The Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) will begin a trial run with boarding card scanning systems.
The system will allow passengers to scan their boarding passes in order to pass through a turnstile into the airport’s security area.
Once inside the security area, the passenger will pass through metal detectors and their bags will pass through X-ray machines.
The DAA plans to trial two of the machines to test their effectiveness.
The authority has tendered for the new systems which would be purchased under a six-year framework agreement by the DAA.
Manchester Airport currently implements the same system.