With both the aviation and mainstream press awash with the current round of aviation buzzwords (for example seamless journey, biometrics, face is your passport, blockchain, big data and AI) and senior airport and airline executives all pushing to take their airports forward and address the issues of growth and passenger…
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Human Recognition Systems
The 21st Century requires technology that automates and digitises the identity of people in some of the most demanding and highly regulated public spaces. With billions of people transiting through airports worldwide – aviation is a major sector.
Whitepaper: Accurate Passenger Journey Measurement – Why it pays to measure (and how to get your CFO interested)
Why measure the flow of people?
For many years, Gatwick Airport has been successfully transforming the airport experience to help achieve its ambitious strategy to be London’s transit hub of choice.
A challenge that many airport pass offices face worldwide is the impact of large new infrastructure projects to address the projected long-term increase in passenger numbers.
In February, the head of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) issued a warning about the growing capacity crisis that faces the aviation industry. But is simply building more the best way forward? Simon Meyer of Human Recognition Systems tells us more.
Passenger experience is being left behind in the technological revolution that is streamlining most other sectors of airport operations. Human Recognition System's Simon Meyer tells us more about what the passenger wants and how airports can meet their demands.
In this white paper, Neil Norman outlines how airports can smooth the journey for their passengers from check-in to gate without expanding a single foot.
Find out how measuring passenger flow can help an airport increase operational efficiencies, maximise retail revenues, improve passenger experience and increase security effectiveness...