MCLEAN, Va., March 13, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Royal Schiphol Group is embarking on a collaboration with security technology company Pangiam to develop a new way to screen cabin baggage quickly and securely. Finally, the new technology, powered by artificial intelligence, could help travelers pass through security checks faster without compromising security.
The aim of the collaboration is to investigate how Pangiam’s new technology can speed up hand baggage screening at Schiphol and other airports. The technology uses artificial intelligence and algorithms to analyze images of carry-on baggage and identify prohibited items and other security risks. Part of this process is currently being carried out by security personnel. In the future, the technology could support employees and speed up the process for travelers.
“We are fully committed to the recruitment of safety colleagues and have recently increased the productivity of our safety equipment, of course without compromising on safety quality. This cooperation can contribute to more comfort for travelers in the future thanks to a safer and quicker hand.” Baggage control.” – Philip van Noort, Security Director at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
“The Royal Schiphol Group has an international reputation for innovation and excellent technology. This collaboration allows us to bring the benefits of artificial intelligence to the security checkpoint and improve the process,” says Alexis Long, DARTMOUTH project leader at Pangiam.
Schiphol is the first major European airport to support the DARTMOUTH project, a collaboration between Pangiam and Google Cloud. Schiphol is testing the new technology in practice and on a small scale in order to further develop the self-learning system. The technology can be applied to existing hardware and equipment, such as B. the CT scans from Schiphol. It can also be used in combination with other software. If the technology meets all requirements and European regulations and the testing phase is successful, it will be implemented on a large scale. Schiphol works closely with the National Coordinator for Security and Counter-Terrorism in this process.
The collaboration between Pangiam and Schiphol is part of a broader program to accelerate innovation and development of promising internal and partner technology solutions.
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