PM Narendra Modi will inaugurate the Maharishi Valmiki International Airport of Ayodhya tomorrow i.e. on 30th December. Many advanced technologies have been used in this new airport built in Shri Ram’s city. This international airport built in Ayodhya is spread over 65,000 square meters. After the consecration of Shri Ram Temple here on January 22, 2024, 10 lakh pilgrims are expected to come every year. New scanning technology will be used at this airport. Vehant Technology has installed 7 X-ray machines for scanning the luggage of passengers arriving at the airport.
7 advanced X-ray machines have been installed
Airport Authority of India (AAI) has given the responsibility of installing 7 X-ray scanning machines at Ayodhya Airport to Vehant Technology. This X-ray machine equipped with advanced imaging technology will examine the luggage arriving at the airport. All these X-ray machines are equipped with advanced imaging technology. It can detect any kind of weapon, explosive and package etc. present in the bag. Such algorithms have been used in the scanners of these machines, which can identify prohibited items.
Special X-ray machines have been installed at Ayodhya Airport, which work on advanced image sensing technology.
Vehant Technology has installed a total of 7 X-ray machines here, which include KirtiScan 6040 DV X-ray bag scanners and KirtiScan 100100 for large bags. In these X-ray machines, the items being scanned can be seen horizontally and vertically. Apart from this, a high-density alert and self-diagnosis features are also provided in it.
Multi-energy X-Ray technology has been used in KirtiScan 100100. It is also equipped with threat image protection feature. It also has a large centralized super console and video management feature, which improves its operational efficiency.
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