Future perfect

Open architecture technology is key to futureproofing airport security in the light of imminent regulatory changes, says Pangiam’s Alexis Long

New technologies are key to identifying and tackling the increasingly complex security threats facing airports

Operators in the global aviation sector are facing the challenge of how best to counter a range of increasingly sophisticated security threats.

The answer to that challenge lies in the adoption of new technologies utilising artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), presenting a unique opportunity for airports to futureproof their security operations.

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