Siemens Logistics has been successful in their bid to integrate a new hold baggage screening system (HBS) at Dublin Airport, Terminal 2. The contract with daa includes replacing the existing HBS and installing an additional line to further increase capacity.
Siemens Logistics has developed a new software solution for airports: Aviation Data Hub. It enables a standardized exchange of data in real time and integrates key metrics for a variety of applications on a central, secure platform.
As the number of parcels continues to grow worldwide, courier, express, and parcel (CEP) service providers are challenged to realize handling in short periods. In response to the need for fast unloading of trucks, and in line with industry requirements, Siemens Logistics has developed RUBUS®, a fully automated unloading solution. Thanks to RUBUS, parcel service providers can unload trailers at unprecedented speeds.
Siemens Logistics has been awarded a comprehensive order to modernize and optimize the baggage handling system at Spain’s Palma de Mallorca Airport. With this project, Siemens Logistics will in particular help airport operator Aena (Aeropuertos Españoles y Navegación Aérea) to ensure that international specifications for baggage screening are met to the highest degree.
Siemens Logistics offers airports and airlines a comprehensive portfolio of innovative software solutions to optimize processes. This includes Service 4.0 for the predictive maintenance of baggage handling systems. Forecasts are generated from collected data, and preventive measures are taken to improve system reliability and avoid unscheduled downtimes.
Siemens Logistics has further extended and enhanced its software portfolio for parcel handling. The new Hub Performance Booster is intelligent software for optimized management of day-to-day parcel operations. Thanks to the real-time collection of operational data, the software automatically generates recommendations for operators and ensures the timeliest intervention possible.
Siemens Logistics has received an order to upgrade the baggage handling system in Terminal 2 and its satellite building at the Franz Josef Strauss Airport in Munich. By integrating innovative screening units, Siemens supports the customer to ensure that international specifications for baggage checking are met to the highest degree, and to continue to successfully manage the ever-increasing number of passengers.
Siemens Logistics has received an order from Deutsche Post for the International Postal Center at Frankfurt/Main (Germany) airport. The contract includes the integration of the high-performance VarioSort cross-belt sorter into the existing infrastructure and putting it into operation, as well as the installation of the innovative ARTread address recognition software.
With effect from April 26, 2019, Siemens Postal, Parcel & Airport Logistics GmbH will become known in Germany under its new name of Siemens Logistics GmbH. This shorter and more concise name is part of an overall market image overhaul, which also includes already standardized e-mail addresses worldwide – even for subsidiary Siemens Digital Logistics – and the web domain used since the start of the year: www.siemens-logistics.com.
At this year’s Passenger Terminal Expo in London, Siemens Postal, Parcel & Airport Logistics (SPPAL) is presenting its broad portfolio of hardware and software for airports and airlines. From efficiency-enhancing baggage handling systems and cloud-based technologies up to comprehensive service offerings, SPPAL provides a range of solutions and systems to further improve vital airport processes.