Airport operators urged to share views on security and resources
Posted: 7 May 2010 | The BIG Partnership | No comments yet
Airport operators across the globe are being encouraged to air their views on security operations and airport resources by taking part in an online survey…
Airport operators across the globe are being encouraged to air their views on security operations and airport resources by taking part in an online survey commissioned by leading aviation IT solutions provider Amor Group.
There are just a few days left to complete the short survey, which acknowledges that managing security in today’s ever-changing environment is constant source of demand on airport resources.
With increased security alerts, higher risk profiles and a more demanding screening process, the time, effort and resource required to process passengers is increasing, at a point when airport operators are under huge pressure to maintain a cost-effective operation.
The survey invites opinions on the premise that airport security must be able to respond to continuous changes in operational processes, while being challenged to reduce costs and improve efficiencies.
The results will form the basis of a white paper on optimising airport operations, which will be discussed during a webinar session on June 15.
With a global client list including Heathrow, Frankfurt and Gatwick Airports, Amor Group is widely recognised for its pioneering solutions to remove bottlenecks within airports.
It recently secured a contract with Oslo Airport AS to provide its innovative PAXTrax+ solution to measure queues at the airport, with its Bluetooth technology partner, BLIP Systems.
Alan Hiddleston, Amor Group’s Airport Operations Specialist, said: “We have already had an excellent response to the survey, the results of which will give us an interesting insight into common issues in airport operations across the world.
“We offer a number of innovative solutions and products for the aviation industry and want to make sure these solutions continue to meet the demands of today’s challenging airport operations environment.
“The survey should only take 10 minutes to complete and we would urge anyone who has not already done so to visit our website and complete the questionnaire before it closes on Tuesday (May 11).”
All participants will receive a free copy of the report on the results.
To take part, visit www.amorgroup.com/SOAR