On 4th December 2019, International Airport Review and Nokia hosted a webinar, detailing how a strong wireless communications foundation, built on 4.9G or 5G, can enable reliable connections within airport operations.
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Imagine buying the high-tech car of your dreams but not taking delivery for a few years. In that time, your family grows, life changes and technology advances – fast. By the time you’re sitting behind the wheel in 2022, you no longer need to. With the rise of driverless cars,…
In Swedish airports, new technologies are being tested and installed to drive innovation and improve the passengers' experience.
Using a network of cameras, artificial intelligence is to be employed at Heathrow Terminal 5 to help ensure flights depart safely and on time.
A new implementation, made in cooperation between AZANS and HungaroControl, will help with the exchange and storage of aeronautical data.
We spoke to Sasa Leveric, Head of IT Department at Pula Airport, to see what projects the airport is currently implementing as well as what he thinks the biggest trends are in airport IT are right now.
We spoke to Annet Steenbergen, Chair of the IATA Facilitation Working Group about creating a truly seamless passenger flow by facilitating trust.
The first IoT application at Schiphol involves the option for passengers to share real-time feedback regarding their experiences in the toilet facilities.
A new report has said that to remain resilient, UK airports should be prepared for disruptive technologies and share data.
Passengers want more control through their smartphones and shorter waiting times with the use of biometrics when travelling.
A crypto-mining infection has been discovered at an international airport, despite the network being protected by antivirus systems.
How to streamline operational processes and excel in customer experience: The “Aeroporti di Roma” success story
On 19th September 2019, International Airport Review hosted a webinar in association with TIBCO, exploring the potential of correlating data.
Day two of AITS 2019 has opened with a push for sharing strategies to ensure airports are future-ready.
New technologies – and the data they provide – can better inform decision making, keep operations up to date and ensure the passenger is content.
Developing new non-aeronautical revenue streams by investing in the digital future is key to hedging risks and profiting from increasing potentials.