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Press Coverage of Insight100
Cobalt receives significant coverage for the launch of its revolutionary new bottles screener.
Cobalt Light Systems has received European approval for its revolutionary INSIGHT100 bottle scanner, which enables aircraft passengers to carry liquid items larger than 100ml once more. Airports could now allow passengers to take items such as water, cosmetics, perfumes and duty free through airport security channels from as early as 2013. The current ban on items over 100ml in hand baggage can only be lifted when airports are able to effectively screen quickly and without opening the containers. INSIGHT100 screens individual bottles in less than 5 seconds to determine whether there is a security threat.
BBC news coverage of Insight100 airport scanning technology.
For some, the bottle ban on planes is seen as a victory for terrorism. It looks like it is on the way out thanks to a novel laser scanning technology
Fri 20 Jan 12 from New Scientist
Cobalt Light Systems has received European approval for its revolutionary INSIGHT100 bottle scanner, which enables aircraft passengers to carry liquid items larger than 100ml once more. ...
Thu 19 Jan 12 from PhysOrg
A new security machine scans bottles to determine if the contents are safe to take on the plane.
Thu 26 Jan 12 from Discovery.com
After terrorists tried to fly with liquid explosives back in 2006, air travelers have been limited to bringing only small bottles onto planes. But that inconvenience could soon be gone if Cobalt's ...
Sat 21 Jan 12 from Gizmodo
Airports could allow passengers to take liquids over 100ml in volume as hand baggage from 2013 after approval of a new scanner.
Sun 22 Jan 12 from The Engineer
European regulators have approved new UK-developed airport security technology, paving the way for current passenger liquid restrictions to be lifted from next year onwards.
Mon 23 Jan 12 from Airport International