Analogic and software firm Stratovan have joined forces to develop next-generation threat detection software for aviation security applications.
In order to improve the capabilities of Analogic’s airport checkpoint CT solution, ConneCT, the companies have agreed to support threat detection algorithms developed by Stratovan.
Analogic noted that the co-operation marks a significant step toward the interoperability of ConneCT with modern third-party threat detection systems, thereby supporting improved level of aviation security.
Analogic global business development and government relations vice-president Mark Laustra said: “Our system, ConneCT, was built on an open platform to be able to support third-party software and peripherals, which is an advancement that has transformed the communications and software industries.
“Together, Analogic and Stratovan are working to modernise aviation security, and we are proud to announce this partnership.”
Analogic’s ConneCT was designed to allow interoperability of threat detection and network software, which are critical elements that increase the capabilities and lifecycle of computed tomography (CT) technology.
Pioneered by Analogic, the technology has been recognised as the next-generation of airport checkpoint security.
Stratovan CEO Jim Olson said: “Stratovan has defined an achievable vision for the airport of the future and is leading the way in building tools that enable interoperability for airport security.
“Now we are working with industry manufacturer, Analogic, to develop algorithms that enhance threat detection capabilities for its CT scanner for airport checkpoints, ConneCT. We are proud to partner with Analogic and believe that the outcomes will enhance both security and safety for passengers.”