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2013-04-07 23:02:58

“Millimeter Wave (MM Wave) Market - By Technology, Components (Frequency, Imaging, Radio); Products (MM Scanners, MM RADARs, MM Macro/Small Cell Backhaul); Applications (Telecommunication, Healthcare, Automotive) — Analysis & Forecast (2013 — 2018)” is the new market research report added to ReportsnReports.com store. Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) April 07, 2013 The global millimeter wave technology revenue market is expected to reach $116 million by end of 2013 and is...

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2011-02-02 08:25:00

The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) on Tuesday unveiled its new pilot program aimed at calming the uproar over full-body scanners used to screen travelers at airports around the country. The new software will no longer produce an image of the actual person said the TSA. The new scanners will be released in three US airports that will show screeners an alert on a generic male or female figure only if something suspicious is detected and will highlight the spot of concern. The...

2009-08-03 10:00:00

ROCHESTER, N.Y., Aug. 3 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced today that it will begin testing backscatter advanced imaging technology at Greater Rochester International Airport. Imaging technologies quickly and unobtrusively screen passengers for metallic and nonmetallic threats without physical contact. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20090401/TSALOGO) Backscatter imaging technology provides enhanced detection capabilities and...

2009-07-31 11:00:00

HOUSTON, July 31 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced today that it will begin testing two types of advanced imaging technology at George Bush Intercontinental Airport. Imaging technologies quickly and unobtrusively screen passengers for metallic and nonmetallic threats without physical contact. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20090401/TSALOGO) Millimeter wave and backscatter imaging technologies provide enhanced detection...

2009-07-30 09:00:00

CLEVELAND, July 30 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced today that it will begin testing two types of advanced imaging technology at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. Imaging technologies quickly and unobtrusively screen passengers for metallic and nonmetallic threats without physical contact. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20090401/TSALOGO) Millimeter wave and backscatter imaging technologies provide enhanced detection...

2008-10-02 06:15:00

By Benjamin Spillman By BENJAMIN SPILLMAN REVIEW-JOURNAL Managers of McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas on Tuesday unveiled two additions in a series of upgrades that will help the airport reach its maximum capacity of about 53 million arriving and departing passengers annually. The changes included a new wing to the D Concourse and 12 new security lanes that will make it easier for passengers to get from ticketing to the C Gates, the departure point for most Southwest Airlines...

2008-09-12 18:00:24

By KEVIN TURNER The Transportation Security Administration will soon be bringing a device to the Jacksonville International Airport that will scan a passenger's entire body in a search for weapons or explosives. TSA Federal Security Director Edward Goodwin said Thursday the airport expects a millimeter-wave scanner within the next two weeks. The technology, also called a whole body imaging machine, gives a fuzzy, sonar-like image of what a passenger has under his or her clothing. "It's a...

2008-08-04 18:00:39

By Ina Paiva Cordle MIAMI - Travelers, be aware: Your full-blown image - private parts and all - could soon be visible to a security officer, on- screen, at an airport near you. A dozen airports nationwide have begun pilot-testing whole-body imaging machines, which reveal weapons and explosives concealed under layers of clothing. "It allows us to detect threat objects that are not metallic and that cannot be detected by metal detectors, and items that are sometimes missed even in a...

2008-07-29 09:00:53

MIAMI _ Travelers, be aware: Your full-blown image _ private parts and all _ could soon be visible to a security officer, on-screen, at an airport near you. A dozen airports nationwide have begun pilot-testing whole-body imaging machines, which reveal weapons and explosives concealed under layers of clothing. "It allows us to detect threat objects that are not metallic and that cannot be detected by metal detectors, and items that are sometimes missed even in a physical pat-down, in a...


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