The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has awarded Analogic a $4 million contract to enable the Boston-based technology firm to further develop its ConneCT computed tomography (CT) airport checkpoint screening machines. The contract includes the acquisition of three machines that will be used to collect data and provides Analogic with financial support to develop advanced algorithms for the machines over the next 12 months. “TSA funding allows us to hire more software ...

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