Data is all around us.
Will it become a burden or an asset?
Digital technology is playing a prime role in the transformation of airports
With more than 12,000 installed worldwide, kiosks now offer everything from check-in to...
What can aviation do to mitigate against downtime crises?
SITA Lab explores managing operations in a mixed reality environment with Microsoft HoloLens.
We need to move faster in developing new cybersecurity solutions that mitigate the risk of ever-changing threats.
As airport control centers bring new capabilities to airports across the world, the SITA Lab sheds light on the potential of managing operations in a mixed reality environment.
Finding the right formula is crucial to our airports’ digital transformation, says Aéroports de Paris’ Group CIO Gilles Lévêque.
The intelligent use of data plays an important role at the Skytrax award winning airport, Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky International. We talk to Brian Cobb, Chief Innovation Officer of the airport’s operator, Kenton County Airport Board.
Collaboration is the only way forward. We have a unique neutral role to investigate how data can be shared securely.
This is a new world – a world in which businesses can quickly contract, exchange services, record transactions, manage payment and disengage in near-absolute security.
Digital technology is playing a prime role in the transformation of airports. Good leadership is vital.
In this digital age, technological solutions can and should be created to move the global system from one of physical to digital borders.
Managing Editor:Terence Tucker
Editorial:Gerald Oliver, Julius Baumann, Michelle Moreland, Mary Rose Everan
Production Editor:Amarat Raval
Online Production Editor:Chris Bagley
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