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Marc Houalla, Deputy Executive Director of Groupe ADP and Managing Director of Paris‑Charles De Gaulle Airport, argues that big data and artificial intelligence is becoming increasingly essential for airport management and takes an in-depth look at how it benefitted operations within his own airport.
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.
Hamad Airport and Hamad Bin Khalifa University's College of Science and Engineering are partnering to jointly identify ways to enhance the airport passenger experience.
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 their webinar which took place on 19 May, Nokia experts showed how a cost-effective, scalable and flexible optical LAN can support all sub-systems in an airport and grow as the airport adopts new digital applications and services in the future.
With complete 5G coverage across the entire premises, it will be possible in the future to determine the exact location of devices and people, to transport luggage on self-driving vehicles, and to use autonomous robots to secure the site.
Andrew Price, former Head of Global Baggage Operations at the International Air Transport Association (IATA), explains how to run a successful airport baggage operation as volumes return to the baggage hall, and how you can best support your passengers with their baggage journey.
The development engineers of DFS Aviation Services are supported in their highly sensitive work by KVM-over-IP™ technology from Guntermann & Drunck.
In their webinar on 19 May, Nokia will be highlighting how a cost-effective, scalable and flexible optical LAN can support all sub-systems in an airport and grow as the airport adopts new digital applications and services in the future.
This month’s In-Depth Focus explores how airports are using artificial intelligence to monitor social distancing; predict passenger flows in order to mobilise airport staff; and provide passengers with up-to-date information via a voice and chat bot.
Under the MoU, AFRAA and ACI Africa will align their actions and work jointly on a range of areas, including sustainability and air travel affordability.
In this issue we feature articles from industry experts on a range of topics including: VINCI’s new end-to-end biometric assistant – MONA; Bristol Airport’s quest to becoming net zero carbon by 2050; and also, a sneak preview to our Rebuilding Airports Event which is taking place in May.
Nikos Papagiannopoulos, Senior Project Manager at Athens International Airport, discusses the role of airport data analytics as an enabler to unleash key information, how this is used across the aviation industry and how it has the potential to solve significant airport challenges.
The new operational system will support the coordination of decision making across the entire Perth Airport site, including landside, airside and all flights.