Airports and airlines will spend nearly $33 billion on IT this year as they bid to enhance their operations and put passengers more in control of their journeys.
Boingo’s Danielle Aiello outlines the top wireless trends that airports should take note of as they plan the next phase of their development.
Airport World takes a closer look at the new HoloLens technology unveiled at the recent Air Transport IT Summit in Brussels.
Is the use of biometric technology about to take off at US airports? Gemalto’s SVP of government programmes, Neville Pattinson, considers some options.
Unisys Corporation’s vice president and global head of travel and transportation, Dheeraj Kohli, explains why he believes that beacons represent the future for air travel.
Blockchain technology was one of many high-tech initiatives under the microscope at this year’s Air Transport IT Summit, writes Joe Bates.
Antoine Rostworowski, ACI World’s director of airport customer experience and technology discusses the facilitation-enhancing impact of IT.
Airports that embrace digital technology will be best placed to cope with traffic growth and rising passenger expectations, writes Fujitsu’s client managing director for the transport sector, Russell Goodenough.
SITA’s Matthys Serfontein reflects on the evolution of airport IT and considers what the future might hold for new technology at the world’s gateways.
Terry Hartmann, Unisys’ vice president global transportation, North America, argues that IT holds the key to harmonising the facilitation and security processes at the world’s airports.
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