The Qylatron, used daily at San Francisco's Levi's Stadium, promises better, faster security screening.

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An innovative new device that could potentially replace x-rays, chemical sensors, metal detectors and hands-on bag searches came from an Israeli air force veteran and security consultant. The Qylatron looks like a futuristic bee hive, with multiple hexagonal boxes stacked on top of one another and by scanning patrons' tickets, the machines can also personalize their approach based on known identities.

Lisa Dolev, founder and CEO of Silicon Valley-based Qylur Intelligent Systems, wanted to create a better security scanner for years. After seven years of research and development, the Qylatron device is finally in use at Levi's Stadium in San Francisco,

Here is an interview about it:

Dec. 28, 2015 Living photo: Qylur

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