IT is spearheading the development of airports across the world, writes Binnur Güleryüz Onaran, general manager of TAV Information Technologies.
The Apple Watch, robots, social media, flight tracking media and drones were all on the agenda at the Air Transport IT Summit in Brussels, writes Joe Bates.
LAWA’s deputy executive director/chief information officer, Dominic Nessi, tells Airport World why its Information Management and Technology Group has been named as one of the best places to work in IT in the United States.
Joe Bates and Justin Burns round-up the latest IT news from airports across the world.
Advancements in airport technology can redefine the passenger experience and drive airport revenues, write Olivier Houri and Franco Amalfi.
Airport World reviews the highlights of the 2013 Airport IT Trends Survey.
Technology will be the key driver for the ‘airports of the future’, writes ARINC Asia-Pacific’s senior director for aviation and ground, systems solutions, Jeff Amiri.
Does near field communication (NFC) hold the key to faster passenger processing and delivering the dream of seamless travel? Renaud Irminger shares his insights.
Barry Mansfield reports on the latest in airport web design. How can sites be improved to boost customer communication, the airport experience and operator revenues?
Better analysis of sales data can help airports boost retail revenues and customer satisfaction levels, writes John de Giorgio.
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