Safety is friendly

Whenever I ask someone who went for a trip, as it was, all I heard was how terrible the security at the airport was. How long have they had to wait in the queue for security to get their flight canceled or delayed. After that, he must return with security to take another flight.

Thanks to Dr. Lisa Dolev's pity Airport is a thing of the past. Dr. Lisa CEO of Qylur has developed a new security screening process that has been introduced to several airports, baseball parks and several transport areas around the world. Qylatron is a scanner that has five empty cells in it where passengers or customers place their bags and things. First, they will scan a barcode that is tailored only to their bag. After inserting the bag into the empty chamber, the door closes and gets red. Then they will go through the scanner and the other side of the machine to claim their luggage. If the door is red, something inside their bag has been identified as a threat and must wait for security checks to make sure nothing is right and has a look over their bags. If the door is green then it is possible to scan their barcode and highlight their bags. Barcode is another means of security because no one has the same; therefore their lovers will be accessed only by a bar code that has been scanned to bring the bag through the scanning system.

Using Qylatron sites such as airports, baseball parks and high-traffic places will reduce the inconvenience and possible damage that can come to personal items during security checks. It also brings a sense of fun and excitement to safety with bright flashing lights and a scanning system that can run the smallest kids. Behind this machine are not just parts and tools that just go through the engines and flashing green and red lights at will, but a machine that has data, math and knowledge.

Qylatron, a new security screening system, sounds like a very comfortable way of security, but here are a few questions I have. One, will this new machine affect the prices of tickets for excursions or entry to the place we are trying to go? If you think about it, it makes sense. This machine can not be cheap, so the device would pay for it or we would pay the price as a community literally. Second, is this machine really safe? I understand that this sensor is designed to detect items that are considered dangerous or dangerous. Even if this machine can have a lot of knowledge, but it's safe, it really protects us. Finally, will it be another technology that will take away thousands of jobs from us? I know that if the bag is considered dangerous, you have to have a person choose and check the bag, but there are not more than three or four people on each station. Compared to the eight or ten that they explained, they watched and searched for the previous station.

Finally, I think Qylatron is an incredible innovation. I think that's exactly what our company needs. It brings a sense of fun and good spirit to the place where we are now afraid and we are slowly afraid to go. From September 11, security at the airport was crazy and insane, so to see something that still has the same level of security and succeeds on people's faces, it's a gift.

Source by Ellen Bell