Press release

L3 Opens Passenger Screening Experience Center in the U.S.

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L3 Technologies (NYSE:LLL) announced today that it has opened an
advanced Passenger Screening Experience Center near Ronald Reagan
National Airport in Arlington, Virginia. The interactive center
establishes an environment that allows security professionals and
airport operators to test screening systems and trial new concepts in
operational efficiency.

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The latest security checkpoint in operation at L3's new Experience Center (Photo: Business Wire)

The latest security checkpoint in operation at L3’s new Experience Center (Photo: Business Wire)

“This innovative center was designed to showcase our integrated
checkpoint screening technologies and serve as an interactive venue to
share ideas with our government and private security partners,” said
Todd W. Gautier, L3’s Senior Vice President and President of its
Electronic Systems segment. “Through collaborative demonstrations, our
customers can see how our comprehensive screening solutions improve
safety and operational efficiency while enhancing the passenger
experience at a compelling cost of purchase and product sustainment.”

The Experience Center features L3’s innovative technology and automation
solutions for aviation and critical infrastructure checkpoints. The
6,000-square-foot space includes L3’s widely deployed ProVision®
2 body scanner, ClearScan® checkpoint computed tomography
(CT) cabin baggage scanner, Mach-SmartLane® automated tray
return system, B220 HT™ explosives trace detector, ACX™ 6.4-MV X-ray
baggage scanner and Mach-SEMS®, L3’s security efficiency
management software integrated monitoring system.

ClearScan’s enhanced CT detection capabilities enable passengers to keep
certain electronics and liquids in their bags. At the center, ClearScan
is integrated with L3’s Mach-SmartLane automated diverter lane, which
automatically routes suspect bags to a search area, expediting cleared
bags on their way to the pickup point.

ClearScan is the first checkpoint CT solution to receive both
Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Tier II and European Civil
Aviation Conference (ECAC) C3 certifications. Its multiple detection
algorithms and auxiliary hardware have scanned more than 10 million bags
at major airports in the U.S., the Netherlands, Singapore, the U.K.,
Germany, Japan, Switzerland, Turkey and South Africa.

L3 Commercial Aviation provides holistic solutions across a wide range
of services to the commercial aviation industry. From check-in to
touchdown, L3 Commercial Aviation’s integrated solutions work to make
air travel safer, more efficient and more effective. Its expertise
extends across on-aircraft avionics, integrated airport security and
complete pilot training offerings. It combines products and services
from L3’s Aviation Products, Commercial Training Solutions (CTS), and
Security & Detection Systems business units, as well as ACSS, a joint
venture of L3 and Thales. To learn more about L3 Commercial Aviation,
please visit the company’s website at

With headquarters in New York City and approximately 31,000 employees
worldwide, L3 develops advanced defense technologies and commercial
solutions in pilot training, aviation security, night vision and EO/IR,
weapons, maritime systems and space. The company reported 2018 sales of
$10.2 billion.

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