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In response to criticism that passengers were not kept informed after the Terminal 3 shooting in November, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) will create a response team to assist travelers by passing out water, snacks, diapers and formula, as well as being available to answer customers' questions, during emergency operations, Daily Breeze reports.
Public safety, massive infrastructure development, higher Return on Investment from enhanced security and business continuity are driving the growth of the transportation safety and security market, as a MarketsandMarkets report (Transportation Safety and Transportation Security Market Modes, Worldwide Market Forecasts) predicts market growth to $62.96 billion in 2018. The sector currently weighs in at $37.80 billion worldwide.
Overall, a wireless mesh network is a communications network made up of radio nodes organized in a mesh topology. Wireless mesh networks often consist of mesh clients, mesh routers and gateways.
The Los Alamos National Laboratory announced what it called a breakthrough for screening liquids at airport security.
These exit pods would temporarily detain passengers before they are allowed to leave, while reducing or eliminating the need for a TSA or security officer at the terminal exits, Daily Mail reports.
The fatal shooting of a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officer last Friday at Los Angeles International Airport has renewed the debate about posting armed guards at airport security screening stations, according to Time magazine.
Chicago’s top Aviation official says she is fighting against a federal mandate that could cost the city millions for security, as the Transportation Security Administration plans to stop paying for security officers who staff exists from secured areas at O’Hare and Midway airports next year.
The University of Hawaii has partnered with Ohio company Battelle to market an unmanned robotic vessel capable of exploring disaster zones in harbor ports before first-responder personnel, according to Pacific Business News.
Incidents of lasers targeting aircraft and pilots are increasing in frequency in the New York area.