The aviation industry will soon heavily rely on data, not just to enable a smooth experience but to ensure services are based on individual preferences. ACI’s ACRIS Model will be an integral tool in this transformation.
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New partnership will enable continuous and automated tracking of Unit Load Devices both on the ground and in the air with a combination of both freight and movement data.
Letter from the Editor: Collaborative thinking and shared learning is key to developing IT and security in our industry
With airports constantly challenged to keep up with the opportunities and associated risks brought about by advances in technology, Tara Nolan looks ahead to this year's Airport IT & Security conference for some answers.
As passenger numbers continue to rise, airports are developing solutions to pressure points. In India, the use of Digi Yatra has ensured that despite the increase in passengers, efficiency and reliability have not been compromised. This can only continue to aid terminal operations and create a more seamless journey for…
Imagine an airport where you can breeze securely through controls and all restricted-access zones. Biometrics can make this a reality, discusses Franck Maurin, Product and Solutions Director for Passenger facilitation & Border Control at IDEMIA
Artificial intelligence, alongside proper training and education, can manage even the worst of security breaches into a positive outcome for airports and their users, says Kristina Dores, Chief, Aerodromes & Ground Aids at Namibia Civil Aviation Authority, and Brad Hayes, CTO at Circadence Corporation. However, the key question is when…
ACI highlighted that reliable and effective transmission of data across all airport stakeholders is key to both efficiency and improving the passenger experience.
Delving deep into the airport IT and security sectors, our recent survey results offer opinions from industry professionals across the globe.
The use of blockchain technologies could be of tremendous benefit to reduce the pressure on current human resources, while at the same time sustaining increasing demand and quality levels.
18 January 2019 | By Targit
How many passengers can you expect this evening? What is the average wait time right now? How many security lanes should you open tomorrow?
Melbourne Airport launches their digital transformation to become a smart city.
As airport capacity continues to push its current boundaries, infrastructural developments are not the only way to copy with passenger growth. To cater for the growing needs of passengers, airports must do all they can to ease congestion within their operations. Facial recognition, and the biometric technology behind it, provides…
IATA has launched its Turbulence Aware data resource to help airlines avoid turbulence when planning routes tactically in flight.