How your cart could soon ensure you don’t miss your flight


Traveling through Dubai International Airport will soon become more seamless and user-friendly with the introduction of smart luggage carts that will also ensure that passengers do not miss their flight.

Additionally, Dubai is also working on smart scanner technology that will provide airport officials with a 3D view to better differentiate between harmful and non-harmful liquids.

This was revealed by Thani Alzaffin, CEO of Emaratech group, during the first day of the Global Conference on Shaping Future Port Policies in Dubai on Tuesday.

The conference was attended by senior officials of the General Directorate of Residence and Immigration (GDRFA), as well as senior immigration and border spokespersons from the Schengen region and the United States.

“Smart Trolley is your concierge and guide. You scan the boarding pass and you have all the details (about the airport). It’s like the Google of the airport with indoor navigation. It accompanies you to any installation. “As we know where you are at the airport, we can pick you up before you miss your flight while you enjoy the experiences at Dubai Airport.”

saying Alzafin.

The Dubai-based technology firm Emaratech It is also a leading investor in patented technology for smart scanners, which will help improve efficiency, reduce bottlenecks and increase passenger flow several times.

“Whenever we travel we have to carry watches and other belongings. In the future, when you come to check in, you will be able to take the cart, put everything in it, and simply push it into the scanner, which will give the officer a 3D view of the items. This technology identifies the difference between harmful and harmless liquids. “It is a scannable car,” Alzaffin added.

The company is waiting to obtain certification for the technology and hopes to deploy it late this year or early next year.

“Once we get certified, our goal is to transport around 450 passengers per hour, which is quite a lot.”

He said, adding that on average 150 passengers per hour get permission to upload their luggage.

“We will say goodbye to this type of trays and move on to smart cars. “We have invested in some products and companies and we are manufacturing the software here in Dubai.”

he added.

News Source: Khaleej Times


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