The MagShoe was presented to delegates by officials from the Israel Airport Authority as a proven technology that works in Ben Gurion Airport and speeds up the Passenger Security Process without lowering the high level of security at the airport.
“The new MagShoe left a strong impression on officials and delegates that saw the demonstration first-hand and many have shown interest in setting up pilots and evaluation tests in their country, all of which could very well lead to major sales in the coming year,” says Dani Werber, International Sales & Marketing Manager for IDO Security.
The MagShoe‘s “shoes-on” design extends screening to the lower body and feet. It maximizes security, thoroughness and accuracy while eliminating the need to remove shoes, for increased convenience and safety. It is currently in use at international airports, cruise lines, government agencies, private homes and more, the company says.
Delegates from many countries, including Interior and Public Security Ministers from Italy, Germany, Lithuania, Panama and Israel, and security officials from countries worldwide, attended the conference to discuss topics such as technology advances, airport security, crisis management and safe communities.