OpSEM is a system designed to monitor and improve the efficiency of screeners. It integrates into all X-Ray Machines and automatically feeds data about the performance of the security checkpoint to OpeReady.


Installation & Accessibility


Barcode readers are installed at the entrance of the screening machine’s tunnel and the search station.

Touchscreen monitors are installed at the screener and searcher’s work stations. The screens replace the x-ray machine’s current monitors and do not affect controls such as zoom, image enhancements and conveyor belt movement.

A small but extremely powerful server is installed at the checkpoint which connects the screener, search and management computers.


Training & Customisation


OpSEM is delivered with comprehensive training and customisation to your exact requirements.


Reliability & Security


We know how important your data is, and we do everything we can to ensure that both the OpSEM and our internal policies and procedures are as watertight as possible.

Encryption and dedicated infrastructure

We use 128-bit SSL encryption to protect your information.

Real time backups

Backups are performed every 24 hours to local and offsite backup servers. Data can be quickly restored in order to reduce delays.


Support & Maintenance


We have a dedicated team of engineers that will provide ongoing technical assistance throughout the contract.




OpSEM is currently available in the following languages:

  • English
  • French
  • Hebrew
  • Spanish

OpSEM can be translated into any language on request.

Pricing & Licenses

Licenses for OpSEM Screening Efficiency Monitoring System can be purchased for each checkpoint lane. The more lanes you purchase OpSEM for, the cheaper each license is.

  • Automatic emails/text messages sent to management concerning screeners that do not comply with the required performance level.

  • Streamlines the checkpoint operation due the use of screens for communication.

  • Contributes to settle Airline Disputes by revealing why specific airline passengers were delayed at the checkpoint.

  • Use data to provide training that will result in a reduction in the amount of unnecessary searched bags.

  • Commercial income for the airports. A faster checkpoint throughput means more time for passengers to spend in the duty free shops.