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The Top 110 Airlines on Twitter

We’ve made aviation security and keeping passengers safe in the air and other public venues a top focus. It’s the motivation behind the advanced screening technology we’ve developed that can quickly analyze bottled liquids and electronic devices for explosive materials. Keeping passenger safety and convenience top of mind, our scanners are both highly accurate and fast to keep the security checkpoint moving with minimal delay. Of course, our friends in the airline industry appreciate our efforts, which is why we're connected to many of them through social media. However, when we started bui...

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Balancing Aviation Security with the Passenger Experience [Infographic]

Now that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has moved a ban on electronics inside the airline cabin to the no-go list for the time being, passengers everywhere are breathing a sigh of relief. Business travelers will have their laptops to keep them productive. Children will have their video games to keep them quiet. All is calm in the aluminum tube. Not to cast a pall over this seemingly triumphant moment, but isn’t the recent removal of a ban is more of a reprieve than a commitment? Guidelines issued by the DHS must continue to be honored.

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These Scanners Could Let You Travel with Liquids and Electronic Devices – NextGov Article

Mohana Ravindranath | Nextgov - July 11, 2017 The Homeland Security Department is gradually tightening restrictions on what passengers can take on airplanes—an effort to thwart terrorists—but one California startup wants travelers to keep their liquids and their electronic devices when they fly. DHS Secretary John Kelly’s electronics ban prohibits travelers on inbound flights from 10 airports in the Middle East and North Africa from bringing large electronic devices onboard—anything bigger than a cellphone. More recently, Kelly has advocated for “enhanced screening” of devices for belonging to passengers on all commercial inbound flights, in addition to “more thorough passenger vetting” ...

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TSA to Evaluate New Personal Electronic Device Screening Technology as Potential Alternative to the Electronics Ban

The new electronics scanner is a compact, affordable solution that could be immediately deployed to airports for detecting explosives concealed in electronic devices. SAN DIEGO, Calif.—June 6, 2017—One Resonance Sensors, LLC (ORS), a leading global provider of advanced threat-detection solutions for aviation security, announced today that the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will evaluate ORS’ personal electronics scanner. MobiLab® ES is the only state-of-the-art inspection system that effectively screens devices such as tablets and notebooks, which are currently banned from being carried onboard by passengers on a numbe...

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TSA Approves Contract to Complete ORS’ Advanced Bottled Liquid Scanner

The US Transportation Security Administration has approved Phase 2 of One Resonance Sensors' Advanced High-throughput Bottled Liquid Scanner (BLS) contract. During the first part of 2017, the company will complete its new version of the MobiLab BLS security scanner. The MobiLab BLS is configured to work as a benchtop scanner or search-table integrated unit. Total Contract Amount: $999,225 Phase II Approval Date: December 30th, 2016 Phase II Period of Performance: December 31st, 2016 - June 30th, 2017   About One Resonance Sensors' Bottled Liquid Scanner

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