Development and Deployment of Fusible Technologies for the Checkpoint
The Fourteenth Advanced Development for Security Applications Workshop (ADSA14) was held on May 10 – 11, 2016 at Northeastern University in Boston, MA. The title of the workshop was, “Development and Deployment of Fusible Technologies for the Checkpoint.” The ADSA workshops are convened by the DHS Center of Excellence (COE) for Awareness and Localization of Explosives-Related Threats (ALERT). These workshops are by invitation only.
Agenda: Click Here to view the workshop agenda.
- Emerging fusible hardware and algorithms
- Specifying, testing and deploying fusible technology
- Airport case studies
- Concept of operations
The presentations from the ADSA14 Workshop are now available at the following link: http://alert.northeastern.edu/transitioning-technology/adsa/final-reports-and-presentations/adsa14-presentations/.
The final reports for all previous ADSA workshops can be found at: http://alert.northeastern.edu/transitioning-technology/adsa/final-reports-and-presentations/.
If you would like to acquire equipment on TSA’s qualified product list (QPL), please see the “Evolution of Certification Criteria” which is linked here.
A summery of topics of interest to our ADSA community, and transportation security related opportunities, are linked here.
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