad regime in Syria has prompted the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) to issue pre-emptive warnings for airlines operating in Eastern Mediterranean airspace. On 10 April, EASA advised airspace users that air-to-ground and cruise missiles

  • Croatia faces ECJ penalty over failure to implement regulations

    The European Commission is taking Croatia to the European Court of Justice (ECJ) for failing to implement aviation security rules. Regulation 300/2008 requires all EU member states to update their national aviation security legislation on a regular basis “to ensure that any security issue is

  • Seattle-Tacoma joins the ASL club

    Seattle-Tacoma is the latest international airport in the United States to deploy automated screening lane (ASL) technology. Three ASLs are in operation at Security Checkpoint 5, operator Port of Seattle announced on 3 April, after installation work was completed in late March. The lanes enable

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  • Changi T5 project progresses with contractor selection

    On 13 April Changi Airport Group (CAG) unveiled three master consultant teams to provide architectural design and engineering consultancy services for the new Terminal 5 (T5) at Singapore Changi, as well as the satellite terminal, ground transportation centre, and main landside access road. At the
  • NewPENS prepares the ground for 2030

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     BT Global Services was selected by Eurocontrol and 41 industry partners on 17 April as the new provider of data exchange services for European air navigation service providers (ANSPs), in a contract worth an estimated EUR50 million (USD61 million).  European air navigation service
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