K2 is the “easy” button for deployments Installation, movement, and decommission of security screening equipment.  The advantage to our customers is K2 will preempt or mitigate issues throughout the entire life-cycle of the effort.

A typical ASL installation involves 4 major components; stakeholder(s), construction company(s), an ASL OEM and a system integrator (SI).  The stakeholders drive the location and purchasing of the ASL systems.  The construction company provides all infrastructure and temporary enclosures.  The ASL OEMs provides the physical ASL equipment and installation of its product.  The SI handles all existing checkpoint equipment, understands and coordinates the project components, provides experienced solutions for onsite real-time impacts that face an ASL installation.

As an SI, K2s management philosophy is to be agile, take responsibility and to work in the best interest of the project.  The ASL deployments are challenging and require calm, responsible, reactive experienced leaders to maximize schedule and minimize overruns.


  • On-site design and validation of drawings and system locations
  • Pre-installation planning conference calls
  • Site Validation with delivered report covering electrical and control information, checkpoint measurements, airport requirements, rigging paths, updated contact information, etc.
  • Site Installation Plans – Project plan showing hourly activities throughout installation.
  • Coordination of Rigging and the ASL Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) to schedule product delivery and on-site install/testing schedule.
  • Delivery coordination of the approximate 13 skids per lane of equipment from the arrival warehouse to the jobsite which enables only the needed skids/cartons to be in the limited workspace for “just in time” type installation.
  • Coordination from the stakeholders, construction team and OEMs
    • Smiths/Rapiscan (the X-Ray vendor for movement of the units and integration with the ASL equipment),
    • L3 for the relocation of AIT/Body Scanners
    • CEIA WTMD technicians
    • Controls contractors for relocation and movement of duress alarms
    • Battelle the on-site testing and recertification company for TSA equipment before it can be placed in operation
    • Airport stakeholders
    • TSA management teams


Project challenges and the resolution of:

  • error messages and what causes them
  • issues which cause ghosting or dots across monitors
  • photo sensors and the outside elements that influence them
  • inverter faults
  • belt run issues
  • improperly factory wired relays and what are the signs it has happened
  • possible equipment damage consequences if pieces of equipment are re-arranged (including search benches)
  • vertical view generator issues
  • image view distortion issues
  • bin alignment issues
  • interferences by X-Ray equipment to MH Equipment
  • X-Ray board failures

Working with overseas shipments, to include, but not limited to:

  • On request, provide overseas shipping and expediting
  • tracking late shipments
  • dealing with lost parts of shipments
  • handling broken or damaged pieces in a shipment
  • recognizing missing or incorrect pieces

Site knowledge, including but not limited to:

  • understanding when placement of equipment needs to be modified
  • understanding when modifications in the field require modifications to electrical
  • recognizing when the electrical may not be producing power required
  • liaison with MH when equipment needs change
  • working with MH on UL compliance
  • recognizing busts in electrical v architectural drawings and providing options
  • resolving issues between OEMs


  • monitoring of crate delivery to ensure correct placement
  • supervision of Rigging crew to make sure that equipment is handled and placed properly
  • supervision of correct packing of equipment for possible return to TSALC


  • Subject Matter Expert (SME) on site help to work with integration of X-Ray to ASL equipment.
  • Our Site Leads are versed in challenges from each project and work long hours on site to make sure that the project goes as planned. Our SMEs were instrumental in resolving the original integration issues with the OEMs.


  • Disposal of unwanted equipment by Customer
  • Preparation of shipping documents
  • Shipping of TSA equipment to TSALC Texas warehouse as requested by TSA
  • Red-Line drawings
  • Post Installation Site Validation red-line drawings.


  • Site Validation Report including post installation data
  • Site Installation Plan (SIP)
  • Daily Reports
  • Required TSA DD1149 Shipping Documents
  • Airport required forms
  • Detailed SOWs for OEMs
  • ORT reports for X-Rays
  • SAT reports for L3 AITs
  • SAT reports for WTMDs
  • Red-line drawings post installation


  • Participation in Customer project planning calls
  • Continual communication regarding project progress and upcoming risks
  • Site Lead on site during entire installation to answer all questions from stakeholders