New technology to avoid having to take out mobile phones and computers at airports

Hamad International Airport (HIA) in Qatar has installed the latest security screening technology, which is an advanced algorithm that enables security personnel to easily detect explosive materials contained in complex items and structures.

This will help to avoid having to remove electronic devices such as laptops, tablets, digital cameras, etc. of hand luggage while passing through the security checkpoints, which greatly streamlines the process and avoids spoilage, also obtaining a hygiene benefit.

The new C2 technology will be implemented initially at all transfer detection control points, following the gradual reopening of the transfer doors. Significantly improve airport security while speeding up the screening process and increasing throughput. The application of this system will allow HIA to achieve a higher and internationally recognized explosives detection system standard.

The application of this latest technology will increase HIA’s passenger processing capacity while reducing waiting times at security checkpoints. He is now studying the possibility of implementing body scanners to provide better security results while slowly facilitating all body search procedures.

The goal is to reduce contact during body searches, but will also include antibacterial trays at checkpoints and automated UV emitting modules that will automatically disinfect trays that passengers touch to further safeguard everyone’s health and safety.

It is considered the third best airport in the world, famous for its investment in robotics and advanced thermal detection helmets. HIA also purchased disinfectant robots and ultraviolet disinfection tunnels.

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