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Our friends in the airline industry appreciate our efforts focused on passenger safety and convenience, which is why we’re connected to many of them through social media.

However, when we started building these relationships, we struggled to find a comprehensive, up-to-date list of all major airlines on Twitter. So we built our own, which we’re now happy to share with anyone else interested in following these organizations.
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Now that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has moved a ban on electronics inside the airline cabin to the no-go list for the time being, passengers everywhere are breathing a sigh of relief. Business travelers will have their laptops to keep them productive. Children will have their video games to keep them quiet. All is calm in the aluminum tube.

Not to cast a pall over this seemingly triumphant moment, but isn’t the recent removal of a ban is more of a reprieve than a commitment?

Check out this infographic to see how airline security can be better balanced with passenger safety.
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ORS’ scanners use radio frequency technology to search for the chemical particles found in explosives. The electronics ban has raised awareness about the “need for added security measures,” founder Pablo Prado said, and ORS’ mission is to communicate to the government that “we have a device that can address this threat.”
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"We are pleased to have ORS' MobiLab ES assessed by the TSA as a potential solution for screening of electronics and to deliver a new, more compact, and less costly security capability to airports and air carriers to address threats to transportation security," said ORS Chief Executive Officer +Pablo Prado. "MobiLab ES was designed specifically to address the threat of explosives concealed in portable electronic devices. "
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One Resonance Sensors announced today that the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will evaluate ORS’ personal electronics scanner. MobiLab® ES is the only state-of-the-art inspection system that effectively screens devices such as tablets and notebooks, which are currently banned from being carried onboard by passengers on a number of flights to the United States. In contrast to CT and other X-ray technologies, MobiLab ES is an affordable solution that may be deployed for at-gate or checkpoint electronics inspection.
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The Department of Homeland Security appears open to alternatives to an expansion of the electronics ban, such as random screening of passengers, an airline source tells CNN.

More news to come on this topic soon...
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