The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will be trialing computed tomography (CT) scanning technology this month at two airport checkpoint lanes, one in Phoenix and another in Boston. The first demonstration will take place in Phoenix in cooperation with Dallas/Fort Worth-based American Airlines. CT machines—which borrow sophisticated scanning technology from the medical field to provide clear, 3-D images of a bag’s contents—are seen as a key to moving to ...

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