Materna IPS check-in solutions are incredibly fast and allow passengers to manage kiosk check-ins in a short time.
Materna IPS is an integrated passenger services brand providing automated passenger handling solutions.
Our Common Use Self-Service (CUSS) solutions include applications for kiosk, online or mobile check-in, as well as secure access, self-boarding and automated bag drop systems
Check-in solutions for airports
Our aim is to simplify the passenger journey at all points from check-in to boarding and increase efficiency for airports and airlines at the same time. With our integrated solutions, we can reduce waiting times, give passengers more flexibility and gain higher throughput.
Modular systems provide an individual fit for terminal design, space and local requirements. Together with our customers, we find the ideal solution to optimise passenger and baggage handling.
Different hardware partners and designers develop our products with vast expertise and aviation knowhow. These include check-in kiosks with a robust layout for maximum use that are equipped with modern technology and components for scanning, reading and printing.
Worldwide self bag drop and access installations
Materna IPS is a leading supplier of self-service bag drop units, with the largest number of installations at airports worldwide. With many years of experience, airports in India, North America, Japan, Scandinavia, Germany and the UK trust in Materna’s self bag drop products with multiple units either as newly installed solutions or retrofit kiosks.
Automatic gate solutions for pre-security access, lounge access or self-boarding are also part of Materna’s Integrated Passenger Services portfolio. They give passengers access to secured areas at the airport and are equipped with modern technology to check validity and avoid misuse of boarding passes.
With more than 200 gates in operation, Athens International Airport and Swedavia have the largest installations in Europe.
CUSS platform expertise and applications
Expertise in software development has allowed us to deliver our own CUSS platform and application for self-service check-in and bag drop solutions, which are CUSS and IATA RP 1701 f-compliant and support multiple airline departure control systems. Materna IPS follows recommended practices such as IATA RP 1706 C for CUSS, IATA RP 1741 for CUWS and IATA RESO 753 for baggage tracking.
Airports and airlines benefit from Common Use software and equipment, which saves terminal space and time. In addition, we offer CUSS-based solutions, as well as Common Use web services.
When it comes to passenger identification at certain airport service points, we are able to integrate biometric solutions directly at the kiosk. Materna IPS is a system integrator that assimilates different types of biometrics solutions and software at the passenger touchpoints. Together with established hardware partners, we integrate authentication solutions such as face recognition, fingerprint and iris identification according to our customers’ requirements.
To secure future-oriented services and technologies, we continuously improve our solutions and integrate biometric identification at all passenger check-in, bag drop, security and boarding stages.
The products help minimise queues and allow passengers to move seamlessly through the terminal. Our clever biometrics solutions have been awarded as smartest technology of the year 2018.
About Materna IPS
Materna IPS GmbH, the aviation company of the Materna Group with headquarters in Germany, is an international service provider for automated passenger handling for airlines and airports. From kiosk check-in and self bag drop hardware through to software implementations as well as service delivery and maintenance, Materna IPS has huge expertise in this sector with a number of successful customer projects around the world.
The company’s well-proven software portfolio includes Common Use-based applications for kiosk, online check-in, self bag drop and solutions for secure access and self-boarding. For a seamless travel experience, they integrate biometric identification as well as RFID-technology and payment services into our solutions.
With over 150,000 daily bag drops and a leading number of installations, Materna IPS takes a number one position in self bag drop. These solutions provide fast, easy and secure baggage drop-off for process types, which can easily be integrated into existing infrastructure at the airport. The numerous options stand for flexible and customisable systems that all have a unique user experience.
International branches in the US, Canada, India and the UK help Materna IPS to support customers individually and react quickly and professionally to market requirements.
Worldwide customers include airports, airlines, and ground handling companies such as Lufthansa, easyJet, Emirates, Westjet, Eurowings, Denver, Toronto Pearson, John Wayne, Montreal, Quebec, Fort McMurray, Bangalore, Tokyo Haneda, London Gatwick, Oslo, Stockholm, Vienna, Athens, Budapest, Milano Malpensa, Bergamo, Hamburg and Berlin.
Our worldwide footprint includes:
- 100 airports
- 1,000 self bag drop installations
- 150,000 daily bag drops
- 300,000 daily check-ins
Austrian Airlines has launched a new trial that allows baggage drop-off directly on trains from Linz and Salzburg to Vienna Airport.
Tokyo International Airport (HANEDA), the fourth-largest airport in the world, chose the German SBD provider to equip their self-service installation with the Materna IPS One ID journey.
Materna IPS has developed a solution that allows passengers to operate self bag drop units (SBDs) with their smartphone.
As of September 2020, Materna IPS GmbH operates internationally as autonomous subsidiary within the Materna Group.
Materna IPS has implemented the installation together with Toyo Kanetsu K.K.
Materna IPS and MODI have participated in the Department of Homeland (DHS) Security Science and Technologies (S&T) Biometrics Rally in the Washington region, US.
Virtual and augmented reality are opening up new ways of looking at the world in the aviation sector.
Hamburg Airport has enhanced its automated bag drop facility by extending its self bag drop in April.
Materna Intelligent Passenger Solutions (IPS) will be exhibiting at the 2019 Passenger Terminal Expo (PTE) in London, UK, with innovative solutions for check-in, automated bag drop, access, biometry and monitoring.
Canada’s Montréal-Trudeau Airport (YUL) is now using automated baggage handling from Materna intelligent passenger solutions (IPS) to meet the needs of a substantial increase in passenger numbers.
Bengaluru International Airport (BLR) operator Bangalore International Airport Limited has installed 16 fully automated self bag drop machines aimed at enhancing baggage processing and reducing check-in queues.
Following success in North America and Europe, Materna Intelligent Passenger Solutions has expanded its international business with operations in Asia, featuring the company's main product of self bag drop solutions.
Denver International Airport (DEN) is becoming a leader for self-bag-drop solutions in the US.
Airline TUI won three awards at the Real IT Awards (RITA) for significant service improvements achieved by installing the Self-Service Bag-Drop application at Gatwick Airport.
Materna Integrated Passenger Services (IPS) will be showcasing advanced solutions for check-in, automated bag drop, biometry and security at the Passenger Terminal EXPO 2018 in Stockholm, Sweden.
Ten new easy-to-use self-service baggage drop desks have been introduced at Hamburg Airport for quick and flexible departure.
Materna is pleased to announce that the company has expanded its range self-service bag drop solutions with the debut of the new Drop.Go model, which has been designed to facilitate easy counter mounting.
The RIMOWA & Materna Premium Bag Drop World Tour is coming to Dublin. Meet our experts on 26-27 June 2017 at the Exhibition Networking Lounge.
The Materna Group, a globally active IT company and supplier of software and hardware solutions for automated passenger handling throughout the world, achieved a record turnover of €223m in the year 2016, which is 6% up on the previous year. The share of turnover achieved outside Germany in 2016 was 15% (€33m).
Materna is a leading player in the aviation industry. Customers include airports, airlines and ground handlers, such as Emirates, Lufthansa, DNATA, London Gatwick, Hamburg Airport, Toronto and Vienna Airport.
Ultra Electronics and Materna Choose Collaboration Instead of Competition in an Increasingly Complex Airport Systems Market
In a market that is now evolving more rapidly than at any time in the last 20 years, Ultra Electronics Airport Systems und Materna continue to strengthen their partnership in the field of airport operations and passenger processing systems.
At PTE 2017 in Amsterdam from 14 to 16 March, RIMOWA Electronic Tag and Materna will present a seamless passenger journey including the first fully integrated digital luggage solution - the RIMOWA Electronic Tag.
At PTE 2017 in Amsterdam from 14 to 16 March, Materna will present its complete end-to-end passenger journey, from home to destination, and show how seamless travel is a real benefit for passengers.
After its acquisition of DSG BagDrop, a leader in self-service baggage drop-off, Materna now has become the world leading company for automated bag drop products offering the whole range of self bag drop solutions.
At the 29th IATA Ground Handling Conference, Materna will focus on the newly designed Air.Go 2.0, a modern system for automated baggage handling with Scandinavian design. The platform behind Air.Go 2.0 has checked in millions of bags at airports all over the world.
At this year's Airport Show in Dubai, Materna, together with its subsidiary DSG BagDrop AS, provides the Self Bag Drop solution Air.Go in the German Pavilion.
At the aviation trade show Passenger Terminal Expo (PTE) in Cologne, Materna will present a completely unique solution that is used by passengers to measure their cabin baggage fully automatically. With the new cabin luggage check, airlines can automatically weigh and measure the hand luggage of their passengers before departure, and compare the data with their specifications.
Materna Group Acquires DSG Bagdrop AS, Strengthens Leading Position in Automated Passenger Handling Segment
The Materna Group has acquired DSG Bagdrop AS, a renowned specialist for self-service bag drop solutions in the airlines and airports segment.
Aviation specialist Materna has extended its range of products for automated passenger handling. Materna now presents the prototype of a new self-service kiosk for automated baggage drop at airports.
Leading European airlines and airports use the automated passenger handling systems and solutions from Materna Information & Communications.
One-stop-shop provider Materna will exhibit at Future Travel Experience, Sept 9 - 11 in Las Vegas at stand A12, showing its latest solutions for self-check-in and self-bag drop.
At the Dubai Airport Show, Materna will present their solutions, focusing on self bag drop, with different types of kiosks and scanning modules. You'll find the team in the German Pavilion, No. 6611.
Materna Presents Self Bag Drop with Brand New Kiosk Payment at Passenger Terminal Expo 2015 in Paris
At this year's Passenger Terminal Expo (PTE) from 10 to 12 March in Paris, France, aviation specialist Materna will showcase self bag drop systems with a brand new kiosk payment feature.
Materna ips delivers self-service check-in kiosks and its SecureGate software to Vilnius Airport in Lithuania.
With 13.5 million passengers passing through every year, Hamburg Airport is the fifth largest in Germany. In order to meet the current and future challenges of passenger processing, Hamburg is relying on increasing capacity in the terminals and optimising use of the check-in area.
MATERNA has successfully installed a trial version of its latest self-service bag-drop system at Cork Airport in Ireland.
At the Airport Show Dubai 2014 Materna will exhibit in the German Pavilion at booth No. 7100.
Camera-based biometric recognition provider BioID GmbH and airport passenger handling solutions provider MATERNA GmbH today announced a cooperation to develop convenient automated airport passenger service solutions with face recognition such as self-service check-in and baggage drop-off, as well as boarding.
As a leading provider of Integrated Passenger Services, Materna ips is once again at the Passenger Terminal Expo in Barcelona this year (25 to 27 March). The show stand will focus in part on innovations in terms of biometric data recording for check-in and self-boarding.
Swedish airport operator Swedavia has contracted MATERNA to supply and install new check-in machines.
Hamburg airport has awarded MATERNA ips the Dortmund based specialist for integrated passenger services systems with a contract to develop a common use self-bag drop solution. The solution should in particular be tailored to the specific needs and requirements of the fifth largest airport in Germany.
MATERNA will demonstrate its new kiosk range PHOENIX at Passenger Terminal Expo in Barcelona.
With its integrated passenger services (IPS), Materna is among the world's leading providers of CUSS-based kiosk, web and mobile check-in solutions.
As the leading provider of integrated passenger services, Materna ips is once again at the Passenger Terminal Expo in Geneva this year (9-11 April 2013). Numerous new products relating to convenient, efficient passenger processing will be presented for the specialist public for the first time on the Materna stand (stand 5100).
For over ten years, Materna ips has been successful in the development and marketing of bag drop solutions for airports and airlines. Together with Siemens, sales activities are set to be extended to other areas. The modular Sicheck solution from Siemens incorporates a range of bag drop variants which can be adapted to the individual requirements of different airports and airlines.
Sri Lankan Airlines has begun using the new MATERNA check-in application on the SITA kiosks at Colombo Bandaranaike Airport. The airline starts its new self-service check-in on 8 SITA CUSS kiosks.
Airport Dortmund tests the unattended version of MATERNA's SecureAccess solution. Due to success of the attended security check with MATERNA's Secure Access, now the Airport tests the self-service system, which consists of a Kaba Gate and the MATERNA software application.
Ultra Electronics Airport Systems and MATERNA ips Team Up to Deliver Advanced Passenger Processing Solutions
Ultra Electronics Airport Systems, has today announced a key partnership with MATERNA ips, a supplier of integrated passenger processing systems and services, to facilitate the delivery of enhanced common use passenger processing systems (CUPPS), common use self service (CUSS), bag drop and mobile solutions.
MATERNA ips has showcased a new generation of automated baggage handling systems at the 2012 Passenger Terminal Expo, demonstrating its innovative solutions for improving services to passengers.