The TSA Is Testing New Technology That Could Make Airport Security Less Stressful

Let’s face it: no one enjoys making the long journey through airport security. While most of us accept standard security procedures as a necessary means of guaranteeing safety for travelers, there’s nothing more stress-inducing than scrambling to remove your shoes, arranging items in bins, and carefully following the directions of TSA agents. Luckily, a new technology is in its testing phase at Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport, and this system could remove much of the headache associated with venturing through security.

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Are there any other parts of air travel that you’d like to see modified? Would you be happy to see changes made to the current body scanning and bag screening processes used at most airports? Share your suggestions and ideas with us in the comment section below!

Or, to read another piece of airport news, check out our previous piece here.