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Start date: January 2024
Assignment Duration: 5 months
Educational Level: HBO
Desired Study: Mechanical Engineering
Vanderlande is currently experiencing issues related to dust created within the operation of Tubtrax baggage handling equipment at our airport customers.
The dust is created in several parts of the system and sticks to the static loaded HDPE carrier. Whenever the static carrier is neutralized or undergoes an abrupt impact the accumulated dust falls off of the carrier onto the floor or sticks to system equipment.
This leads to reduced system reliability/performance (e.g. blocked PECs, blocked heat sinks) and has a negative effect on system quality perception of the customer.
We are looking for a recommended solution incl. design on how to mitigate this issue.
The assignment is for the Technology department (also known as Research and Development). You will be working in the stream ‘Transport and Sort Airports’ which is responsible for the entire platform (Equipment and OT-Software) for baggage handling systems for Airports. The department is made out of 5 teams, 2 Veghel based development teams, 1 Veghel based system team and 2 Pune (India) based development teams. The focus of these teams is the development of a globally used baggage handling portfolio, amongst others the Tubtrax product line.
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Vanderlande is the global market leader for value-added logistic process automation at airports, and in the parcel market. Vanderlande’s baggage handling systems move 4.2 billion pieces of luggage around the world per year. Its systems are active in 600 airports including 14 of the world’s top 20.