TSA might let you keep everything in carry-on bags—in five years or so

Enlarge / An Analogic CT scanner at JFK Airport in New York. (credit: American Airlines)

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Analogic CT scanners provide a three-dimensional view of carry-on bag contents, an upgrade from the 2D X-ray scanners more commonly used by the TSA. The Analogic machine is being tested at New York’s JFK airport. A different CT machine made by L3 was deployed in Phoenix in June 2017, and another CT machine from manufacturer IDSS was installed in Boston that same month.

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