Trade & Travel Announces Six Technology Companies to Enhance Passenger Screening & Safety

Trade & Travel | August 11, 2020

Trade & Travel Announces Six Technology Companies to Enhance Passenger Screening & Safety
Trade & Travel today announced the six companies participating in its inaugural acceleration program focused on passenger screening and safety. The eight-week program will help emerging tech companies break into and scale in the trade and travel markets. Trade & Travel is a commercial partnership combining Dcode's proven go-to-market acceleration strategy with Pangiam's decades of experience in security and innovation in the U.S. government and trade and travel industries.
"The post-pandemic world is an opportunity to challenge 'the way it's always been done' and work with emerging technologies to meet today's challenges and secure a stronger future," said Meagan Metzger, CEO of Dcode. "This is why Dcode and Pangiam launched our Trade & Travel partnership and why we're hopeful for this group of emerging tech companies that can support the response of these highly regulated industries as quickly as possible."

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Organising any form of business travel city can be a very daunting and intimidating task. From booking flights to arranging accommodations – there are lots of travel preparation which needs to be done. Along with the travel, business travellers have to do their jobs. Career stress aside, the annoyances of trekking anywhere in an unfamiliar city can pile up as well. Taking all these stress into account, it’s easy for business travellers to take security precautions for granted.

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Organising any form of business travel city can be a very daunting and intimidating task. From booking flights to arranging accommodations – there are lots of travel preparation which needs to be done. Along with the travel, business travellers have to do their jobs. Career stress aside, the annoyances of trekking anywhere in an unfamiliar city can pile up as well. Taking all these stress into account, it’s easy for business travellers to take security precautions for granted.