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Timing and frequency data for passenger divesting at Adelaide domestic airport

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The data covers the timing and frequency for divesting in the passenger screening process at Adelaide Airport, South Australia. Divesting is defined as the process of removing items from one's person before going through the screening process and placing them and cabin luggage onto the X-ray conveyor. This may also include removing items from bags to assist in the screening process.

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Project name

Evaluation of the impact of installing Liquids, Aerosols & Gels (LAGs) technology into the aviation security passenger screening environment

Access conditions

Restricted to members of Deakin University's Centre for Intelligent Systems Research team. Enquiries should be addressed via email to the project manager at dougc@deakin.edu.au

Collection start date

2008-10-01

Collection end date

2008-11-01

Material type

data

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database

Language

eng

Notes

To undertake a study into the introduction of advanced screening technology in Australian airports, specifically the security screening of domestic and international passengers (PAX). The study's aim was to report the impacts and associated costs of compl

Copyright notice

2008, Deakin University

Editor/Contributor(s)

Nahavandi, Saeid

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