Micro-X’s passenger checkpoint has been featured in an article by global media company Forbes.
In an industrial park near Seattle’s airport, an Australian company called Micro-X is developing a system that could make air travelers’ dreams come true: speedy security screening that promises minimal interaction with TSA officers.
Micro-X is using new technology to redesign airport checkpoints to resemble self-checkout lanes at supermarkets. If it works as planned, Micro-X’s process would not only be faster, it would be less stressful for passengers and Transportation Security Administration employees.
DHS Screening at Speed’s John Fortune tells Forbes: The company’s design “breaks the mold. It would really shake up the way a checkpoint is built.”
Read the article by Jeremy Bogaisky here