Joe Bates and Justin Burns round-up the latest IT news from airports across the world.
Airport World catches up with Michael DiGeorge, Rockwell Collins’ vice president for international and global airports, information management services.
Joe Bates reports on the milestone event of ACI-NA joining aviation’s Airport Carbon Accreditation programme.
Dr Richard Plenty and Terri Morrissey provide their thoughts on: Sustaining high performance.
Keith Hui provides his thoughts on designing customer-friendly terminals in the Asia-Pacific region.
Steve Riano reflects on the basic requirements of a good airport rail link, the challenges posed setting them up and the progress of the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project.
Airport rail services are increasing as cities and governments look to improve ground transportation links and reduce the environmental impact of their gateways, writes Justin Burns.
Faith Group’s Zachary Varwig considers how strategically using data can significantly enhance the ‘airport experience’ for passengers.
Advancements in RFID technology, new 2D barcodes and mobile tablets are just some of the ways IT is helping transform baggage handling at airports, writes Kim Madsen.
Axis Communications’ Daren Lang provides some case studies of airports that have realised the commercial and customer service rewards of intelligent video.
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