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Baggage Scanner

X ray based baggage screening solutions helps in detecting explosives, weapons, narcotics & other contraband items that are concealed in objects, without opening them.

  Baggage Scanner

Threat levels enhancement on account of undesirable articles packed in baggage that may enter restricted areas and sanitized premises pose a major challenge for security agencies. We offer X-ray based 100% hold baggage screening systems, which are designed to prevent the cleverest attempts at concealing weapons, drugs, stolen goods and other contraband. These X-ray inspection systems are ideal for screening everything from small packages to oddly shaped items and palletized loads.

Baggage inspection systems range in size, throughput capacity, and optional accessories. We offer a complete line of baggage screening solutions in several system categories while still providing the highest level of imaging and detection available to the market. These baggage screening solutions are designed to handle high volume of palletized freight in fast & accurate manner.


  • Semi-automatic baggage scanner
  • Fully automatic baggage scanner

X-ray baggage screening solutions are available in various sizes for scanning all types of objects, baggage, mails and parcels. Another way of differentiating between various kinds of baggage scanners is the level of automation or the level of manual intervention / analysis required. Accordingly, we offer 2 types of baggage scanners, namely “Semi-automatic baggage scanners” and “Fully automatic baggage scanner”. Both of these kinds, in turn, have multiple variants available, specifically sorted by the tunnel size.

Baggage Scanner

Most major airports have a computer tomography (CT) scanner. A CT scanner is a hollow tube that surrounds your bag. The X-ray mechanism revolves slowly around it, bombarding it with X-rays and recording the resulting data. The CT scanner uses all of this data to create a very detailedtomogram (slice) of the bag. The scanner is able to calculate the mass and density of individual objects in your bag based on this tomogram. If an object's mass/density falls within the range of a dangerous material, the CT scanner warns the operator of a potential hazardous object.

  Baggage Scanner

CT scanners are slow compared to other types of baggage-scanning systems. Because of this, they are not used to check every bag. Instead, only bags that the computer flags as "suspicious" are checked. These flags are triggered by any anomaly that shows up in the reservation or check-in process. For example, if a person buys a one-way ticket and pays cash, this is considered atypical and could cause the computer to flag that person. When this happens, that person's checked bags are immediately sent through the CT scanner, which is usually located somewhere near the ticketing counter.

In most countries, particularly in Europe, all baggage is run through a scanning system. These systems are basically larger versions of the X-ray system used for carry-on items. The main differences are that they are high-speed, automated machines integrated into the normal baggage- handling system.

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