01/04/2017 - Event

Nuctech at 2017 Netherlands Passenger Terminal EXPO

The Netherlands Passenger Terminal EXPO co-sponsored by IATA (International Air Transport Association) and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol was held in RAI Amsterdam Convention Centre in Amsterdam from March 14-16, 2017.

To welcome the visitors, Nuctech enriched its booth with Keyline the next generation airport security solution, Kylin the CT inspection system, trace exploder detector, and various cutting-edge products in aviation market such as Raman inspection system, MMW (millimeter wave) human body inspection system, and dual-view x-ray inspection system.

As the main product in the EXPO, the CT inspection system Kylin drew attention from customers and experts. It is featured with dual-energy spiral CT detecting and an independent DR detecting system which allow it to get HD 3D colour images, sliced CT images, and DR images. This high-throughput scanning system can fit in space-constrained locations well and automatically detect explosives, liquid explosives, and drugs without the need of the passengers to take all liquids and electronics out.

Improving the passengers experience while enhancing the operating efficiency of security checks, the system is ideal for airports, customs, public transit hubs, and other high-threat checkpoints, facilities, and high-profile events.

HIS Jane's Airport Review and PTW gave exclusive interviews to Nuctech's President Chen Zhiqiang during the exhibition, and Mr. Chen introduced Nuctech's latest technology and solutions regarding air safety. The launch of Keyline is actually a response to the significant reform that air security is experiencing with growing passenger throughput, changing policies, evolving threats, new technologies, and in-depth participation of manufacturers.

This solution integrates the passengers experience with operating efficiency while improves security and helps the airports to reduce operating costs. To be specific, Nuctech's CT baggage inspection system has passed the ECAC 3 test which has made it a good choice for the European transportation hubs and airports in face of the coming EU 3 standard.

In regard of ground safety and insider threat, Mr. Chen put forward a risk-based and technology-driven security solution for the airports, and called on the relevant departments to strengthen cooperation in order to cope with challenges. Nuctech would continue to increase the R&D investment, deepen the cooperation with aviation industry, and provide efficient solutions with innovative technologies.

As a world leading security solution and service supplier, Nuctech understands the importance of passengers' baggage check to national security, and is always committed to providing our customers the best aviation security solutions, the most advanced security systems, and the most thoughtful services. Currently, Nuctech's security systems have been deployed to more than 150 key airports in the globe, and have helped our aviation customers a lot in achieving qualitative leaps regarding the mode of operation.