Updated: Jun 21
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and Las Vegas Harry Reid International Airport (LAS) announced the official reopening of the Innovation Checkpoint yesterday. According to the TSA's announcement, the Innovation Checkpoint "features the latest upgrades in aviation security technologies to improve security and the passenger screening experience."
Synect's ReadySeeGo® is an on-demand digital signage solution and one of the foremost technologies in the Innovation Checkpoint. The custom digital signage content from Synect's studio helps passengers divest, prepare for security, and adapt to changing screening procedures.
Synect Business Development Director Gina Marie Paquette was on the ground during the event. "We are thrilled with our collaboration with the TSA. Seeing ReadySeeGo and Synect content in the reopened Innovation Checkpoint is exciting, especially in light of the return of conference season in Vegas," she said. "ReadySeeGo's on-demand messaging capabilities, localized and seasonal content, and existing library of TSA-vetted assets make it one the most compelling solutions available for use in airport security."
Las Vegas Review-Journal quotes TSA Assistant Administrator for Requirements and Capabilities Analysis Austin Gould on the Innovation Checkpoint and Synect's solutions. About the ReadySeeGo® units, he said: "They're eye-catching, you can go through any checkpoint and see signs all over the place, and not a lot of passengers always read them. This is much more eye-catching, and it's dynamic; you can change it on the spot."
8 News Now Las Vegas featured the reopening. See their video with a highlight on the ReadSeeGo® here.
Visitors to next month's AAAE Conference and Exposition can see Synect's ReadySeeGo® at the Innovation Checkpoint or the standard security lanes at Harry Reid Terminal 3. Need more information now? Read Synect's case study about ReadySeeGo® at the TSA Innovation Checkpoint or contact us today.