Micro-X’s passenger checkpoint will be experienced virtually by the public for the first time at the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas from January 9 – 12.
The virtual reality (VR) construction of the passenger checkpoint is included at both the US Department of Homeland Security and the Transport Security Administration stands at the global tech event.
The CES is known as the world’s most powerful tech event, bringing together 130,000 attendees to experience breakthrough technologies and connect global innovators.
The event provides global business opportunities, with access to potential partners, customers, media, investors, and policymakers from across the industry and the world all in one place.
Micro-X’s passenger checkpoint is supported by the DHS Screening at Speed Program, which focuses on transformative research and development to increase security effectiveness and reduce checkpoint wait times, benefiting both passengers and TSOs.