PAX Compact

Dedicated to airport security checkpoints with space constraints, Vanderlande’s PAX Compact improves the user experience and optimises the screening process when compared to conventional manual lanes.

With its flexible configuration and smaller footprint (starting at only 10 metres), PAX Compact is ideal for airports with shorter checkpoints, lower throughput requirements, or for staff screening areas.

  • Modular (various configuration options available).
  • Compact design (length starts at only 10 metres).
  • Supplier neutral and flexible integration with conventional and CT scanners.
  • Improved efficiency compared to manual screening lanes.
  • Enhanced passenger experience through intuitive and ergonomic design.
  • Facilitates remote screening.

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