Exploiting Infrastructure for Future Passenger Growth
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Posted: 19 October 2017 | Human Recognition Systems | No comments yet
In this white paper, Neil Norman outlines how airports can smooth the journey for their passengers from check-in to gate without expanding a single foot.
With passenger numbers set to nearly double over the next 20 years, those in the air travel industry are posed a problem: how do they accommodate for this stratospheric rise when expanding their infrastructure is simply not on the cards. The sheer weight of traffic stands to clog airports faster than they can adapt, with queues grinding to a halt and airspace filled to the brim.
CEO of Human Recognition Systems, Neil Norman, sees a future where airports can take on more and more passengers without reaching overload. The road to this future leads through automation and passenger personalisation – the simple removal of friction.
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