ADB SAFEGATE’S Niclas Svedberg argues that adopting a digital apron will help airports reduce delays and cope with rising traffic demand.
Niranjan Navaratnarajah, cargo industry director for Unisys Asia Pacific, argues that real-time data is fundamental to a connected cargo supply chain to reduce idle time and increase visibility, transparency and security.
Airport interest in blockchain technology is growing as the aviation industry invests around $40 billion per annum on IT, according to SITA’s new Air Transport IT Insights study.
Amadeus IT Group’s Sarah Samuel considers how technology will help Tokyo’s airports cope with demand during the 2020 Olympic Games.
Andy Wall, technical director of cyber security at Atkins, outlines five steps he believes airports can take to create safe and secure cyber environments.
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.
What’s the latest in the world of airport IT? Joe Bates reports back from the recent Air Transport IT Summit.
The latest Airport IT Trends Survey reveals that China’s airports continue to invest in new capacity enhancing technologies.
Joe Bates discovers that China’s airports continue to invest in new service and capacity enhancing technology.
New technology is driving change for good across the air transport industry, argues SITA CEO, Francesco Violante.