How visibility of suspect bags in arrivals enables security, revenue and passenger experience

Global air traffic passenger demand is projected to grow at 7%. On a global scale, passenger air travel is expected to maintain positive growth rates up to 2030. The increasing growth in the number of air passengers and the resulting increase in baggage are straining airports to strike a balance between security and superior passenger service.

Although most airports are equipped with sophisticated X-Ray machines, CT Scanners to screen check-In bags in the arrival terminal, the present screening system is inadequate in unique visibility of the suspect bag movement at arrival hall and alerts at customs checkpoints. Also, random screening and interrupted movement flow impacts passenger experience.

EnTrackBag adoption in Airports

The use of smart technology for visibility is quickly gaining momentum with the adoption of EnTrackBag in many modern airports. Over the years, major airports have relied on EnTrackBag to process 250 million bags at arrival terminal to seamlessly track over 10 Million+ suspected bags with increased customs revenue and superior passenger experience without queue building.

Compared to the traditional methods of scanning, EnTrackBag is a more robust solution, yet unobtrusive and unsuspecting at the same time. The system uniquely identifies the bags suspected during in-flight screening with discreet marking, notification of suspected bag and graded alert linked to contraband at the checkpoint, direct X-Ray image retrieval at customs station are some of the popular reason for adoption. Also, Also, do-away with random screening to avoid inconveniences and interruption to movement flow to enhance passenger experience.