Whitepaper: The Benefits of Airport Collaborative Decision Making
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Posted: 8 November 2018 | Leidos | No comments yet
This paper discusses four critical business benefits to airport stakeholders enabled by A-CDM and the necessary components for a successful implementation.
Unfortunately, many airports are ill prepared to handle greater air and passenger traffic. Increases over the last few years have already put a sizable strain on airport resources, causing inefficiencies, delays, and frustrated passengers. With only large airports being the typical focus for Airport Collaborative Decision Making technologies and projects, it should be inclusive to all airports feeling the impact. The tools and principles of Airport Collaborative Decision Making are readily available and adaptable for the National, Regional and Local airports and airport groups.
As passengers’ preferences shift away from large airports, in hopes of shorter lines and less delays, smaller airports stand to win big if they can meet passenger expectations and manage resources efficiently. Doing this is no easy feat. Fortunately, Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM), which introduces new procedures and processes, enabling airports of all sizes to improve data sharing and enhance collaboration among all stakeholders, has already helped many airports address their inefficiencies and traffic growth pains.
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Air traffic control/management (ATC/ATM), Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM), New technologies, Passenger experience and seamless travel, Passenger volumes