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Creating innovation through university collaboration
December 19, 2016
Berlingske Business has written an article about our research collaboration with the universities DTU and KU.
Exruptive achieves national media coverage of new security solution
September 21, 2016
For the past month we have conducted six large flow tests at our Test Center facility in Vojens. More than 600 volunteers from the local community have participated as test passengers through our security setup.
In relation to the new security flow and scanner technology, our solution for airports has been mentioned in a few articles this week. Read all of them below if you are interested in finding out how the passenger journey in airports can become much faster and less stressful in the near future with our solution.
> DR (Danish National Broadcasting): "Ny dansk teknologi kan gøre sikkerhedstjek i lufthavnen fire gange hurtigere"
> Jyllands-Posten: "Mindre kø i lufthavnen: Sikkerhedstjekket skal gøres hurtigere og meget lettere"
First flow tests conducted at Test Center Vojens
August 17, 2016
The German newspaper in Denmark - "Der Nordschleswiger" - brought an article about the first flow tests at our Test Center in Vojens. Over the course of two days more than 180 people from local sports clubs and associations participated as test passengers in our full scale mock-up of our new security system for airports.
The flow tests were the first in a row of various tests regarding the capacity and passenger experience of our new and innovative security system.
Exruptive COO, Morten Pankoke, and Head of Test Center, Anders Vikke.
Test participants during the first
flow tests in Test Center Vojens
Exruptive grabs headlines at Dubai Airport Show
May 18, 2016
At the recent Dubai Airport Show, the largest annual event of its kind in the industry, Exruptive exhibited its intelligent trolley solution and the Exruptive security scanner concept together with local partner Emaratech. The exhibition was met with considerable interest.
Exruptive's exhibition booth prior to the opening of the Airport Show.
Exruptive's miniature model of the trolley security scanner is inspected.
Official Opening of Test Center Vojens
April 19, 2016
We are happy to announce the official launch of our new Test Center in Vojens, which took place on April 15, 2016.
Representatives from the local business community and the municipality participated in the event, where Hans Peter Geil, mayor of Haderslev, cut the red ribbon to signify the opening of the facilities.
The opening of Test Center Vojens is a crucial step in our development plan, as this is where we will test several aspects of our system such as the flow and throughput of the scanner, trolley positioning and more.
CEO of Exruptive Jakob Schmidt and Mayor of Haderslev Hans P. Geil during the official opening of Test Center Vojens.
Breakthrough in Airport Security: New innovative solution combines both security and passenger facilitation at airport checkpoints
Copenhagen, Paris - April 8, 2016
Exruptive, InnospeXion and MultiX are cooperating on a project to develop an innovative solution for airport checkpoints that combines security with passenger facilitation.
Exruptive to participate in new ambitious X-ray industry portal as founding SME partner.
Innovation Fund Denmark supports the project with DKK 50 million.
February 22, 2016
"Historical opportunity seized: Value creation in Danish industry through the world’s most powerful neutron and X-ray microscope" - Innovation Fund Denmark
Three universities partner up to help Danish companies in utilizing brand new approaches for product development.
15 companies are already involved in the collaboration.
Exruptive participates in groundbreaking DKK 30 million project to develop next generation scanners of checked in luggage. Innovation Fund Denmark supports the project with DKK 22 million.
February 15, 2016
"Improved X-rays are to Enhance Airport Security" - Innovation Fund Denmark:
The growing security challenge is reinforced by the rising number of flight passengers. It often creates chaos and delays in the airports’ baggage handling systems. But now, a solution to this problem may be on its way. A range of companies and research groups in the Danish X-ray industry have partnered up to develop more efficient screening systems for the security check of luggage in airports.