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Whitepapers & Case Studies
6 August 2021 | By Atkins
Exploring trends, challenges, new technologies, and societal pressures shaping the future of the aerospace and aviation industry.
A useful guide covering the key points airport leaders need to know when deciding how and when to implement biometrics.
Seating areas with seamlessly embedded IoT systems can restore passenger confidence and boost airport revenues.
While the majority of carbon emissions occur during flight operations, the industry must also tackle emissions from production to meet net zero targets.
In the latest edition of Atkins’ Future of Flight magazine, read articles from experts on sustainable aviation, COVID-19 recovery, cyber risks and more.
A paper exploring the issues that freeports consortia will need to solve and recommendations on how the UK can create the borders of the future.
Eurofins [email protected]™ programmes deliver 1-2-3 punch against COVID-19 outbreaks on its own laboratory site
Eurofins Steins Laboratory was able to detect the presence of SARS-CoV-2 one week before infected occupants even experience symptoms, enabling leadership to immediately isolate and remove infected persons, and continue operations.
The call centre detects positive COVID-19 shedder before an employee tests positive using Eurofins coronavirus surface monitoring.
HGH's Spynel panoramic thermal cameras are deployed around the globe to notify security staff about any intrusion or threat detected inside airports critical security areas.
See how airports manage the drone threat by deploying purpose-built radars ELVIRA® and IRIS®. They detect, track and classify drones in airspace.
Learn how Robin’s specialised avian radars can help prevent bird strikes at airports with real-time, 24/7 monitoring of drones and birds.
Purpose-built to monitor birds, see how Robin’s MAX® radar can reduce the risk of bird strikes and make your airspace safer.
More airports are introducing measures to detect, track and classify intrusive drones in airspace. So, what technologies are used to tackle drones?
More airports are introducing innovative measures to mitigate bird strikes. See how Schiphol in Amsterdam uses avian radar to tackle the risk.