Detroit Airport Getting New Imaging Technology
The Transportation Security Administration is introducing new imaging technology at Detroit Metropolitan Airport designed to protect travelers' privacy while keeping them secure.
The TSA is installing new software that shows the generic outline of a person's body going through checkpoint security rather than the image of a naked body. Detroit is one of 40 airports getting the technology.
Federal security officials say the new technology screens passengers for metallic and nonmetallic threats, including explosives, without physical contact.