Our Product

The OneBin is a multi-compartment bin designed to revolutionize the airport security experience. The product will replace the existing single compartment bin with a multi-compartment bin with conspicuous and instructive labeling to decrease inspection time thereby increasing throughput. Specifically, the compartmented bin will improve efficiency in the divestiture process by providing clear, real-time guidance (labeled compartments) to the traveler. Almost all travelers will only need one compartmented bin to hold their belongings, thus OneBin per passenger.
Security Personnel

Security Personnel

A Safer and Faster Security Process
Standardized Item Locations
Reduced # of X-Rays per Traveler
Promotes collection of all belongings
Reduced security manpower

Traveler

Traveler

A Quicker and Improved Experience
Unified signage with receptacles
Eased movement to recomposure area
Larger bin fits 99% of all travelers

Accomplishments

Accomplishments

Praised by Security and Passengers
MIT Product Design – Award Winner
ASME iShow – Finalist
CNBC’s Millionaire Inventor - Finalist

 Our Story

Our Story

The OneBin originated in a product development class at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in a combined Systems Engineering and Management effort. The Design Team spent copious hours researching the screening process and found the main causes of inefficiencies to be passenger confusion resulting in errors and the inability for security to review items quickly and efficiently. The prototype was tested at Boston’s Logan airport and praised by Boston’s TSA Director.

Today, the OneBin can be found on four Norwegian Cruise Line ships; MS Joy (Shanghai), MS Breakaway (NY), MS Escape (NY), and MS Bliss (Alaska)).

The Onebin vision is to revolution the security checkpoint experience for both travelers and security officers.

Our Team

Ben Levitt
Ben Levitt
Co-Founder & COO
Katy O'Brien
Katy O'Brien
Co-Founder & CTO