Head of Passenger Security, Gatwick Airport
Airport IT & Security brings together CIOs, Directors and Heads of Operations and Security from the world’s major international airports and regional hubs.
The shape of the airport industry is changing, and airport professionals need to embrace the changes. Airports are currently facing the need to increase capacity with growing passenger demand and at the same time enhance the passenger experience. Physical constraints mean technology is at the frontline of addressing this challenge. Airport IT & Security 2019 offers two programmes running concurrently and each will cover driving digitisation initiatives forward, creatively combining services and more effective collaboration between stakeholders.
With more airports registered this year than last, make sure you register your interest and keep in touch with the latest updates.
VP – Data & Analytics, Dublin Airport Authority
Chief Operating Officer, Gatwick Airport
Chair, IATA Facilitation Working Group
Director Information Systems and Telecommunications, Miami International Airport, Chair, ACI World Airport Information Technology Standing Committee
COO, Kansai Airports
With the ability to measure operational efficiency, realtimeDXB provides enhanced decision-support tools to improve operations and manage disruption more effectively.
Russell Holmes, Strategy Director at ico Design, provided us with an interesting opinion piece, that asks: What would happen if big-tech brands opened an airport?
David Ryder, Head of Aviation Security at ACI EUROPE emphasises how there is no one particular threat in the aviation sector. If you let your guard slip in one aspect,…
New AI-powered chatbot adviser at Sendai Airport will provide passengers with friendly, expert service, guidance, tips and more.
Many believe biometric technology holds the key to seamless travel and can offer quicker, safer and more enjoyable experiences throughout an airport. Despite this, there are doubts surrounding cyber-security risks,…
Trials at Fiumicino Airport reveal that simple fingerprint drug screening helps airport and border control teams to respond to drug mule suspects in just 10 minutes.
Artificial intelligence, alongside proper training and education, can manage even the worst of security breaches into a positive outcome for airports and their users, says Kristina Dores, Chief, Aerodromes &…
Considering the detrimental effects on the aviation industry, Jonathan Nicholson, Assistant Director, Civil Aviation Authority, highlights the risks, opportunities and challenges related to the use of unmanned aircraft.
ACI highlighted that reliable and effective transmission of data across all airport stakeholders is key to both efficiency and improving the passenger experience.