GE showcases cargo container security device

09/16/2004 | Aviation Now

General Electric is flexing its maritime security muscle by offering a palm-sized cargo container security device that can keep track of the container while it is being shipped and tell if there has been an unauthorized intrusion. "The future of global commerce depends on the ability of the shipping industry and government agencies to improve cargo security while facilitating the efficient flow of goods," one GE official said.

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