- Decrease operation expense
- Increase passenger throughput
- Improve passenger experience
- Improved security by allowing operators to focus on images only
- Scalable & Flexible
Lower Cost of Operation, Higher Throuhput
By removing the traditional one-to-one relationship between a scanner and a security operator for reviewing and evaluating every image, NEXlink allows Remote Screenning Operators (RSO) to view images from scanners within the network. This reduces the total number of staff per scanner and per lane by adding efficiency and operational cost savings, by optimizing the number of screeners in a centralized environment. it also allows more flexibility in effective staffing at peak times.
NEXlink is developed with capabilities to optimize current and future baggage and parcel screening operations in any complex environment. It is highly configurable so that each NEXlink Matrix Control Server (MSC) can support multiple scanners of different types (i.e. single and dual view scanners) with various tunnel sizes. Each NEXlink installation is scalable to support up to 50 scanners.
The core components of NEXlink includes seven subsystems:
- X-ray System (Tier 1 Image Viewing)
- Baggage Handling System (BHS) Interface
- Remote Screening Workstation (Tier 2 Image Viewing)
- Supervisor Screening Workstation (Tier 3 Image Viewing)
- Administrator Workstation
- Network Display Station (Tier 4 Image Viewing)
- Matrix Control Server