In the third and final instalment of an exclusive mini-series by International Airport Review, Sarah Talbot, Project Manager and Airport Planner at ADM Aéroports de Montréal, discusses the intricacies of implementing ORAT within the airport’s major infrastructure projects.
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Roel Huinink, President and CEO of JFKIAT, speaks to International Airport Review about how the airport has integrated camera-enabled technology into their airport operations, which provides real-time alerts on social distancing and indicates where resources and staff are best deployed.
Zihong Gorman, IT Manager at San Francisco International Airport, details how upgrading their ETL programmes has reinvigorated analytics tools at the airport and is allowing both itself and business users to achieve so much more from their data.
San Francisco International Airport colleagues Erin Cooke, Sustainability and Environmental Policy Director, and Anthony Bernheim, Healthy & Resilient Buildings Program Manager - Planning, Design & Construction, explain the airport’s goals to become a ‘zero’ campus and the importance of sustainability in a region that is actively experiencing the effects of…
The launch of the digital marketplace is part of JFKIAT's efforts to enable a contactless customer experience and to prepare T4 for the next normal of air travel.
Heather Karch, Aviation Facilities and Infrastructure Architecture Manager and Section 504/ADA Coordinator at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, writes of the services and amenities that the airport has implemented and recently expanded in order to provide a positive passenger experience for all.
As part of its efforts to become more sustainable, San Diego International Airport will utilise 100 per cent renewable and 100 per cent carbon-free energy.
In the second instalment of an exclusive mini-series for International Airport Review, Sarah Talbot, Project Manager and Airport Planner at ADM Aéroports de Montréal, discusses the benefits that ORAT can bring to airports as the industry strives to bounce back after the coronavirus pandemic.
The project to expand Philadelphia Airport's air cargo facilities has the potential to create more than 28,000 jobs and drive billions of dollars in direct economic impact to the region.
The new facility will provide electricity and heat for Edmonton Airport's operations from the same source, which will significantly lower the airport's carbon emissions and reduce costs.
In the latest instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive series, Elena Fisher, City Planner in the Division of Aviation for the City of Philadelphia, writes how the DOA is working beyond its own initial sustainability goals to collaborate with outside organisations and government in order to achieve a truly integrated…
In the latest instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive series, President and CEO of the Greater Toronto Airports Authority, Deborah Flint, writes of the multifaceted changes that Toronto Pearson Airport has made as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and explains how many of these will remain crucial to the…
Director and CEO of Miami International Airport, Lester Sola, discusses the significant benefits, both financially and environmentally, resulting from the airport’s sustainability projects in the next instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive series.
Unmanned Aircraft Systems can pose a threat to transportation security when flown too close to certain aviation, surface, or related transportation venues and many operators do not follow safety restrictions.