Crisplant to exhibit latest baggage handling solution at Passenger Terminal Expo 2015

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Crisplant, part of the Beumer Group, will be showcasing the CrisBag high-speed baggage transport system on stand number 4040 at Passenger Terminal Expo 2015 from March 10-12 at Porte De Versailles, Paris.

Crisplant will also partner Smiths Detection in a joint presentation called ‘ECAC3 – a great step forward for aviation security’, on March 12, 2015, at the Passenger Terminal Conference.

The combination of Crisplant’s CrisBag high-speed baggage transport system, with Smiths Detection’s HI-SCAN 10080 XCT explosives detection equipment, created the first system to be certified to the European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC) Standard 3 for in-tote screening using standard and extended tote sizes. CrisBag has also subsequently been approved for the integration of CrisBag with detection equipment from L3 using standard tote sizes.

“CrisBag provides airports with a single, compact and cost-efficient system for high-speed baggage handling and full integration with state-of-the-art ECAC3 screening,” said Klaus Schäfer, managing director of Crisplant. “With its compact footprint, high speed and 100% tracking and traceability of each item of in-tote transported baggage, CrisBag can be installed as a new system or as an upgrade for airports.”

On March 12, 2015, at the Passenger Terminal Conference, Crisplant and Smiths Detection will present an objective review of the impact of the ECAC3 screening standard and its effects on the baggage handling procedures, systems and equipment in airports of all sizes. This presentation will draw on information presented in the recent Crisplant whitepaper – Considerations for upgrading existing ECAC2 systems.

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