VP – Data & Analytics, Dublin Airport Authority
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.
Chief Operating Officer, Gatwick Airport
Director of Operations, Edinburgh Airport
Director Information Systems and Telecommunications, Miami International Airport, Chair, ACI World Airport Information Technology Standing Committee
Director Safety, Security & Environment, Schiphol Airport
Head of Department – Technical Knowledge and Data, Copenhagen Airport
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In an exclusive from David Gammie, CIO at Edinburgh Airport, we hear how smart networks help to meet increasing passenger demands for connectivity while delivering 24/7 business critical operations.
An investment of over £50 million could see passengers keeping their liquids and laptops inside their cabin baggage when passing through security.
Delving deep into the airport IT and security sectors, our recent survey results offer opinions from industry professionals across the globe.
The second phase of HIA's 'Smart Airport' programme sets to initiate a major digital transformation of the passenger journey across all key terminal touch points.
A new CT scanner at Miami International Airport is expected to help relieve the pressure point of security lines within the terminal.
Finnair is offering biometric boarding at Los Angeles Airport, with a solution that has been running under the U.S. Biometric Exit trial programme.
With projects ranging from air taxis to AI in air traffic control, the UK CAA's 'Innovation Sandbox' plans to keep UK aviation at the forefront of technology.