Digital security specialist Gemalto has partnered with an airline to launch a trial of biometric boarding technology in Terminal 4 at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) in the US.
The Indian Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) is reportedly planning to deploy robotic canines at airports across the country in an effort to boost security.
The UK's Cardiff Airport is set to trial a new super-sensitive passenger scanning system that can reveal hidden security threats and boost security.
Melbourne Airport in Australia has signed an agreement to trial Smiths Detection’s computed tomography (CT)-based checkpoint scanner system to improve passengers’ experience.
Cybersecurity investments by airports and airlines are increasing year-on-year and expected to total $3.9bn in 2018, according to a report from technology firm SITA.
Turkey’s Esenboga International Airport has signed an agreement to help boost security by deploying Apstec Systems’ fully automatic real-time mass people screening solution, called the Human Security Radar (HSR).
Chinese airports and airlines have boosted their IT spending with a particular focus on cybersecurity, according to the SITA 2018 Air Transport IT Insights for China.
Terminal 4 at New York's John F Kennedy International Airport has partnered with technology firm Clear to introduce biometric scanners for passengers in the US.
Honeywell has completed initial testing of its new Surface Indications and Alert System (SURF IA) safety technology that is intended to reduce accidents and collisions on runways.
New Zealand's Wellington Airport has temporarily closed its controlled airspace after a drone was seen flying ‘dangerously close’ to the runway.