Application uses random schedules to thwart airport terrorism

02/6/2008 | Government Computer News

An application developed at the University of Southern California is helping police at Los Angeles International Airport prevent terrorism by making their operations unpredictable. Authorities are using the application to randomize scheduling of vehicle security checkpoints, and they recently expanded it to K9 patrols.

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