X-BAG faithfully simulates the workstations of security screeners and replicates all possible operational scenarios they may encounter.
The software includes the following options:
- Conveyor belt sliding with adjustable speed;
- Simulation of ETD and LEDS systems;
- Baggage opening to simulate baggage inspection;
- Separation of electronic devices from bagagge contents;
- Retain prohibited items or trigger an alarm.
All images in the X-BAG database are acquired from real baggage containing actual threats detected by security operators.
Consequently, users will engage with a diverse range of situations that accurately reflect real-world scenarios.
The X-BAG library, comprising over 15,000 constantly updated images, offers a comprehensive case study for both training and examination.
Each piece of baggage is presented with four rotations, a photograph of the opened bag and an illustrative image of its contents.
CUSTOMIZABLE TRAINING SESSIONS
The software allows for full customization of training sessions.
Users can select the number of baggage containing a specific category of prohibited items that will be displayed in the following training session.
This facilitates the creation of targeted sessions aimed at strengthening the user’s ability to identify specific prohibited articles.
REPRODUCTION OF KEYBOARDS AND UI
X-BAG can reproduce keyboards and user interfaces of all major X-ray machines available on the market.
Therefore, users can gain hands-on experience with filters and functionalities found on the most common scanners used in workstations.
EXCLUSIVE REPORT SECTION
At the end of each training session, trainees can access to a detailed report section where they can review all images displayed in a given session, along with all the decisions made in relation to each piece of baggage.
Additionally, instructors can download summary reports containing the individual performance of each trainee or the collective performance of the entire course. This allows them to identify weaknesses and organize targeted training sessions on specific categories of prohibited items.