DENVER -- A German engineering consultant said it has taken nearly two years to test an automated baggage system at Frankfurt's airport that resembles the one Denver International Airport tried to test in two months.

"The systlem has to be tested in stages," Jorg Nahke said this week. "Each subsystem must be tested and debugged before the whole system can work."

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