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ICM Airport Technics Australia Pty Ltd
 
ICM Airport Technics Australia Pty Ltd
Business Nature:IT and Communications
Country:Australia
Contact Person:Mr. Tim Kotlar
Email:tim.kotlar@icm.aero
Telephone:9695 7200
Company Website:www.icm.aero
 
ICM Airport Technics is a global company that specialises in the provision of self-service baggage solutions for airports and airlines all over the world. Since 2009, ICM has led the way with the most comprehensive range of self-service bag drop products to suit a large range of client needs and budgets. Having processed more than 56 million bags worldwide, ICM is the established global leader in providing airports with either retro-fitted or replacement type Auto Bag Drop (ABD) units. As the name suggests, ICM’s mission is to continually develop innovation that creates movement. ICM operates globally with offices in Australia, France, Singapore, Japan, UK and the USA.
Airpot Project Undertaken
Australia > All major domestic (Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide).
Last Update:22/05/2018
Series 7 Auto Bag Drop units
From 6/2010 (in progress)
Qantas has installed Auto Bag Drop units for domestic use at all major airports in Australia: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Canberra and Adelaide.
Germany > Munich
Last Update:22/05/2018
Series 7 Auto Bag Drop units
From 7/2017 (in progress)
Munich Airport installed ICM’s Series 7 ABD units for trial in 2017 at Terminal 1 with German airline TUIfly.
United Kingdom > Heathrow
Last Update:22/05/2018
Series 1 Type 1 & Type 2 Auto Bag Drop units, Terminals 2,3 and 5
From 1/2016 (in progress)
London's Heathrow Airport has had 24 Series 1 Type 1 ABD units in use since 2016 with British Airways at Terminal 5. Earlier this year Heathrow placed further roll-out orders for Series 1 Type 2 ABD units for Terminals 2, 3 and 5.
France > Paris (Charles de Gaulle, Orly, Marseilles)
Last Update:22/05/2018
Series 1 Type 1 Auto Bag Drop units
From 1/2015 (in progress)
Paris Aéroport (Groupe AdP) has 276 of ICM's Series 1 ABD units in operation at both Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly Airports, since 2015. A further roll-out order by Groupe AdP for 72 Series 1 Type 1 ABD units was announced in February for Paris-Orly Airport, to be installed in early 2019. Aéroport Marseilles Provence has installed 8 of ICM’s Series 1 ABD units, with the first two units going live in February 2018 with Air Corsica at Terminal 1. The other 4 units will be installed later this year for Air France passengers in hall B and two others in hall A.
United States > Minneapolis-St.Paul International
Last Update:22/05/2018
Series 7 Auto Bag Drop
From 5/2017 (in progress)
Delta Air Lines debuted the nation's first biometric self-service bag drop units at Minneapolis-St.Paul International airport in 2017. One ABD unit is equipped with facial recognition technology to match customers with their passport photos - a first for U.S. carriers. The other units have fingerprint readers that operate with the CLEAR pre-enrolled program.
New Zealand > Auckland International
Last Update:22/05/2018
Series 7 Auto Bag Drop
From 12/2015 (in progress)
Air New Zealand has 13 biometrically enabled Series 7 Auto Bag Drop units in operation at Auckland Airport. This installation was a world first for ICM as these were the first bag drop units in the world to to go live with biometrics (December 2015).
Singapore > Changi
Last Update:22/05/2018
Series 7 Auto Bag Drop Units, Terminals 1, 2, 3 & 4
From 1/2017 (in progress)
Singapore's Changi airport has the largest amount of self-service bag drop units in one terminal anywhere in the world. With 50 units at both T4 and T1, plus 12 units at both T3 and T2, Changi airport has 124 operational ABD units in total. Changi T4 which opened in October 2017 has championed airport self-service with their Fast and Seamless Travel (FAST) initiative, proving once again why they have been named by Skytrax in 2018 as the World's Best Airport for the 6th consecutive year.
Australia > Sydney International
Last Update:22/05/2018
Series 7 Auto Bag Drop, Terminal 1
From 3/2018 (in progress)
In March 2018, Sydney Airport deployed 12 of ICM's latest generation Series 7 ABD units as well as the software for 36 check-in kiosks at Terminal 1 for use by Qantas on international flights. In May, 4 additional Series 7 Hybrid Fixed Desk Auto Bag Drop units were added to Terminal 1 bringing the total number of ICM's self-service bag drop units in Terminal 1 for Qantas to 16.