The era of robotics is upon us. So what happens after the hype has gone?
Innovation is the lifeblood of the air transport industry. The speedier it can be, the better.
Disruptions cost airlines around US$25 billion in 2016. Let's tackle this waste.
JetBlue Airways looks at innovations and the passenger experience
We’re now poised for inflight revolution no. 2: open platforms and common standards that will unlock new opportunities for digital service innovation.
As an aspiration for innovators, the stratosphere is often used as a metaphor, but for some it has a more literal meaning, as a day with the SITA Lab team looking at what’s on the edge of the IT radar proved.
When they’re on the go, travelers often spend less time on-board an airplane and in an airport than on other parts of the journey – yet these journey stages determine the traveler’s emotional experiences. Making them seamless and effortless is vital.
Abu Dhabi Airports has a big ambition. It plans to virtually double passenger traffic at Abu Dhabi International to 45 million by 2025. The airport remains one of the fastest-growing airports in the world.
Our mindset is to constantly foster innovation to tackle pressing industry issues – where our initiatives take the industry a step closer to solutions that will drive a more efficient travel experience for passengers while easing some of the pain-points faced by airlines, airports, government agencies and ground handlers today.
SITA’s members play a key role in helping shape the future of air transport.
RFID is an enabler of these changes, making effective tracking a possibility. The drivers for tracking include the possibility to reduce mishandling, improve customer service and actively manage costs.
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SITA is a member-owned organization with around 400 active members from across the air transport community.