Airport Security Technology: After 9/11

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This qualitative study provides brief analysis of the different airport security technologies that are being implemented or evaluated after September 11, 2001. Analysis is presented by different technologies and where the potential applications are. Case studies and Frost & Sullivan analysis bolster the discussions. Some of the technologies discussed include biometrics, smart cards, explosive detections systems (EDS), RF technology, and X-ray machines.

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Airport Security Technology, Airport Security Technology: After 9/11OverviewIntroductionOpportunitiesCheck-InIntroductionTechnology and Potential ApplicationsCase StudiesFrost & Sullivan AnalysisBaggage HandlingIntroductionTechnology and Potential ApplicationsCase StudiesFrost & Sullivan AnalysisAccess ControlIntroductionTechnology and Potential ApplicationsCase StudiesFrost & Sullivan AnalysisAirport SurveillanceIntroductionTechnology and Potential ApplicationsCase StudyFrost & Sullivan AnalysisAppendixAviation Security BillTop 25 US Airports




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