Developments sit in the digital future, but how do we get there? Planned infrastructure usually lies in the rendering of images; training usually depends upon asset availability. But what if all of this could take place in a realm away from reality? Krishan Tangri, GM, Assets at Brisbane Airport Corporation…
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Christchurch Airport turned to virtual reality technology to aid the training of airport fire fighters: An example of innovative evolution within airport operations.
On the subject of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR), video games and gadgets come to mind. Yet this technology can be used in many more ways and places, including airports, said Laurens van Oostendorp, Service Manager and Transformation Manager within the IT department of Royal Schiphol Group.
A first-of-its-kind real-world test of an autonomous baggage tractor is being carried out at Toulouse-Blagnac airport.
Screening procedures are intended to prevent prohibited items and threats from entering the secure area of the airport. However, as cyber-threats and malicious intentions evolve, so must the technologies that provide this protection.
Roni Tidhar, Israel Airports Authority’s Head of International Consulting Services – Commercial branch, discusses how airports must consider and adapt their security procedures in the evolving airspace.
EUROCONTROL Network Manager's alarming system ensures that unsafe aircraft are detected before they enter European airspace.
In May alone Heathrow witnessed nearly seven million passengers pass through its doors, the 31st consecutive month of growth. But can this continue?
A new CT scanner at Miami International Airport is expected to help relieve the pressure point of security lines within the terminal.
With passenger transport anticipated to commence in 2021, the self-driving shuttle at Brussels Airport has begun trial operations airside.
In his second instalment for International Airport Review, Lee Mansell describes how sensor technology can detect, track and identify drone activity.
Due to their height and movement patterns, wind turbines can have a range of impacts on navigational systems, mimicking the appearance of real aircraft.
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…