The Transportation Security Administration announced yesterday it would start testing air cargo screening technologies later this fall at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, as part of its $30 million Air Cargo Explosives Detection Pilot Program (ACEDPP). Tests will focus on assessing the flow of air cargo and how quickly it must be screened. In addition, testing will take place to detect carbon dioxide, which may indicate the presence of humans in cargo. The Dept. of Homeland ...
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