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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9907 Scanner 1 05/12/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Sequestim A highly sensitive airport scanner is being as part of a plan to slash waiting times at security. It studies the faint light emitted by human bodies and spots hidden objects such as guns.It would no longer require passengers to remove jackets or items from their pockets at security.The walk-through scanner uses sensors originally designed to detect astronomical activity in deep space and has applied the technology to assessing the human body.An operator see the outlines of these dark spots and a computer programme then identifies them from their silhouette to discern between a mobile phone and a gun, for example.Scientists from Cardiff University in Wales and British company QMC created the new scanner, which is being trialled at Cardiff Airport this month (December). OPS: Images made by the scanner. It differentiates between a gun and a mobile phone Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9907 Scanner 1 05/12/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Sequestim A highly sensitive airport scanner is being as part of a plan to slash waiting times at security. It studies the faint light emitted by human bodies and spots hidden objects such as guns.It would no longer require passengers to remove jackets or items from their pockets at security.The walk-through scanner uses sensors originally designed to detect astronomical activity in deep space and has applied the technology to assessing the human body.An operator see the outlines of these dark spots and a computer programme then identifies them from their silhouette to discern between a mobile phone and a gun, for example.Scientists from Cardiff University in Wales and British company QMC created the new scanner, which is being trialled at Cardiff Airport this month (December). OPS: Images made by the scanner. It differentiates between a gun and a mobile phone Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9907 Scanner 1 05/12/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Sequestim A highly sensitive airport scanner is being as part of a plan to slash waiting times at security. It studies the faint light emitted by human bodies and spots hidden objects such as guns.It would no longer require passengers to remove jackets or items from their pockets at security.The walk-through scanner uses sensors originally designed to detect astronomical activity in deep space and has applied the technology to assessing the human body.An operator see the outlines of these dark spots and a computer programme then identifies them from their silhouette to discern between a mobile phone and a gun, for example.Scientists from Cardiff University in Wales and British company QMC created the new scanner, which is being trialled at Cardiff Airport this month (December). OPS: Images made by the scanner. It differentiates between a gun and a mobile phone Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9907 Scanner 1 05/12/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Sequestim A highly sensitive airport scanner is being as part of a plan to slash waiting times at security. It studies the faint light emitted by human bodies and spots hidden objects such as guns.It would no longer require passengers to remove jackets or items from their pockets at security.The walk-through scanner uses sensors originally designed to detect astronomical activity in deep space and has applied the technology to assessing the human body.An operator see the outlines of these dark spots and a computer programme then identifies them from their silhouette to discern between a mobile phone and a gun, for example.Scientists from Cardiff University in Wales and British company QMC created the new scanner, which is being trialled at Cardiff Airport this month (December). OPS: Images made by the scanner. It differentiates between a gun and a mobile phone Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9907 Scanner 1 05/12/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Sequestim A highly sensitive airport scanner is being as part of a plan to slash waiting times at security. It studies the faint light emitted by human bodies and spots hidden objects such as guns.It would no longer require passengers to remove jackets or items from their pockets at security.The walk-through scanner uses sensors originally designed to detect astronomical activity in deep space and has applied the technology to assessing the human body.An operator see the outlines of these dark spots and a computer programme then identifies them from their silhouette to discern between a mobile phone and a gun, for example.Scientists from Cardiff University in Wales and British company QMC created the new scanner, which is being trialled at Cardiff Airport this month (December). OPS: Images made by the scanner. It differentiates between a gun and a mobile phone Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9907 Scanner 1 05/12/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Sequestim A highly sensitive airport scanner is being as part of a plan to slash waiting times at security. It studies the faint light emitted by human bodies and spots hidden objects such as guns.It would no longer require passengers to remove jackets or items from their pockets at security.The walk-through scanner uses sensors originally designed to detect astronomical activity in deep space and has applied the technology to assessing the human body.An operator see the outlines of these dark spots and a computer programme then identifies them from their silhouette to discern between a mobile phone and a gun, for example.Scientists from Cardiff University in Wales and British company QMC created the new scanner, which is being trialled at Cardiff Airport this month (December). OPS: The scanner in operation at Cardiff Airport Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9907 Scanner 1 05/12/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Sequestim A highly sensitive airport scanner is being as part of a plan to slash waiting times at security. It studies the faint light emitted by human bodies and spots hidden objects such as guns.It would no longer require passengers to remove jackets or items from their pockets at security.The walk-through scanner uses sensors originally designed to detect astronomical activity in deep space and has applied the technology to assessing the human body.An operator see the outlines of these dark spots and a computer programme then identifies them from their silhouette to discern between a mobile phone and a gun, for example.Scientists from Cardiff University in Wales and British company QMC created the new scanner, which is being trialled at Cardiff Airport this month (December). OPS:The scanner in operation at Cardiff Airport Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9907 Scanner 1 05/12/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Sequestim A highly sensitive airport scanner is being as part of a plan to slash waiting times at security. It studies the faint light emitted by human bodies and spots hidden objects such as guns.It would no longer require passengers to remove jackets or items from their pockets at security.The walk-through scanner uses sensors originally designed to detect astronomical activity in deep space and has applied the technology to assessing the human body.An operator see the outlines of these dark spots and a computer programme then identifies them from their silhouette to discern between a mobile phone and a gun, for example.Scientists from Cardiff University in Wales and British company QMC created the new scanner, which is being trialled at Cardiff Airport this month (December). OPS: Images made by the scanner. It pinpoints a gun during testing Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9907 Scanner 1 05/12/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Sequestim A highly sensitive airport scanner is being as part of a plan to slash waiting times at security. It studies the faint light emitted by human bodies and spots hidden objects such as guns.It would no longer require passengers to remove jackets or items from their pockets at security.The walk-through scanner uses sensors originally designed to detect astronomical activity in deep space and has applied the technology to assessing the human body.An operator see the outlines of these dark spots and a computer programme then identifies them from their silhouette to discern between a mobile phone and a gun, for example.Scientists from Cardiff University in Wales and British company QMC created the new scanner, which is being trialled at Cardiff Airport this month (December). OPS: The scanner testing at Cardiff Airport Picture supplied by Ferrari
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