Features and benefits of AeroCloud’s eSCAN security scanning software
Provides airport staff with a simple and fast boarding pass verification interface.
Our optional mobile app runs on both IOS and Android devices.
Provides secure access to virtual desktops and applications.
Integrates with various automated gates for passenger self-scanning.
Can validate other tickets, including Fast Track queues and Lounge Access.
Landside or Airside?
Delivers the accurate tracking of passengers’ journeys from arrival to departure, as well as authenticating and validating individuals’ travel status.
Feeds directly into our DCS, displaying the time stamp of each security touchpoint.
With real-time data from our other systems and operational use history, we can build a picture of the full passenger journey to provide a real-time overview of airport terminal operational and expected passenger flows.
Want to learn more about our eScan Passenger Verification software? Contact our sales team, and we’ll show you the full power of what AeroCloud can do.
Sarasota–Bradenton International Airport (SRQ) opened in 1942 near the west coast of Florida. It handles over 1.5m passengers a year and over 100,000 aircraft operations.
Lionel Guilbert is Senior Vice President of Operations & Public Safety at SRQ and is responsible for ensuring passengers and aircraft get where they need to go. In 2019 he and the airport’s procurement team opened a tender to look for a new airport operations management platform.
Tampa International Airport (TPA) in Florida sought a flexible, efficient solution to improve its operations and passenger experience, particularly during challenging times.
AeroCloud’s modular, cloud-native platform provided TPA with a tailored solution, addressing their specific needs without the excess features of a larger all-in-one system.
Since 2019, TPA has benefited from AeroCloud’s platform, granting relevant access to tenants and ground operations teams and streamlining communication during irregular operations. The easy-to-use platform has effectively supported the airport, enhancing overall efficiency and service.
AeroCloud Optic’s award-winning computer vision technology has been trialled in both UK and US airports.
At Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LPL), it has been used to understand movement better, identifying where peaks, bottlenecks and queues are likely to be, resulting in better planning and increased efficiency.
Paul Staples, Operations Director at Liverpool John Lennon Airport, describes it as “the holy grail of commercial activity in an airport.”