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Examining the use of robotics in airport customer service

24 May 2016 | By International Airport Review

In December 2015 KLM Royal Dutch Airlines became the first airline in the world to deploy a socially-aware robot to help passengers navigate their way through the airport. The trial, which took place at Amsterdam Schiphol, raises the question of whether there is a place for robotics in the customer…

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Airport Wildlife Management: Mitigating wildlife hazards

24 May 2016 | By Anastasios Anagnostopoulos, Head of Wildlife and Landscaping in the Environmental Services Department at Athens International Airport S.A.

Anastasios Anagnostopoulos, Head of Wildlife and Landscaping in the Environmental Services Department at Athens International Airport S.A., explains how birdstrikes and wildlife hazard control can be integrated into an airport’s safety management system...

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Airfield Lighting at Queenstown Airport in New Zealand

24 May 2016 | By Airways New Zealand

Queenstown Airport is the gateway to one of New Zealand’s most popular tourist destinations and is experiencing unprecedented growth. Its alpine terrain and fluctuating weather also make the aviation environment challenging for air transport operations. Airways New Zealand reveals how a major lighting and infrastructure upgrade is making evening flights…

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Passenger Processing: The benefits of fast travel

24 May 2016 | By IATA

In 2007 IATA launched the ‘Fast Travel’ initiative to help airports around the world provide fast and hassle-free journeys to their passengers. In this article, IATA reviews the strengths of the initiative and considers how, in today’s digital world, airports can harness mobile technology to create seamless travel...

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Innovative and sustainable airfield pavement engineering solutions

24 May 2016 | By Halil Ceylan, Kasthurirangan Gopalakrishnan and Sunghwan Kim, from the Institute for Transportation at Iowa State University

With annual enplanements expected to reach 1.2 billion by 2032 it’s important that airports consider sustainable pavement design solutions. Halil Ceylan, Kasthurirangan Gopalakrishnan and Sunghwan Kim, from the Institute for Transportation at Iowa State University, discuss the implications on airside pavement design for large hub airports...

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Final Call with Andreas Delhusen, DHF Airport Systems

24 May 2016 | By Andreas Delhusen, President and CEO of Swedish software solutions provider, DHF Airport Systems

Andreas Delhusen, President and CEO of Swedish software solutions provider, DHF Airport Systems, reveals the innovative Airport Fault Detection System (AFDS) and how it can contribute to airport disruption management...

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The ‘connected’ traveller

10 May 2016 | By

Passengers are demanding ever more control over their airport journeys and are subsequently shaping how airports interact with them. With the advent of the ‘single travel token’ which is able to fast track passengers through the airport using biometric and biographic information, Matthys Serfontein, Vice President of Airport Solutions at…

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