Reference Architectures for baggage handling systems
A baggage handling system is one of the key elements of every successful airport infrastructure. Air traffic numbers have been steadily increasing and are projected to continue to do so in the near future. Airport baggage handling systems run the risk of exceeding their current capacities during peak seasons, so the modernization of existing systems is being considered seriously by many airport managers. When evaluating potential travel hubs, airlines closely examine multiple on-site parameters, including the efficiency and reliability of the baggage handling system as it routes huge numbers of checked bags to flights throughout the facility.
This reference architecture is part of a collection of documents that addresses reference architectures for applications in the airport transportation segment.This document specifically addresses EcoStruxure™ Plant architectures for baggage handling systems in airports.