Part one of our guide to automated bag drop looked at the differences between one-step and two-step bag drops, and their advantages and disadvantages for an airport. In this part of the guide, we look at the affect of one-step and two-step automated bag drops on the whole airport, as well as some specific case studies.
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Check-In halls are becoming increasingly automated. Do you know your way around automated bag drop systems, and the advantages and disadvantages to each? These new technologies have a lot to offer airports, but can also affect other areas throughout the terminal. As with any innovation, you need to look at the impact holistically. Take a look at our two-part guide to automated bag drop.
What’s the difference between one-step and two-step bag drop?
We have worked with many saturated and constrained airports that need to increase their capacity within a restricted existing terminal footprint to keep up with demand. Airport infrastructure can at times be extremely limited but by analysing data and simulating passenger, bags, vehicle and aircraft flow we are able to prove to clients that there are methods and processes that will improve capacity. Read More »