The length, width and height is measured for any object on the conveyor belt near the check-in desk by an automated 3D camera system.
Dedicated software algoritmes are used for image analysis and type classification of pieces of aviation baggage into suitcase, bag, etc.
An Object Scan device is used as a stand-alone device or connected to a hub both being installed by local engineers at their own.
All pieces of equipment are selected for their known price-performance ratio and as parts assembled together into easy to handle machinery.
Object Scan is a device from BPI's Connected Identification (CI ®) line. Object Scan is the heart of Object Monitor. This solution is intended to improve the baggage handling system (BHS) at an airport by increasing reliability and safety of the automated system. Object Scan also provides more insight in the baggage input at check-in counters and other aspects of the BHS.
In these times the bag-drop is one of the most important processes at airports. It needs to be fast, safe and reliable. Object Monitor will support your BHS in achieving these desirable conditions.
The pieces of baggage get scanned at the conveyor belt near the check-in desks or elsewhere during baggage handling. The Object Scan device supplies real-time surveillance data to monitor your baggage handling. When any unexpected object is detected, the security system receives an alarm signal.
Of course, not every airport is the same. An Object Scan unit is accessible for airports to montage it how they want. The only important thing to keep in mind is that Object Scan has to operate before the baggage gets transported from the baggage conveyor belt to the main logistics centre (BHS).
The Object Scan system consist of two major parts:
Object Scan stations are placed at check-in desks, at baggage handling system entries or at both locations. BPI's service engineers will do the job for you or assist you according to your safety regulations.
An Object Scan station takes less space than cabin baggage. The connections are electricity and ethernet. BPI's engineers will assist you to incorporate the Object Scan hub in your IT-infrastructure.
Documentation is supplied how to operate and make use of the Object Scan system. BPI's engineers assist in getting to know the Object Monitor features. Training may be arranged on demand.
Christie is with BPI Services for more than 10 years. As Service Manager Christie is responsible for handling all questions and problems that are reported to the Service Desk.
Tim is Technical Engineer at BPI Services for more than 15 years. Tim is responsible for the development of Object Monitor and CI® Object Scan.
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