Pangiam Starts Trial at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol USA - English USA - English

MCLEAN, Va., Nov. 28, 2023 ~ Pangiam, a leading security technology and vision AI company, has successfully completed an exploratory assessment of Project DARTMOUTH's threat detection capability at the Organization for Applied Scientific Research (TNO) in the Netherlands. This milestone gives Amsterdam Airport Schiphol the confidence to commence the next stage trials of Pangiam's Project DARTMOUTH in collaboration with the airport.

Project DARTMOUTH is intended to transform airport security screening using artificial intelligence to enhance inspection of carryon bags. This phase of trials allows for iterative development and refinement of the system, with successful pilot and EU regulatory compliance needed to pave the way for full-scale implementation at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.

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Fred de Winter, Senior Manager Security at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, expressed his excitement about the strong results achieved by Pangiam in the exploratory assessment. He said that these results give them great confidence in their collaboration with Pangiam and its potential impact on their security checkpoint operations.

Alexis Long, Head of Project DARTMOUTH at Pangiam, said that they are making significant strides as they transition into the next stage trials, thanks to Schiphol's invaluable support. He added that this testing phase in a real-world environment is crucial in fine-tuning their technology and ensuring it aligns seamlessly with existing infrastructure.

The announcement marks a deepening of collaboration between Pangiam and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol to transform aviation security checkpoints. The collaborative effort will improve both efficiency and security of screening procedures, ultimately offering travelers a rapid, hassle free and more secure passage through security checks.
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