Fran Kauzlaric, Innovation Lead at Brussels Airport Company, shares how the airport’s use of innovative technologies to ‘predict the future’ has brought some much needed certainty to the uncertain times of the pandemic.
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Around 30 innovative exhibits offer an exciting glimpse behind the scenes at Frankfurt Airport and of aviation in general.
Conor Mullan, Associate Member Representative on the Civil Air Navigation Services Organization’s (CANSO) Executive Committee and Managing Director of Think Research, discusses the progress that CANSO members have made on remote and digital towers in the last 10 years, what direction the concept might take from here and how members…
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.
The 10-year partnership will create an “Airport in a Box” platform, which transforms technology, operations and customer experience.
Billy Shallow, Director for Innovation and Technology at Airports Council International (ACI) World, outlines the top 10 priorities that airports should be considering, to meet the challenges of today’s evolving aviation industry.
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.
In this jam-packed issue we feature articles from industry experts on a range of topics including: biometrics; accessibility; construction and renovation; PRM assistance; Global Reporting Format; airport technology priorities; airport design; and also, an event review of our hugely successful Rebuilding Airports Online Summit which took place in May.
The Veovo solution will give London Luton Airport greater control and flexibility over airline billing and deals to maximise growth potential.
Hawaii Department of Transportation installs thermal screening and facial imaging at five major airports
The facial imaging technology will help airport representatives efficiently pull passengers aside who have been detected to have an elevated core body temperature of 100.4 degrees and higher - a common symptom of COVID-19.
Earlier this year, we met with the International Airport Review Advisory Board to discuss the state of the aviation industry. The result is this detailed report which is free for subscribers to download.