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Point of Entry Screening for Coronavirus

I recently saw 4 American airports and noted that none of them performed any form of Coronavirus screening for arrivals or departures. While all airports had nearly universal mask use, ensuring passengers were relatively safe during travel, this does nothing to stop the seeding of Coronavirus in other communities, especially at events such as family dinner.

Although this can come off as a theoretical concern, it must... more »

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Airport Coronavirus Screening for Overseas Passengers

Current overcrowding at the 14 airports designated for medical screening by the administration is both inefficient and potentially dangerous. "Social distancing" is impossible as passengers wait for hours in large groups. I suggest having passengers screened prior to boarding the aircraft or at the very latest, while aboard the aircraft. Medical screening (taking temps and asking questions) can be accomplished by anyone.... more »

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Integrated Airport Lost & Found Network

Lost laptops remain a leading cause of data breaches threatening company data, consumer privacy, and even government information. 12,000 laptops are lost at US airports each week. We have developed a platform that is proven to increase recovery rates of lost valuables by 10X. We are now optimizing that platform to build a nation-wide fully integrated network of airport lost & found services. This will enable users... more »

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