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GSP passenger screening gets safer and less intrusive
JUN 21, 2012

When the Automated Target Recognition Software detects potential threat items on a passenger during screening, a generic outline of a person appears on the monitor highlighting any areas on the passenger that require additional screening.

Full body imaging is now in the eye of the beholder at Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport in Greer.

Two Advanced Imaging Technology (AIT) safety screens and software, in use at GSP for the past week, were demonstrated in GreerToday.  The AIT screens passengers for both metallic and non-metallic threats, including weapons and explosives, without physical contact.

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