Millimeter wave Advanced Imaging Technology meets all known national and international health and safety standards. In fact, the energy emitted by millimeter wave technology is 1000 times less than the international limits and guidelines.
Note: Advanced imaging technology screening is safe for all passengers, including children, pregnant women, and individuals with medical implants.
- Click to read a recently released report titled, Compilation of Emission Safety Reports on the L3 Communications, Inc. ProVision 100 Active Millimeter Wave Advanced Imaging Technology (AIT) System, September 2012. This report includes an evaluation performed by the Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health. (pdf, 10.5mb)
- Click here to read a recent Archives of Internal Medicine report on the risks of imaging technology, which concludes that "there is no significant threat of radiation from the scans." (ama-assn.org)
- Click here to read independent safety assessments of advanced imaging technology.
- Learn more about AIT safety, click here to read a fact sheet from the Office of Health Affairs.
Millimeter Wave Safety
|The energy emitted by millimeter wave technology is 1000 times less than the international limits and guidelines.|