Air Transport IT Review - Issue 2, 2014

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Beacons show the way

Beacons show the way

Could a beacon and mobile app combination be the killer formula for communicating with passengers within the airport? The SITA Lab is finding out.

Towards the vision - Seamless travel

Towards the vision - Seamless travel

To get on a plane ‘without breaking stride.’ That was the vision of Nobel Prize winner Dr Arno Penzias 15 years ago. Much of his vision is now reality. But we’re progressing even beyond his hopes.

Breakout year for smart gadgets

Breakout year for smart gadgets

Grabbing a lot of the tech headlines this year, wearable devices such as fitness wristbands, smartwatches and high-tech headgear, are beginning to break out in air transport.

Queue-busting at the border

Queue-busting at the border

Border checkpoints are changing: time spent in queues is being cut radically and passengers are noting the difference.

Raising the bar - Virgin's innovation, Interview

Raising the bar - Virgin's innovation, Interview

One of the coolest technology jobs on the planet has to be the role of innovation guru at some large company. We spoke to Tim Graham, IT Innovation and Development Manager at Virgin Atlantic Airways, at the end of one of his latest projects to provide concierge staff for upper class passengers with wearable technology.

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