For the third episode in International Airport Review’s podcast series, our editor Tara spoke to Brian Cobb, Vice President of Customer Experience and Chief Innovation Officer at Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky International Airport to discover potential approaches when trying to secure a positive passenger journey.
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We spoke to Myojung (MJ) Koh, Smart Airport Team Manager at Incheon International Airport, about how the airport's Smart Airport Plan is revolutionising the passenger experience.
8 October 2019 | By TIBCO
Blockchain in the world of airports According to the newest research released by SITA, blockchain is fast emerging among airports and airlines as the priority technology for making the travel experience more efficient. The most commonly expected use of blockchain is for passenger identification, with 40 per cent of airlines…
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.
A South Australian startup that is using blockchain to securely track and identify drones plans to head to France to meet with major defence and aerospace companies.
International Airport Review is very proud to announce the shortlisted candidates for its 2018 Awards, and would like to thank everyone who participated, nominated and voted in the awards this year.
The right data, harnessed in the right way, can deliver actionable insights that are truly transformative for decision-making, efficiency and smooth passenger-focused delivery of services. Jim Peters, Chief Technology Officer at SITA, reveals how big data is beginning to deliver real value in the air transport industry.
Biometrics, blockchain, analysis and artificial intelligence are all contributing to a growth in IT spending.
Keeping pace with the latest technological revolutions, Singapore Airlines Group has announced a world first by bringing blockchain into its loyalty scheme.
The World Economic Forum has said that the Government of Canada is "actively exploring" testing its Known Traveller Digital Identity concept, an innovation that aims to bring Fourth Industrial Revolution tech into the world of seamless travel.
Australia's third biggest airport will accept cryptocurrency payments at its terminal concessions after partnering up with a company bent on bringing digital currencies into the tourism market.
Bitcoin and Ethereum can now be used to buy membership to an exclusive airline or charter flights with Surf Air, an exclusive 'all-you-can-fly' airline.