Qylur Security Systems recently launched Qylatron, an automated self-service security-screening kiosk that can scan up to five bags simultaneously while requiring half the staff of a typical security checkpoint. The system uses multiple sensors to detect a variety of threats, and a learning computer that can adapt to new and evolving threats. The system is designed for large venues like stadiums, train stations, and airports. Silicon Valley-based Qylur Security Systems expects the first Qylatrons to be in place by 2014. For more on the system see this Businessweek article.