Explosives detection systems for cabin baggage (EDS CB) are expected to become the new standard for screening carry-on luggage at commercial airports in Europe.
For an airport, the EDS CB transition should go beyond actions such as equipment selection and process implementation.
Point FWD has therefore defined a way-finder for the challenges an airport may face in transitioning towards EDS CB. Its purpose is to let the airport critically assess its own approach, and next to this, explore the value of data research in overcoming EDS CB challenges.
Our starting point is your baseline situation. This is based on the belief that you must know to what context you subject your technology change. We will help you to assess your problem situation, with the help of on-site data captures and requirement definitions.
Our view on a potential future situation is based on mathematical principles and therefore real-live data is used from all ends of the security checkpoint. We leave no relevant process event untouched.
Monitoring a trial project in terms of progression is key in preparing for final and successful deployment. Continuously monitoring the checkpoint process should in the end safeguard the operational success of a chosen solution path.
To find out more about our EDS CB way-finder and our look on things, fill out the enquiry form on this page.
Are you facing an EDS CB transition and interested to know more? Please get in contact with our team and make sure to join us at our booth at the Passenger Terminal Expo 2019 in London, UK, from 26-28 March.