Smiths Detection to supply Noida International Airport with advanced security
Smiths Detection has signed an agreement to supply Noida International Airport with both passenger and hold baggage screening equipment.
Zurich Airport International AG won the bid to develop Noida International Airport in 2019, and construction activities are well underway. At its opening at the end of 2024, the airport will feature one runway and one terminal, providing a capacity for 12 million passengers – with the potential for further growth in additional development phases. Noida International Airport will be India’s newest airport and seeks to be the country’s most sustainable, while using technology to provide quick, cost efficient and easy to use services to passengers, airlines and other airport partners.
Smiths Detection will supply the HI-SCAN 6040 DV, an advanced high resolution, dual-view X-ray screening system that will be used to screen passenger carry-on baggage; the HI-SCAN 10080 XCT, a next generation high-speed computed tomography (CT) explosives detection system that complies with TSA and ECAC regulations and BCAS standards; the iLane A20, a newly launched next generation automatic tray return system which delivers a steady flow of trays, removing bottlenecks and providing a seamless checkpoint journey; and the IONSCAN 600, a portable explosives and narcotics trace detector; and multiple additional X-ray screening systems to screen oversized goods.
Vikrant Trilokekar, managing director of India, Smiths Detection said: “Noida International Airport is set to become a major hub for India, both for travellers to and from the country as well as for air cargo and logistics. We’re delighted to be providing our world leading technology to help them achieve their safety and operational efficiency goals.”
Christoph Schnellmann, chief executive officer Noida International Airport said: “Ensuring the safe passage of people and our operations is of utmost importance to us. Smiths Detection have a global reputation for the best technology, and we look forward building a relationship to help ensure a smooth passenger experience and safety for all."
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