Case Study: Security transformation project – Dublin Airport
Posted: 29 January 2019 | Copenhagen Optimization | No comments yet
Dublin Airport Authority (daa) engaged with Copenhagen Optimization to support Dublin Airport on a larger transformation project aimed at improving the security process.
As part of this project, Copenhagen Optimization identified a number of key initiatives aimed at improving the current planning of the security – focused on lane planning and staff planning.
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