New Technology Promises Rapid Scanning Of Containers

Credit: Decision Sciences
Most cargo containers destined for U.S. ports are not screened for hazardous substances such as explosives or even nuclear materials. A law passed in 2007 called for that to be done by 2012, with 100% scanning of freight containers at the port of loading, but that goal was not met because the...

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