SITA and trade association, ULD Care, hope to bring new efficiency to the air cargo industry by exploring the use of blockchain to digitally track and record change of custody of airline cargo containers or Unit Load Devices (ULDs) across their journey.
The integration of an airport’s operational planning and IT solutions is key to its successful digital transformation, writes Taner Chakar, product manager at Quintiq.
KPMG has worked with Singapore Airlines (SIA) and Microsoft to develop what it claims is the first airline loyalty programme 'digital wallet' based on blockchain technology.
Rising passenger traffic and global capacity constraints will drive airport IT spending to $4.63 billion by 2023, according to the latest analysis by Frost & Sullivan.
Blockchain is one of the most discussed and intriguing technologies out there today, writes Bas de Vos.