Rugged Mobile Computers For Airports
Few working environments match airports for frenetic pace. An unrelenting torrent of passengers that want to get moving as quickly as possible. And the longer they wait, the louder they squeal.
Airport operators need tools that keep the flow moving. Without ever compromising safety. Self check-in, baggage tracking and ticket printing – it all must go like clockwork or things fall down. Quickly.
Psion rugged handheld and vehicle mount computers help airport workers get on top and stay on top. Which means higher productivity, fewer logjams and happier customers.
We continually develop our technology to take the sting out of the airport worker’s life. Because if he’s happier, he’s more productive. Which means you get a smoother-running airport and a more profitable business.
It doesn’t matter if you’re using older, ‘legacy’ applications. Switch to Psion and we’ll make sure the upgrade is painless.
Major airports around the world rely on Psion devices every day to:
• Collect and access information in real-time
• Reduce long check-in lines with queue-busting mobile ticketing
• Manage the airport – from maintenance and repair to inspection
• Streamline baggage tracking with barcodes or RFID
• Increase productivity in key areas, including aircraft turnaround time and baggage handling efficiency
• Support ground operations and maintenance
• Integrate different IT systems to support a range of airport operations
Data capture for airports:
Get RFID-ready. We’ll take away the pain and install a complete system for you. We produce several RFID-ready products that slot in, hassle free, to any RFID installation, in any environment.
Imaging and Scanning
Imaging works wonders in airports. But so does multiple data capture options at your disposal to let you choose the best method for each of your business needs. We can show you how.
• Increased picking accuracy
• Improved operational efficiency
Read the Copenhagen Airports story
• Increased passenger transfer speed
• Fleet control transformed
Read the Düsseldorf Airport story