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Gap con ops rev3


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Gap con ops rev3

  1. 1. GAP Project Concept of OperationsOrlando Morenoomoreno@hotmail.com408.656.2498
  2. 2. GAP CON OPS OVERVIEW Automated X-Ray Screening and Baggage Handling System (BHS) complexity and operation is defined by: - Airport size - Airport bag throughput Personnel roles/functions as defined by Airport operation: - Check In Counter - Level 2 Screeners - Level 3 Trace Detection - Matrix Administrators - MVXR5000 and BHS Maintenance - Baggage Jam handlers/Loaders2 Confidential and Proprietary Information
  3. 3. MVXR5000 Sites3 Confidential and Proprietary Information
  4. 4. MVXR5000 HBS Concept of Operation 1. Check In counters tags, and introduces bags onto BHS line 2. All bags will go through Level 1 X-Ray Scanner for L1 automated analysis 3. Level 1 “Clear” bags will go to community clear carousel for load onto planes 4. Level 1 “Reject” bags images will be sent for Level 2 operator review 5. Level 2 Operators will have time-limit to make decision on reject bag 6. All bags rejected by Level 1 and Level 2 will be sent to Level 3 Trace inspection4 Confidential and Proprietary Information
  5. 5. MVXR5000 HBS Concept of Operation5 Confidential and Proprietary Information
  6. 6. Check In Counters Primary Function: • Check in luggage, and tag luggage correctly • Determine if baggage will require to be placed into tubs o Small luggage (low profile/odd profile) o Light luggage (> .5 kg) o Luggage with loose hanging straps (backpacks) • Determine if baggage is too large (Out of Gauge) Operational Impact: • Personnel should be training on what baggage could be placed onto BHS system. Special instructions needed for small bags (backpacks), or oversized bags (golf bags, snowboards, skis) • Mishandled bags at the check in counter could impact operation and cause delays (bag jams, mis-tracks, and diebacks) • Mis-tagged bags will go on the wrong flight or delay luggage loading6 Confidential and Proprietary Information
  7. 7. Level 2 Screeners Primary Function: • Provide secondary human review of Level 1 automated reject images • Operators will have multiple image enhancement options to analyze images clearly • Level 1 rejected images will display with threat or shield alarm in at least one of the views Operational Impact: • Operator should be given training on material discrimination • If operator does not make decision within the time limit, bag will default reject to Level 3. • Operator performance is managed with Threat Image Projection system7 Confidential and Proprietary Information
  8. 8. Level 3 Trace Detection Primary Function: • Provide level 3 Trace and physical inspection of the following type of bags (Level 2 rejected, timed-out bags, mis-tracked bags) • Bags tags will indicate luggage owner • Inspected and cleared bags will be reintroduced into BHS at re-entry point • Suspect threat bags will be processed with airport defined threat protocols Operational Impact: • All bags coming to Level 3 must be scrutinized as alarm bags • Processing time is dependent on human manual inspection efficiency, and may cause bag delays if personnel is not trained or sufficiently staffed8 Confidential and Proprietary Information
  9. 9. MVXR5000 Matrix Administrator Primary Function: • Manage user accounts • Manage statistical reporting • Manage archive image replay • Manage screener operator performance • Manage Threat Image Projection performance9 Confidential and Proprietary Information
  10. 10. MVXR5000 + BHS Maintenance Personnel Primary Function: • Monitor and maintain MVXR5000 system, Matrix Network Servers, and Level 2 Workstations, Conveyors, and Carousel equipment • Conduct corrective maintenance repairs • Conduct scheduled preventive maintenance checks Operational Impact: • Personnel should undergo MVXR5000 maintenance training • Personnel should undergo BHS maintenance training • A fallback (redundancy plan) should be outlined in sites with only 1 X- Ray system. • A schedule should be outlined to allow periodic scheduled maintenance of the entire MVXR5000 and BHS systems, including X-Ray, Servers, Workstations, Conveyors, and Carousel10 Confidential and Proprietary Information
  11. 11. Baggage Handlers/Loaders Primary Function: • Shared responsibility as handlers/loaders depending on staffing • Rectify bag jams throughout system, including MVXR5000 and BHS, and ensure free flow is consistently maintained • Secondary check of bags checked in at check in counter • Sort and load bags by flight/destination Operational Impact: • Personnel should be trained on safety aspects of MVXR and conveyor systems (Radiation, E-STOP, bag handling, etc…) • New operational training will be required for many existing GAP airports since currently each airline handles all their bags separately, new BHS system will required all airlines to sort and collect bags from a single collective carousel11 Confidential and Proprietary Information
  12. 12. Baggage Handlers/Loaders Impact12 Confidential and Proprietary Information
  13. 13. Orlando Moreno 408.656.249813 Confidential and Proprietary Information