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Reliable partner for future-proof logistic process automation

Vanderlande can meet any airport’s demands in full – from bag drop and passenger security checks, through to onward conveyance, storage, sortation, flight make-up and baggage reclaim. We are the market’s largest OEM supplier of logistic process automation for airports, with the broadest range of total solutions.

Vanderlande has also established many successful partnerships to ensure that we continue to exceed our customers’ expectations, optimise the passenger experience and enhance an airport’s proposition to its stakeholders.

Our extensive portfolio of integrated solutions – innovative systems, intelligent software and life-cycle services – results in the realisation of fast, reliable and efficient automation technology.

Exceed your customers’ expectations

Passenger handling

Our solutions facilitate the smooth and efficient transit of passengers and their hand luggage through security areas, ensuring an optimal passenger experience.

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Baggage handling

Our extensive portfolio of integrated solutions results in fast, reliable and efficient automation technology for baggage handling.

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The next generation of scalable solutions

In order to meet any customer’s demands in full, Vanderlande has defined the next generation of scalable solutions – evolutions. They will allow these challenges to be met through an integrated portfolio of innovative systems, intelligent software and life-cycle services.

FLEET

FLEET is a flexible and sustainable baggage logistics solution. By using autonomous vehicle technology and intelligent software it enables the seamless baggage handling from check-in to apron.

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BAGFLOW

Vanderlande’s comprehensive approach to baggage processes can be seen in BAGFLOW. It is a scalable, modular and innovative concept that integrates the complete journey of a bag.

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PAX CHECKPOINT

PAX CHECKPOINT combines state-of-the-art automated screening lanes with a configurable multiplex screening software to create a fully integrated checkpoint solution.

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Integrated portfolio

Innovative systems

Solutions for automated passenger and hand luggage checkpoints and baggage handling systems must factor in many procedures. These include check-in, baggage sortation and flight make-up…

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Intelligent software

Airport operators are facing numerous challenges due to tougher security checks, customs and border control, and tighter and frequently changing flight schedules.

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Life-cycle services

In a constantly evolving business environment, you need the support of reliable partners committed to your specific needs. Changing requirements and regulatory demands mean you may have to adapt your logistic processes and systems.

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Our airports references

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Eindhoven Airport

As the first airport to screen 100% of hand luggage with CT scanners, Eindhoven Airport’s goal was to improve efficiency and optimise passenger experience in a limited space.

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Las Vegas McCarran International Airport

In order to ensure that its passengers enjoy a stress-free experience at its security areas, Las Vegas McCarran Int. Airport invested in Vanderlande’s PAX CHECKPOINT automated screening lanes (ASLs).

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Istanbul Airport

In order to meet Istanbul Airport’s challenging deadlines and complex requirements, Vanderlande proposed an innovative, large-scale solution that combined hardware, software and life-cycle services.

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Rotterdam The Hague Airport

Rotterdam The Hague Airport (RTHA) is a regional airport located in the southwestern region of The Netherlands. During the 1990s, strong economic growth caused an increase in passenger numbers..

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Hong Kong International Airport

Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) – or Chek Lap Kok – is among the busiest airports in the world. In 2018, it is expected to handle over 73 million passengers and more than five million tonnes of cargo.

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Our Airports news & insights

January 6, 2021

Assessing the benefits of ‘end-to-end’ thinking at airports

Although airports and airlines are struggling, the need for mobility will outpace current problems in the long run. Aviation will survive, but when we think about its revival, what will be the business models of the future?

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December 10, 2020

IT solutions and digitisation integral to airports of the future

The global pandemic will have long-lasting effects on the aviation industry, but the key question for now is how to get everyone back in the air safely. What can be done to help people feel secure, and how can IT solutions be used to track this?

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December 2, 2020

Security checkpoints: balancing security and passenger experience

It will take time for passengers to become comfortable with travelling again. They are not only looking for a pleasant experience, but a safe one. Airports are now pivoting towards an increase in health and safety measures while striving to maintain security and the passenger experience.

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