In-line, automatic air cargo screening

Automatic air cargo screening

The air cargo industry is facing pressure from several fronts: increasing security threats; strict regulations across the globe; the need to modernise through automation and integrated technology; and significant sector growth. At the same time, many are evaluating how to comply with both ECAC Standard 3 and the latest TSA requirements – and this provides an opportunity.

Advances in air cargo screening technology can improve operational efficiency significantly – a critical factor in an industry driven by speed.

Harald Jentsch
Head of Baggage Handling Solutions
Harald Jentsch is a certified electrical engineer in measurement/control technology.. He joined Smiths Detection in 2001, serving in various training and product management roles, leading the development of products and their launch into the global market. From 2010 to 2016 Harald was leading the sales activities for hold baggage and conventional X-ray systems. In October 2016, Harald became head of hold baggage solutions, a strategic role to help guide Smiths Detection's product portfolio in accordance with regulator and market requirements. Since November 2018, Harald additionally covers the position of head of air cargo solutions.
Harald Jentsch
Head of Baggage Handling Solutions
Harald Jentsch is a certified electrical engineer in measurement/control technology.. He joined Smiths Detection in 2001, serving in various training and product management roles, leading the development of products and their launch into the global market. From 2010 to 2016 Harald was leading the sales activities for hold baggage and conventional X-ray systems. In October 2016, Harald became head of hold baggage solutions, a strategic role to help guide Smiths Detection's product portfolio in accordance with regulator and market requirements. Since November 2018, Harald additionally covers the position of head of air cargo solutions.