WASHINGTON- Vanderlande’s concept for a passenger security screening solution for airports has been selected by the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for further design, development and operational testing. This will be done as part of the DHS Directorates of Science and Technology (S&T) rapid screening program to improve screening efficiency and the passenger experience, AviationPros reports. Continue reading the original article.
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Jan 26, 2022 – The concept will combine Vanderlande’s global experience and expertise in airport checkpoints with those of its partners, Rohde & Schwarz and dormakaba Group, which specialize in aviation security processes and technologies. Rohde & Schwarz is an airport eAIT technology provider and will supply its Quick Personnel Security scanner, while dormakaba will supply its secure access control systems.
“There has been a clear trend towards passenger self-service solutions at airports, enabling greater efficiency and independence for passengers,” said Andrew Manship, Executive Vice President, Airport and Parcel Solutions and member of the board of directors of Vanderlande. “We are excited to explore the potential of self-service security checkpoint solutions with our partners and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.”
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