Managing Director, Green Light Ltd., Editor, Aviation Security International
We are currently planning our next event, taking place in London on 25-26 September 2019. Please register your interest, and we will provide you with an update in the next few weeks.
Airport IT & Security 2018 played host to CIOs, Directors, Heads of Operations and Security from the world’s major international airports for two days of networking, insight, discussion and debate into the latest security and IT challenges, innovations and opportunities.
Divisional Director for Transport & Infrastructure, Synectics
Innovation Manager, Geneva International Airport
Heathrow’s Automation and Innovation team
Assistant Professor; Supervisor, De Montfort University; Copenhagen Business School
Digital Innovation Manager, Swedavia AB
At the end of day two of the #AITS18 conference we would like to thank all those that attended and contributed to the event. We provide an overview of the…
On day one of our conference we look into the ways the industry has developed to the needs of the passenger today, and the way security assists.
International Airport Review is very proud to announce the shortlisted candidates for its 2018 Awards, and would like to thank everyone who participated, nominated and voted in the awards this…
The Aruba Happy Flow is the first 100 per cent self-service passenger experience, based on traveller-centric biometric technology, from kerb to boarding. It was developed by three operational partners; The…
With the age of digitisation racing forward we asked Delta how the digitisation of cargo transport has, and will, affect the customer. Vice President of Delta Cargo, Shawn Cole, provides…
Through an internal investigation, British Airways has discovered that from their hack in late September 2018, more passengers’ data has been compromised than originally suspected.
Over nine million passengers’ data has been compromised in the latest data breach to hit the aviation industry – but the breach, first identified in March, is only now being…
It is hoped that the data insights provided by the workshop will improve aspects of the passenger journey, leading to a seamless experience.
Heathrow is to launch the airport’s first end-to-end biometrics trial, bringing facial recognition to each point of the departing passenger’s journey.