QuinTech launced Scan&Fly at the Passenger Terminal Expo 2012. Scan&Fly is a solution for self bag drop designed to be fast, functional, and easy to retrofit into current airport infrastructure. With Scan&Fly it is possible to comfortably drop a bag in under 15 seconds, says the company.
- Product From Air-Transport IT Services, Inc. (AirIT)
AirIT’s Virtual Airfield Management System (VAMS) makes it possible to simulate an out-of-the-window view for one or multiple geographically dispersed aprons, de-icing pads, and aircraft parking areas, and consolidates the various views into one operator display.
- Product From Vanderlande Industries, Inc.
STACK@EASE will double the performance of handlers making up flights (any type cart and/or containers) without impacting the way of working. By making any baggage item weightless for the handlers it takes away any restriction for lifting. By introducing NO restrictions within the freedom of movement, the current natural, intuitive and parabolic ways of working remains intact. All OSHA and OWAS levels (H&S Ergonomics related regulations) are kept well within the maximum allowable ranges. The product by an extendable arm, allows access and reach to all corners of a cart or container. It is easy to integrate within existing facilities and its intuitive way of operations allows handlers to start working with it right away. Its unique balancing system without pneumatics or drives makes it silent in use.
- Product From ARCONAS
Bernù is the most contemporary line from Arconas. Available with curved or straight beams, this finely crafted product can be configured to create dynamic, inviting seating areas. The aeronautically inspired design is sharp and modern, and seating is available with a selection of finishes and materials. With high-tech design, Bernù is effortless to install and maintain. For more information visit
- Product From World Fuel Services
World Fuel Services Corporation is a global leader in fuel logistics, specializing in the marketing, sale and distribution of aviation, marine, and land fuel products and related services.Fueling Relationships Around the World™ at more than 6,000 locations in 200 countries and territories, our customers value single supplier convenience, competitive pricing, trade credit, price risk management, logistical support, fuel quality control and fuel procurement outsourcing — all provided by our global team of local professionals.
- Product From R.J. Design LLC
The Conveyor Baggage Transfer System was designed to eliminate shoulder and back injuries for ground personnel. With its unique design of being installed in the loading bridge cab curtain, it does not cause any damage (cutting or welding) on the passenger loading bridge and therefore can be moved to different locations. The entire unit folds back into the cab curtain when not in use.
- Product From ICM Airport Technics
ICM Airport Technics has developed a new self-service Bag Drop System. ICM delivered a successful roll-out of 80 Auto Bag Drop (ABD) systems for Qantas Airlines in six airports across Australia. More than five million bags have been successfully injected. ICM has now been awarded a tender to install ABD trial units at Heathrow Airport.
- Product From Austral Star LLC
The Austral Star Bag Lift solves the problem of gate checked baggage handling with a solution that starts at concourse level by having passengers place their bag onto a bag cart built into the walls of a passenger boarding bridge walkway. The ramp agent then closes the door and sends the cart to the ramp where workers wheel it to the aircraft for loading. Reduce aircraft gate time and increase safety by eliminating bag congestion in the PBB, says the company.
- Product From Siemens Airport Logistics
The Siemens 300C is an intelligent, energy efficient claim and makeup device that utilizes multiple 2-hp redundant drive units which engage and disengage based on load requirements. The result is reduced power consumption, reduced maintenance, and increase in power train life. The technology is the quietest in the industry, says the company.
- Product From Jervis B. Webb Company
Daifuku Co., Ltd. announces it has developed a new baggage handling system for airports called Baggage Tray System or BTS. The BTS provides efficient and secure transportation and sortation of passenger bags from check-in counters to baggage make-up areas. Unlike conventional systems where bags are placed directly on conveyor belts, Daifuku’s new system provides precise handling and tracking by transporting bags in individual trays. Additionally, BTS boasts conveyor speeds at 600 meters per minute.
- Product From BEUMER Group
The latest innovation in Crisplant's CrisBag® technology for baggage handling is an adaptive tilt mechanism which provides both static and dynamic tilt for baggage discharge. By checking baggage flows, the control system can determine the required throughput and automatically switch between dynamic tilt, to discharge bags on-the-fly at a rate of 3,000 bags per hour, or static tilt for lower throughput and operating costs during quiet periods. The technology is currently being installed at Düsseldorf International Airport to link terminals.