Effective checkpoint lanes – Keeping the process moving

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Effective checkpoint lanes can help elevate operational efficiency by removing bottlenecks and literally keeping the process moving. The latest innovations in design and function address the key issues of passenger divestment; tray loading and return; re-routing suspicious items; and ‘reclaim’ space at the end of the checkpoint.  This paper looks at how lane layout influences throughput, screening costs and passenger experience.

 

Cameron Mann
Cameron Mann
Cameron joined Smiths in 2003 serving in various sales and management roles leading market based teams across Asia Pacific from Singapore. In September 2010 Cameron became Managing Director of Australia and New Zealand and Director of Product Management based in Sydney leading the ANZ business and product development for the Integrated Systems product line. In March 2014 he was promoted to Regional Managing Director as Head of Mature Markets for Asia Pacific being responsible for ANZ, Hong Kong, Japan, Republic of Korea, and Singapore. In March 2016 Cameron was appointed to the role of Global Market Director – Aviation based in Detection HQ in London. This role works to the VP of Strategy and Marketing. Cameron has a BSc (Hons) & MEngSc in Project Management from the UNSW, Australia. He also holds an MSc from Cranfield University, UK.