RadMark bin identification system is based upon a simple concept. If you can see it you can identify it.
Bonita Springs, FL (PRWEB) January 07, 2015
Radiopaque Solutions, Inc., the world leader in x-ray visible materials technology, announced that the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) has adopted the Radmark X-ray visible bin identification system for use at passenger screening facilities in Canadian airports. The RadMark bin identification system is based upon a simple concept. If you can see it you can identify it. A uniquely identifiable, x-ray visible, tag is placed under the rim of each bin. The identification code on the radiopaque tag matches the identification label on the bin. When the scanner operator selects a bin to be checked it is visually identified on the scanner screen by the ID number. The bin can then be easily segregated for further screening through visually matching the bin label.
Radiopaque Solutions' CEO Thomas Lachner explained:" this innovation in passenger screening technology has been evaluated and tested for the past year in by CATSA. It is now being implemented in Canadian airports as a valuable tool in effectively identifying possible threats in the system. As more and more airport security system migrate to "remote viewing", our system enables computer driven and offsite human resources to more effectively identify objects in passenger baggage."
More information is available at: http://www.radiopaque1.com