The iCMORE family offers automatic detection of an ever-expanding list of dangerous, prohibited and contraband goods, such as handguns, ammunition, flick and fixed-blade knives, lithium batteries and other dangerous goods.
The additional detection capabilities not only help to reduce the burden on image analysts, but also improve detection performance and therefore increase security.
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“The successful installation with Smiths Detection has boosted the Korean Airports Corporation (KAC)’s threat detection capabilities. Our experience with the first of its kind iCMORE Deep-Learning Solution has met our expectations on detection accuracy and efficiency. The automation and artificial intelligence technologies assure us that our travellers are safe and secure, which is our utmost priority.”
iCMORE can be deployed in the screening of hand-baggage and hold-baggage. It has the ability to identify weapons in hand-baggage, as well as lithium batteries and other dangerous goods in hold-baggage. This functions whether concealed or not.
The high throughput nature of stadiums means there is a heightened risk of dangerous goods or weapons making it past security. With iCMORE integration, operators will be able to cope much more easily with the flow, and so are in a better position to keep people safe.
Since the pandemic air cargo has seen increased demand across the globe. Alongside this therefore there is greater risk of dangerous goods passing through undetected. Screening devices, when integrated with iCMORE technology will dramatically reduce the likelihood of operator failure.
Equipping entry and exit points with the best technology available provides the first line of defence against threats that put the safety of people and property at risk. In government buildings, prisons, office blocks and world heritage sites, iCMORE technology will reduce the burden on all image analysts and help ensure the premises are kept secure.