The award of the ‘Sort Allocation Computer System’ five year operations and maintenance contract at Bucharest Otopeni Airport further advances the reputation and commitment of MacDonald Humfrey (Automation) Ltd within the field of Airport Technology.
The integration of the established Mach-BRS into the Mach-Secure suite of products offers a seamless solution to a number of outstanding security anomalies within the Airport Industry.
The Mach-SmartAccess® gate system upon reading the presented boarding card automatically verifies the passenger is authorised to proceed on his journey. An Innovative and intelligent display system informs the passenger in a simple and intuitive manner.
Macdonald Humfrey (Automation) Ltd in conjunction with their subsidiary company Exmac Automation will undertake the complete trim and final mechanical handling systems for the new Landrover vehicle due to be launched next year.
MacDonald Humfrey (Automation) Ltd having completed some major technical installations at three BP plants for the introduction of Bio-Ethanol have been awarded a 24 hour 365 day emergency technical contract.
Southend Airport has embarked on a major programme to upgrade their passenger outbound Security facilities to offer their passengers the ultimate in security, efficiency and the customer experience.
London Luton Airport has embarked on a major programme to upgrade their passenger outbound Security facilities to offer their passengers the ultimate in security, efficiency and the customer experience.
Following the successful opening of the new outbound central search facility adopting the Mach-SmartLanes®, Mach-SmartView® systems and Mach-SEMS® (Security Efficiency Management System), Birmingham Airport have now introduced the latest product from the Mach-Secure® range of products which is the Mach-SmartAccess® Automated boarding pass gate.
MacDonald Humfrey (Automation) Ltd in conjunction with their subsidiary company Exmac Automation will undertake the complete mechanical handling design inclusive of simulation of component handling and system though put
MacDonald Humfrey (Automation) Ltd has been awarded the controls and automation contract to replace the existing DCV system with a conventional baggage handling system.
Gatwick Airport following on from a rigorous evaluation procedure against International competition has selected the major elements of the Mach-Secure product range.
As part of a security upgrade programme embarked on by the United Nations in Vienna to secure access into the facility, Rapsican Technologies have introduced their latest 620 Dual View X-Ray screening technology along with the Mach-SmartLane® solution.
London City Airport has embarked on a major programme to upgrade their passenger outbound Security facilities in advance of the forthcoming London Olympics. The ultimate aim of the new facility is to increase security, increase passenger satisfaction and the customer experience, increase the efficiency of the overall systems and reduce passenger waiting times.