IT can help airports keep pace with rising demand and meet growing passenger expectations, writes Bruno Spada, head of airport IT at Amadeus.
Kevin Riordan, head of airports and checkpoint solutions at Smiths Detection, considers how artificial intelligence can help airport security.
Gensler’s Ty Osbaugh and Lee Billington discuss how enhancing the passenger experience, embracing cutting edge IT and taking cues from the hospitality industry hold the key to designing world class airports.
John Jarrell, head of Amadeus Airport IT, reflects on the findings of a new report that explores the long-term potential of digital technologies for airports.
Information conveyed by social media can help airports protect their brands and customers, writes Jonathan Barrett, Dataminr’s managing director for Europe.
AOE’s CEO and founder, Kian Gould, considers how airports can counter travel retail disruption through digitalising their business models.
Sebastien Fabre, SITA’s vice president for airport solutions, considers how IT can help tackle the capacity crunch at airports.
Smarter warehouses and new strategic alliances will transform how airports handle cargo in the future, writes Unisys Corporation’s Venkatesh Pazhyanur.
It is early days for Blockchain technology, but it has the potential to offer significant benefits to airports and passengers, writes Amadeus Airport Solutions’ Holger Mattig.
Airports need to get smarter and not just bigger in order to meet the operational and capacity challenges of tomorrow, writes Kelly Allen.
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