Rapiscan Systems’ Andrew Goldsmith discusses how ports can make best use of security screening
When it comes to box scanning, although many ports aren’t too fussed by a few minutes wait, some need to consider their ‘peak’ traffic volumes, not just the average flow.
Terminal operators needs to be kept in the loop on scanning decisions, finds Stevie Knight
Flexibility will be vital in responding to whatever scanning approach is decided upon by regulators, says Andrew Goldsmith of Rapiscan.
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X-ray scanning technology is somewhat mature, according to Rapiscan’ s Peter Kant. “ We have multiple players in the market to deliver it, and the technology today isn’ t all that different from last year or the year before. “ There was a huge jump three or four years ago, but it is now fairly stable.” Of course, if someone drives a truck into the portal, then the structure and/or equipment may well have to be replaced.
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