TSA: San Jose's $41M baggage system is "the latest and greatest"

Eight new CT baggage scanners at Mineta San Jose International Airport in California can process the same volume as 20 older machines, helping to reduce delays and keep costs down, according to airport officials. Four of the 3-D scanners are being installed in Terminal A and four in Terminal B under a $41 million federal grant that will also provide a high-tech conveyor system. Most airports use X-ray technology for baggage screening, and about 52 have updated scanners, but San Jose is the first with "the latest and greatest" new model from General Electric, according to TSA spokeswoman Suzanne Trevino.

View Full Article in:

San Jose Mercury News (Calif.) (free registration)

Published in Brief:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Transportation

Job Title Company Location
Sr. Data Warehouse Developer
US Airways
Phoenix, AZ
Senior Specialist Airport Leadership Development
Alaska Airlines
Seattle, WA
Technician - Line (Avionics)
United Airlines
San Francisco, CA
Sr Analyst Alliances
Alaska Airlines
Seattle, WA
Training Standards and QA Manager
Spirit Airlines
Miramar, FL