Denver airport to install 40 check-in kiosks, 176 self bag-drop units

Visitors to the Denver International Airport will enjoy the convenience of check-in kiosks and self bag-drop systems at the Jeppesen Terminal as part of a $650 million redevelopment project, according to a press release. The airport has commissioned Materna to equip the terminal with 176 self bag-drop units and 40 check-in kiosks by 2020, making it the world's largest self bag-drop installation. 

Materna's self bag-drop solution combines an agent counter with a self bag-drop unit and scanner portal positioned over the conveyor to scan baggage tags. The scanner unit also ensures safe baggage handling processes by only accepting baggage of the correct size and weight.

Materna has also completed installations in Toronto, Montreal, Miami, Quebec, Minneapolis-Saint Paul, and the John Wayne Airport in Orange County, California.

Topics: Airport Kiosks, Customer Experience, Interactive / Touchscreen, Transportation / Travel

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