IDEMIA is utilising advanced biometric identification technologies to enable airport operators to reconcile luggage with its owner.
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Delft University of Technology researchers are launching a study on a new way of working at Schiphol’s baggage handling halls.
In this issue of International Airport Review we feature articles from industry experts on a range of topics including: future-proofing airport infrastructure, construction & design, green energy, automation, health and safety, wayfinding and passenger experience, plus an In-Depth Focus supplement on baggage innovation.
In this exclusive article, Chris Summers, IT Project Manager for Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, writes about the importance of Urban Air Mobility (UAM/AAM), how it can lessen the carbon impact of flying, and help deliver medical essentials, and people, to their destinations quicker.
Listen to this exclusive podcast episode with IAR's Advisory Board Member, Maurice Jenkins, Miami Airport's Chief Innovation Officer.
At Routes Americas 2023, International Airport Review caught up with the CEO of Avports, watch this exclusive interview now.
Their partnership will see a a digital-first passenger experience for UrbanV’s vertiports in Rome, which will kickstart construction in 2024.
The electric vehicles will help reduce its carbon footprint, and save millions of dollars of energy in water and energy consumption annually.
Ferrovial Airports and Eve Air Mobility, a developer of electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL), have agreed to collaborate to safely and reliably develop the operations of vertiports and eVTOLs.
At the end of 2022, we met with International Airport Review's Advisory Board to discuss the state of the aviation industry. The result is this detailed report which is free for subscribers to download.
An eight-kilometre-long test route will be the driveway for Frankfurt’s self-driving electric cargo tractor. The airport hopes the vehicle will improve efficiency of operations.
To continue guaranteeing baggage reliability, Schiphol will first install a completely new and working system elsewhere, after which, the existing systems that require updating can be tackled.
To support air traffic recovery and meet long-term staffing needs, CAG is investing in robotics technology to automate labour-intensive roles in the outdoor apron environment.