The Checkpoint of the Future concept proposed by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) is emerging as a model that governments and manufacturers are using as the coming gold standard for addressing future terrorist threats. Basic screening technologies in place currently include systems for explosive and trace detection, but “the technology is not there yet” for the future checkpoint, says John Pistole, chief of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). IATA agrees ...

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