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Materna IPS GmbH | Denver International Airport (DEN) opens the United States’ largest Self-Bag Drop (SBD) set up in cooperation with Materna IPS, United Airlines, and Southwest Airlines

Denver International Airport (DEN) has efficiently accomplished Phase 1 of its Great Hall Project. The newly renovated Level 6 has obtained rave opinions from passengers and airline workers forward of the journey season particularly praising the person friendliness of the 86 new self-bag drop (SBD) programs developed by Materna IPS.

With over 73 million passengers anticipated to journey via DEN in 2022, the opening of the 86 self-bag drop programs completely aligns with the airport’s intensive technological redevelopment mission; and is designed to offer passengers with the very best check-in expertise, together with the flexibility to check-in over-sized baggage, like skis and snowboards. The distinctive hybrid self-bag drops are additionally outfitted with counters and might be operated by the airline workers, when wanted. This offers the airport the elevated flexibility to fulfill the expansion demand. Materna IPS developed the self-service programs in keeping with the precise necessities of the airport with varied companions and outfitted them with state-of-the-art expertise.

Denver International Airport

Denver International Airport

This mission is the most important and most intensive hybrid self-bag drop (SBD) set up within the United States. The programs went stay with Southwest Airlines early in November 2021 adopted by United Airlines every week later. Within the primary two weeks, over 35,000 luggage have been processed with the newly built-in computerized baggage dealing with system. The Materna IPS programs had been in a position to lower the common passenger transaction time at DEN by practically 50% throughout this era.

In addition to the {hardware} answer, Southwest Airlines can be utilizing the Materna IPS SBD Application to function the brand new automated baggage dealing with course of. Materna IPS may even be accountable for internet hosting the self-bag drop system inside the AWS Cloud the place the supply and performance of the SBD items are consistently monitored.

With the excellent profitable implementation of this main mission at Denver International Airport, Materna IPS continues to strengthen its main place within the American market and is increasing its worldwide progress. Gary McDonald, president of Materna IPS USA, reiterates, “Everyone involved is absolutely honored to be part of this incredible, groundbreaking and innovative project that is revolutionizing passenger handling in the U.S. at one of the busiest airports in the world.”

About Materna IPS USA Corp.
Materna IPS USA Corp. primarily based in Orlando, Florida, as one of the famend suppliers for airports and airways around the globe, delivers options for automated passenger dealing with at airports. The firm’s vary of services and products is comprised of {hardware} and software program implementations in addition to service and upkeep. Materna IPS USA is a part of Materna IPS GmbH – a 100% subsidiary of the Materna Group – with its headquarters in Germany. The worldwide branches within the USA, Canada, India and the United Kingdom allow Materna IPS to assist their prospects individually and to react shortly and professionally to market necessities. The Materna Group at the moment employs greater than 2,600 individuals around the globe and generated gross sales of over a 3rd of a $billion in 2020

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More data:
Gary McDonald
President, Americas
Materna IPS USA
5323 Millenia Lakes Blvd., Suite 300
Orlando, Florida, USA
Phone: +1 619-724-9280
Email: gary.mcdonald@materna-ips.com

Press contact:
Jana Eull
Head of Marketing
Materna IPS GmbH
Vosskuhle 37, 44141 Dortmund
Germany
Phone: +49(231)5599-8691
Email: jana.eull@materna-ips.com

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