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Passenger and Baggage Security Screening Challenges in Marine Mass Transit

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1 Author(s)
Robert Hoaglund ; hoaglund@volpe.dot.gov

As technologies continue to develop and test for deployment in marine mass transit applications, industry and government strive to make successful products that will provide cost effective solutions. These solutions will most probably emerge from a fusion of several technologies to create a more complete, multi-threat coverage. Many labor intensive technologies will be replaced by automated, accurate systems of the future. Until then, effective compensatory measures for technology gaps will continue to be the interim solution in deterring a significant security event in the ferry transport system.

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2007 IEEE Conference on Technologies for Homeland Security

Date of Conference:

16-17 May 2007