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Airport Management System
Energy Management System
Baggage Handling System (BHS)
Reliability Centre India has been engaged by Siemens Mobility for assessing the Reliability, Availability, Maintainability, and Safety (RAMS) aspect of the Baggage Handling System (BHS) for the following projects:-
  • T3 Terminal, Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport, New Delhi, India
  • Airport Express Line, New Delhi, India
  • Suvarnabhumi Airport's Railway Link, Bangkok, Thailand
The BHS at T3 Terminal of IGI Airport, New Delhi, India can handle bags at 168 check-in desks at the departures level of the terminal. For oversize luggage, there will be five desks available. A total of 28 X-ray stations will be integrated in the system so that all baggage can be subjected to a 100% security inspection. The sorting system has been designed for a capacity of over 11,300 bags per hour and has a total length of almost 13 kilometers. Tilt-tray sorters as well as vertical sorters and high-speed diverters will be used. In addition, the system includes make-up carousels. At the arrivals level of the new terminal, twelve baggage claim systems will ensure problem-free distribution of baggage to travelers. The total value of the contract amounts to 36 million Euros.
Figure: Baggage Handling System (BHS) inside the Express Line
The BHS in the Express Lines in New Delhi and Bangkok will offer passengers an added convenience: travelers to the airport will be able to check their baggage in at the metro stations in the city. There they will be able to pick up their boarding cards, get on the Airport Express and ride to the international airport. Upon arriving, they can then go straight to the security check and proceed to their departure gate. Independently of this, the baggage which they checked in at the metro station will arrive at the airport, where it will be fed into the existing baggage handling system, taken through the automatic security check and loaded onto planes according to their respective flight destinations.
Reliability Centre India has engineered the following type of documents for the BHS in the above mentioned projects:-
  • Reliability Prediction and Analysis based on RBD methodology.
  • Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA)
  • RAMS Demonstration Plan
  • RAMS Demonstration Report
  • Development of Operational Manual
  • Development of Maintenance Manual
  • Hazard Log
  • Hazard Analysis
  • Preliminary Hazard Analysis (PHA)
    Sub System Hazard Analysis (SSHA)
    Interface Hazard Analysis (IHA)
    Operating and Support Hazard Analysis (OSHA)
  • Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)
  • Design Safety Study
  • Design Safety Report
  • Operational Safety Case
Project in Zambia
We managed US $2.3 million project of laying Optical Fibre cable and setting up antennas on Mobile Telephone towers in Malawi and Zambia.

Projects with Siemens
We undertook RAMS analysis of BHS system designed by Siemens for their projects in India and Thailand.

Software Audit
We have conducted manual testing and auditing of the software. Common problems and software failures encountered in e-governance projects.