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+ - Laser scanner may allow passengers to take bottled drinks on planes again->

Submitted by cylonlover
cylonlover (1921924) writes "Besides having to remove our shoes, the volume limitations regarding liquids and gels in carry-on baggage has become a major hassle in the world of post 9-11 airport security. Hopefully, however, we may soon be able to once again bring our big bottles of water and tubes of toothpaste aboard airliners in our overnight bags. Britain's Cobalt Light Systems has developed a scanner called the INSIGHT100, that uses laser light to assess the liquid contents of containers, even if those containers are opaque."
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Laser scanner may allow passengers to take bottled drinks on planes again

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