Anagogic unveils next generation CT scanner for carry-on items

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Security and scanning technology developer Analogic has unveiled its latest generation checkpoint computer tomography (CT) scanner for screening carry-on items at airports.

The Analogic checkpoint CT system aims to double passenger throughput while allowing passengers to leave their liquids and laptops in their bags.

Jim Green, president and CEO, said, “As an original inventor of CT Technology, Analogic has been engineering and manufacturing CT for medical imaging for more than 40 years. CT is the medical breakthrough of our time; we no longer hear of exploratory surgery. And where human health is concerned, we don’t get an X-ray, we get a CT and a definitive diagnosis.

“After 9-11, the US government came to Analogic asking us to engineer a system based on our CT technology that could auto detect threats in baggage headed to an aircraft, and that technology is now used in over 1,000 systems across the world. CT has become the gold standard for high-speed automatic threat detection screening for checked luggage at airports worldwide; why not at the checkpoint?”

“It pains me to see the frustration that passengers face waiting in airport security lines, knowing that we have a proven solution that can cut their wait time in half, make air travel safer and much more convenient, and we can do it today. Over the last few years we’ve trialed our current checkpoint CT at multiple airports in the USA and more recently in Europe where they are planning a move to this technology. Today, London’s Luton Airport operates our current generation system in their daily operations, providing a significant reduction in passenger wait times.”

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