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Faster airport security system

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To begin, you walk up to the stacked wall of lockers and scan your ticket. Then, you place your carry on luggage in one of the lockers and walk through the body scanner. The system scans the luggage and if it detects a problem it alerts the staff, if not you simply retrieves your bag from the other side of the locker and continue with your journey. The technology has already been trialled at the World Cup in Brazil and the Levi’s Stadium in San Francisco. www.qylur.com

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Cyclists get the green light

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If you’re a cyclist in Aarhus, Denmark, you may soon be able to pedal from home to work or school in the morning without stopping at a single red light. As part of a pilot program to encourage biking, the city has engineered a popular intersection to be responsive to cyclists. Riders will attach a tag on their wheel that triggers a sensor and turns the light green in their favour. By making the streets more bike friendly, city planners hope that they can cut car congestion and pollution.

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