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13 February 2019 | By Lee Mansell
In his second instalment for International Airport Review, Lee Mansell describes how sensor technology can detect, track and identify drone activity.
1 February 2019 | By International Airport Review
Due to their height and movement patterns, wind turbines can have a range of impacts on navigational systems, mimicking the appearance of real aircraft.
19 December 2018 | By International Airport Review
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…
19 June 2018 | By Julia Schmidt
Julia Schmidt, Manager of Innovation and Digitisation at Munich Airport, reveals the airport’s innovative use of robotics equipped with artificial intelligence to benefit the passenger experience, with the creation of Josie Pepper.
2 February 2018 | By International Airport Review
New Zealand's biggest airport has set up a scheme that uses traffic data from the centre of the capital city to help create a comprehensive picture of movement patterns.
29 August 2017 | By International Airport Review
A Silicon Valley-based scientist has unveiled a prototype for a device that stands to revolutionise how we fly.
7 August 2017 | By International Airport Review
Antony Bridges, Group Leader of Human Performance at QinetiQ explores current security challenges and trends, getting true value out of technology investments by taking into account the ‘human’ and how the sector might look in the future.
13 March 2017 | By International Airport Review
Honeywell has signed an agreement with IGA Airports Construction to provide its Advanced Visual Docking Guidance System (A-VDGS) for Istanbul New Airport
10 March 2017 | By International Airport Review
Birmingham Airport joins UK Airports Bristol, Edinburgh and Manchester airports by implementing BlipTrack queue management technology from BLIP Systems.
27 November 2016 | By Esben Kolind (Head of Operational & Business Analysis: Copenhagen Airport)
Sensor technologies for passenger flow measurements provide large volumes of data. Esben Kolind, Head of Operational & Business Analysis, details how Copenhagen Airport (CPH) uses data not only to display and report waiting times, but to improve the planning process and increase operational efficiency.