Cassioli continues its advance as one of the main suppliers of automated systems for airport intralogistics.
After the recent news of the supply of numerous ATRS systems for the main Spanish airports, our company is awarded the tender for the installation of 8 new Fast2Checks at Bologna’s Guglielmo Marconi Airport.
Together with Smiths Detection, world leader in the production of security screening technologies, Cassioli will supply the new lines for the control of hand baggage for the Bologna Airport.
The installation will include the new C3 type X-Ray machines, with three-dimensional scanning technology, certified according to the “C3” regulations. This particular X-ray unit, already successfully installed at Fiumicino Airport, is a big step forward compared to traditional control systems, as it allows passengers to carry out the usual inspection procedures without having to remove anything from their hand luggage.
This means that passengers will no longer have to remove liquids, PCs, mobile phones and tablets from hand luggage and deposit everything that is usually considered as “unsuitable” in the trays, but will simply leave everything inside their bags: it will be the special Smiths Detection X-ray machine to inspect these objects directly inside the hand luggage, thanks to the innovative tomographic technology.
All this will lead to speeding up the control operations for passengers and therefore to a substantial streamlining of procedures, due to the considerable time savings achieved by avoiding removing the objects first and repositioning them inside the bags at the end of the inspection.
Thanks to its automated systems, Cassioli once again contributes to increasing security within the main Italian airports, thanks to the more effective threat detection capability of these new devices.