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Explore how Motorola Solutions’ Safe Airport integrated technology ecosystem drives meaningful operational improvements while ensuring an environment of safety
During its webinar on the Safe Airport ecosystem Motorola talked through the different situations airports would encounter and how the integrated technology would detect, analyse, communicate and respond in those situations.
On 18 February 2021, the Motorola Solutions webinar will discuss the company's Safe Airports integrated ecosystem, which allows you to address everyday concerns, as well as emerging situations through four pillars: Detect, Analyse, Communicate and Respond. The webinar will explore how these pillars work together to address the challenges that…
Start-ups from across the globe can apply for Aena's programme to develop technology to improve the passenger experience at airports.
Kevin Cullinane, Head of Communications at Cork Airport, explains how airports should leverage social media platforms to communicate with passengers effectively.
Kirstan Jewell and Tara Mulrooney summarise how, for Edmonton International Airport (EIA), the COVID-19 crisis has provided a platform for it to build on its digital maturity and increase its digital capabilities.
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.
In Swedish airports, new technologies are being tested and installed to drive innovation and improve the passengers' experience.
Learn how a strong wireless communications foundation built on 4.9G or 5G can enable reliable, high-bandwidth, low-latency connections throughout your operation.
Passengers want more control through their smartphones and shorter waiting times with the use of biometrics when travelling.
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…