Baggage screening gets smarter, as the Airports Authority of India plans to trial AI-based system at 9 Indian airports

The new system called Baggage AI has been introduced by Mumbai based start-up Dimensionless Technologies

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The Airports Authority of India (AAI) will soon conduct trial of new smart-baggage system using Artificial Intelligence (AI) across nine airports in India, including Pune Airport.

The first-of-its-kind threat detection system titled ‘Baggage AI is an artificial intelligence-based solution developed for security x-ray machines which will help in enhancing security at the airports.  This smart technology is equipped to detect various objects and other threats from the x-ray images produced during the screening of baggage and alert operatives.

Talking about this new system, an AAI official said, “The purpose is to provide better service, and simultaneously improve the structure of the airports in the country. A programme called, Innovate for Airports Programme was organised under the Startup India initiative, and this new system is a result of the same. Startups have been providing ideas and solutions for airports in India under the programme. Eight startups from about 350 were selected to implement their solutions across airports in the country.”

As per reports, this new system called Baggage AI has been introduced by Mumbai based start-up Dimensionless Technologies.

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