How the airport security system works
The purpose of airport security screenings is to prevent dangerous substances or things, such as explosives and weapons, from being introduced inside the aircraft and to ensure that all flights reach their destinations safely. Therefore, all passengers must walk through a metal detector before entering the gate area, and both hand baggage and checked-in baggage are scanned using X-ray technology.
The rise in the number of terrorist attacks globally has surged the demand for advanced X-ray security screening systems. To help keep travellers safe, airports may use different kinds of screening equipment.
X-ray technology has been used for years for luggage scanning and airport security systems. Our new and innovative X-ray systems push the airport security X-ray detection level to the real need – to detect what is critical for airport security.
Usually, passengers place their carry-on baggage on a conveyor belt for inspection by x-ray equipment, and they walk through a portal that detects the presence of metallic objects. If the metal-detecting portal sounds like an alarm, passengers are searched further to determine the cause of the alarm and to ensure that they are not carrying objects that could be a threat to aviation security.
Since different materials absorb X-rays at different levels, the image on the monitor lets the machine operator see distinct items inside your bag. Items are typically coloured on the display monitor, based on the range of energy that passes through the object, to represent one of three main categories:
How do airport scanners work?
If you have ever wondered how airport baggage scanners work, airports use two different kinds of scanners. The first is full-body scanners known as millimetre wave scanners and create a moving image like what you are used to seeing in Hollywood films.
X-rays scanners are designed to show hidden objects beneath clothing or luggage. They can detect both metallic and non-metallic objects, ranging from guns to foods and plastics. Some airports no longer use backscatter scanners because they’re considered a privacy invasion, but they remain in use at major US, UK, and European airports.
There is a growing demand for high-performance X-ray security solutions that enable accurate identification of explosives, illegal material, guns or metals at airports. Failure in the identification of explosives can prove to be dangerous for people in a crowded complex. There is a demand for advanced screening solutions that can detect plastic or liquid-based explosives, with terrorists adopting innovative techniques to avoid getting detected at checkpoints.
X-ray screening equipment
Airport screening helps keep travellers safe by identifying hidden weapons and other hazards that are not approved for safe airline travel.
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