Airport scanner by Sequestim

How is AI being used to improve airport security?

This article was originally published in newelectronics.co.uk Output from the camera detecting threat objects as a person walks by As passenger numbers rise, airports will struggle to cope. Here, Bethan Grylls explores how AI is being used to enhance security. By 2037, The International Air Transport Association (IATA) predicts that worldwide passenger numbers will have…

March 2019 Update

All of our recently advertised positions have been filled. However, if you feel you have some expertise of relevance to Sequestim, and a passion for taking new security technology to market, then please feel free to submit your CV and we will bear you in mind for future opportunities.  There will be several new positions…

Passenger Terminal Expo 2019

Sequestim at Passenger Terminal World 2019

Sequestim to showcase revolutionary new Security Scanner technology at Passenger Terminal World from March 26thto 28thwith AI partner Aurora. Sequestim Ltd, the innovative new Cardiff based airport and border security scanner company is pleased to announce that it will joining with partner Aurora AI to showcase its revolutionary walk through scanner technology at the Passenger…

Sequestim CEO, Paul Simmons

Sequestim announces new CEO

Breakthrough Tech Start-up in Security Scanning technology ready for next phase of growth Sequestim Ltd, the revolutionary new Cardiff based airport and border security scanner company is pleased to announce the appointment of Paul Simmons as its new CEO. Paul worked in the aviation industry for the last 13 years in leadership positions with UK…

FASS scanning by Sequestim

Future Aviation Security Solutions Showcase Event

The FASS Showcase Event run in London on January 18th attracted considerable attention in the press, for example: The BBC Another company, Sequestim, hopes to eliminate the hassle of removing coats and items such as phones and wallets from pockets. It is working to combine artificial intelligence with a more sensitive version of the millimetre…