The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has requested industry feedback about the feasibility of developing passenger self-screening stations at US airports. “Just like self-checkout at grocery stores, self-tagging checked baggage or ATM machines, many patrons prefer an experience that they can complete all by themselves, at their own pace. Personal screening stations would increase the overall passenger screening throughput,” the DHS said in a request for information ...

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