Veovo, the technology company that is powering smart decision-making across airports, has announced that London Gatwick Airport has selected Veovo's Passenger Predictability solution to optimise security operations and improve passenger flow.
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13 August 2021 | By Veovo
Brian Cobb, Chief Innovation Officer and Stephen Saunders, Director of Innovation & Information Technology at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, explain the benefits of having complete visibility over passengers and processes with Veovo's Kerb-to-Flight Passenger Flow Management.
If the crisis has taught us one thing, it’s that, while airports do need to focus on recovery, they must also put in place systems that give them the ultimate agility to survive future volatile events - and they need to do it now.
The Veovo solution will give London Luton Airport greater control and flexibility over airline billing and deals to maximise growth potential.
CVG Airport adopts Veovo’s curb-to-flight passenger flow management for data-driven passenger enhancements
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) is partnering with Veovo to expand data input at the airport.
The new operational system will support the coordination of decision making across the entire Perth Airport site, including landside, airside and all flights.
Understanding passenger flow throughout the airport terminal forms the basis for many operational decisions. Most airports are not equipped to do this. Measuring queues is only part of the story. It’s time airports also considered the entire Kerb-to-Flight journey, to close the gap between how airports see passengers today and…
Airport operations have always been a complex, finely-tuned balance between capacity and demand, passenger experience and cost of service, the predictable and the unexpected.
KEF recently implemented a dynamic forecasting solution with unique live re-forecasting capabilities which became a vital tool in keeping operations running smoothly while dealing with three major issues.
Following the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic, the opportunities to implement artificial intelligence at airports have increased.
Over the last six months, airport operational planning has been thrown into a veritable tailspin. The traditional way of basing decisions off stable schedules, historical data and static rulesets is now suddenly ineffective and struggles to reflect the realities of a dynamic and unprecedented aviation environment.
12 August 2020 | By Veovo
During this webinar Martin Bowman, Deloitte’s Director of Aviation Digital Assets, looked at the far-reaching implications of COVID-19 on operational planning. He also explored what new approaches will be needed to adapt to a world where constraints are higher and uncertainty is prevalent. Veovo CEO, James Williamson, considered the ingredients…
Veovo will implement its revenue management system across all of Swedavia's airport network, such as Stockholm Arlanda Airport.
Despite the International Air Transport Association (IATA) warning that passenger demand will not fully recover until 2024, flight data consolidator OAG is reporting green shoots of recovery.