Whitepaper: A History of Innovation at London’s Gatwick Airport
Posted: 14 June 2018 | Simon Meyer | Managing Director of Aviation Solutions | Human Recognition Systems | No comments yet
For many years, Gatwick Airport has been successfully transforming the airport experience to help achieve its ambitious strategy to be London’s transit hub of choice.
Central to this has been enabling the best passenger and airline experience for a growing number of passenger and aircraft movements and, in so doing, continuing to raise the bar as one of the world’s busiest single runway airports.
All this has been achieved based on a growth plan that, while constrained by the airport’s existing infrastructure, uses the very latest technological innovations to help achieve transformational results.
In this whitepaper, Managing Director of Aviation Solutions at Human Recognition Systems, Simon Meyer discusses how London’s Gatwick Airport has been successfully transforming and how since joining forces with with Human Recognition Systems, Gatwick has achieved a number of world and UK first’s in smart passenger processing and airport efficiency.
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