Artificial Intelligence, or AI, is everywhere. It pervades daily life and many different industries and has a key role to play in aviation security.
AI techniques such as deep learning have led to the development of smart, adaptable algorithms for the automatic detection of an expanding list of dangerous, prohibited and contraband goods and substances. They provide invaluable support for security operators, customs officers and other controlling authorities.
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Our forthcoming webinar will investigate the power and breadth of smart and adaptable object recognition for the automatic detection of dangerous, prohibited and contraband goods and substances, such as lithium batteries or weapons.
It will give an excellent overview, answering many questions such as how does it work; ‘can it detect anything’; ‘who will benefit’; and ‘what impact will it have’.
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Detecting handguns, gun parts, flick and fixed-blade knives, iCMORE Weapons was developed to support aviation security operators at passenger checkpoints, increase efficiency and detection accuracy.
Digital support for security operators
High probability of detection
No impact on existing certifications
Easy upgrade in the field
We chose to deploy automatic weapon detection in order to expose weapons and guns, which is the most significant aspect of aviation security, and to avoid human errors in the process.