In their webinar which took place on 19 May, Nokia experts showed how a cost-effective, scalable and flexible optical LAN can support all sub-systems in an airport and grow as the airport adopts new digital applications and services in the future.
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With complete 5G coverage across the entire premises, it will be possible in the future to determine the exact location of devices and people, to transport luggage on self-driving vehicles, and to use autonomous robots to secure the site.
Peter F. Dumont, President and CEO of the Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA), discusses the changes to the National Aerospace System and the role of the air traffic controller that are already taking place in the American aviation sector.
In their webinar on 19 May, Nokia will be highlighting how a cost-effective, scalable and flexible optical LAN can support all sub-systems in an airport and grow as the airport adopts new digital applications and services in the future.
The intense environment that has existed since the start of COVID-19 has altered everyone’s usual habits and behaviours. But how has it changed the behaviours of passengers in airports? And how can airport management make the most of these altered behaviours?
This whitepaper looks at the use cases, options and issues surrounding the modernisation of wireless communications for both passenger and operations.
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.
The scheme will ensure that all content accessed and downloaded whilst using the offered Wi-Fi is appropriate and safe for all ages.
Learn how a strong wireless communications foundation built on 4.9G or 5G can enable reliable, high-bandwidth, low-latency connections throughout your operation.
Stansted has become one of the first airports in the UK to be Friendly WiFi certified, following other public transport hubs in making their Wi-Fi safer.
The first IoT application at Schiphol involves the option for passengers to share real-time feedback regarding their experiences in the toilet facilities.
Heathrow Airport has scored the best in a new report which identifies the most – and least – family-friendly airports in the UK.