Gatwick Airport looking to bolster security by measuring brain waves

Stuart Sumner
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Analysing brain waves allows for faster security checks, but the challenge is making it as accurate in the live environment as it is in the lab, says Gatwick Airport CIO Cathal Corcoran

Gatwick airport is trialling new technology which aims to help security staff recognise potentially dangerous items by analysing their brain waves. Security staff wear a piece of headgear which ...

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