Learn how Fraport achieved better documentation and management of their complex and evolving telecommunications and IT infrastructure – at lower cost.
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Whitepapers & Case Studies
23 November 2020 | By Flibco.com
This case study illustrates the Door2Gate success story: a new business model for airports, which generates new revenues despite Covid-19 and enhances the passengers’ experience.
Five case studies from airports in Europe, Asia and the U.S.: How airports are mastering digitisation with modern cable and IT infrastructure management.
A new report exploring how airports can overcome disruption and restore passenger confidence.
Airports are one of the key pillars of globalisation. Here is a pragmatic approach for them to adapt to the next normal.
This guide is for anyone involved in the airport operation – from the airport planner to the terminal manager and the airport executive.
This whitepaper looks at the use cases, options and issues surrounding the modernisation of wireless communications for both passenger and operations.
A smart city leverages digital technology and the IoT to improve government services, as well as energy, healthcare, traffic, transportation, waste and water management, and more.
Discover how seamless identification technology can help to prevent the transmission of pathogens at airports.
Discover why a solid cable management system is a prerequisite for success when planning to upgrade an airport's infrastructure.
The purpose of this paper is to dispel a number of myths relating to cloud computing that exist in the airport industry.
An overview of why an unmanned aircraft traffic management system (UTM) is needed to integrate drone operations at airports.
IDEMIA partners with the world's best airport for 2019.
31 January 2020 | By RTITB Airside
Your Just Culture guide. In the latest RTITB Airside Toolbox Talk, the key points for discussion with managers and operatives are reviewed.
With one of the fastest growing economies in the Middle East, an effective and efficient border control is a matter of both national security and economic growth in the United Arab Emirates.