Collaboration is the only way forward. We have a unique neutral role to investigate how data can be shared securely.
“This is the year Virtual Reality goes mainstream” has been the mantra for several years now. So, is 2018 the year?
Each airline’s way of implementing baggage tracking will be unique and will vary according to the airline’s strategy on hubs, networks and partnership. So, what are the most widely used approaches?
The next big jump in baggage handling improvements will come through digital initiatives, such as providing passengers with real time baggage notifications and fast self-service bag drops.
In a world where data and connectivity are leading the way, air cargo is about to be disrupted by new technologies capable of providing a higher level of service.
Looking ahead, here are three megatrends in tech and travel, that I think have the potential to transform the industry.
7.8 billion passengers taking to the skies by 2036 will put an enormous strain on baggage systems. Artificial intelligence (AI), promises to provide an effective solution.
The application of these new technologies to the world of travel promises some exciting developments but there is one piece of strong advice I have right now for professionals in the air transport industry.
It’s not long to go before IATA Resolution 753 comes into force. This resolution is set to make baggage handling operations take a serious look at the challenges they face.
Governments rely on data provided by carriers to perform a risk assessment on all people arriving or departing the country.
Why is the collaboration essential and data quality the key?
ID management, based on biometric facial recognition, has become a more viable and secure technology, but expanding its use requires the development of standards and industry best practices.