, according to a TSA statement. Passengers will be able to "view the same outline that the TSA officer sees," and a "TSA officer will no longer be required to view the image in a remotely located viewing room," according to TSA. In February, TSA began piloting the software
in Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International, Las Vegas McCarran International and Ronald Reagan Washington National airports. After "successfully" testing the equipment, TSA decided to roll out the software nationwide with "plans to test similar software for backscatter units in the fall."