Mobile apps are changing the way airlines do business, permeating every step of the journey and core aspect of their operations, according to the latest Airline IT Trends Survey.
Scott Phillips considers the importance of Wi-Fi connectivity at airports and different ways of delivering it to customers with varying requirements.
Security manufacturers continue to develop new technology capable of detecting explosives in liquids, aerosols and gels (LAGs), writes Stephen Vaughan.
Cloud computing has created a wealth of commercial, operational and customer service benefits for airports, writes Mike Benjamin.
New passenger screening technology will help make airport security more efficient and customer-friendly, writes Peter Kant.
Jim Stevenson considers the operational benefits of collaborative decision-making and ponders why airports have been so slow to embrace the latest advances.
Advances in mobile technology will continue to transform the workplace and make life easier for airport staff, writes Sébastien Fabre.
Airports need to embrace IT to improve communication with their customers and generate new revenue streams, writes Stephan Poser.
In today’s highly competitive world, airports are increasingly turning to social networking sites to communicate with passengers, writes Jessica Twentyman.
Airports are fast discovering the power of geographic information systems (GIS), writes Terry Bills.
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