TSA’s CT Expansion Plans

TSA has announced it plans to have 40 CT units in operation by the end of 2018. By the end of 2019, the aim is to have 145 operational CT scanners at TSA checkpoints.   Why is this an important [...]

Innovation in Bag Tracking

The revolutionary nature of Electronic Bag Tags (EBT) has been part of discussions for several years. Despite its promise to optimize baggage handling operations in the world’s airports, EBTs [...]

Security Innovation: Biometric Pilots in U.S. Airports

As biometric technology expands, travelers may expect an additional camera awaiting them at select American airports.   U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) – Exit Checks The U.S. [...]

New Personal Electronic Device Measures & Critical Path Considerations for Operators

Originally posted on the Seeing Clearly blog 30/06/17   As anticipated, on Wednesday the United States Department of Homeland Security’s Transportation Security Administration (TSA) issued [...]

The Laptop Ban: Five Critical Path Considerations for Regulators

Originally posted on the Seeing Clearly blog 15/06/17   (Written on a laptop on a flight from Paris to Denver.) The US government has hinted at the expansion of a current laptop ban, which [...]