Transport Canada recently issued a statement outlining safety initiatives regarding the use of drones, including a new incident-reporting tool.
BAGHDAD — Iraqi authorities have started removing some of the security checkpoints in Baghdad in a bid to ease traffic in the country’s capital with a population of about 6 million people, a senior military commander said Tuesday.
MONTREAL — A coalition of business leaders in Canada’s eight largest cities is putting pressure on the federal government to reduce security screening times and cut travelling costs, saying such measures are needed to bolster the economy.
MONTREAL — A Montreal man on trial for trying to board an airplane with explosives-related materials in his suitcase says he was set up.
A pilot project at the Morses Line border crossing in Saint-Armand, Que., has travelers processed by an off-site officer through a kiosk equipped with two-way audio and one-way video.
Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (ABIA), located in Austin, Texas, has expanded its use of BriefCam Syndex, doubling the amount of licenses to further increase security and operational productivity across the airport. Using BriefCam's technology, ABIA can rapidly review, analyze and investigate large amounts of video data for maximizing security, while using the same data to get better insights into operational activities.
The largest airport in Uruguay has just inaugurated an innovative integrated border control solution. Easy Airport is the program that is offering passengers at Montevideo’s Carrasco International Airport self-service automated border control, reinforced by the simultaneous modernization of assisted procedures. Vision-Box is one of the designated partners to meet the goal of the overarching SISCA – Integrated Airport Security and Control System – of boosting security, whilst revolutionizing the passenger experience.
OTTAWA — The Liberal government is creating an office to handle inquiries from travellers who have run into problems at the airport due to aviation-security lists.
NEW YORK – U.S. airlines have been pressing the government to act to reduce the intolerably long security lines at U.S. airports. Now, they're even asking passengers for help by sharing their frustration on social media.
Border services officers are identifying and detaining more people with outstanding arrest warrants at Canadian border crossings after being given access to police information, reports CBC News.
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