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2016 International Airport Review’s Airport IT conference

The latest SITA survey reveals that more than 80% of airports are planning to invest in IT related projects over the next three years.

  • 27 September 2016
    28 September 2016
  • Europe
  • London Europe

International Airport Review’s Airport IT conference will again bring together CIOs, IT Directors and Head of Operations for two days of invaluable insights and hours of open debate. They will share and discuss their visions for the future on how social media, mobile and cloud can be used to connect with customers and streamline airport operations.

Delegates will have the opportunity to discuss visions and plans for their airport IT operations and debate best practice in aligning technology with airport strategy.

SITA will be present with a speaker slot on day one. Etienne van Zuijlen, Head of Business Development, Airport Operations, SITA, will talk about "Single token travel at smart airports: Becoming a reality now".

With SITA Smart Path, SITA is enabling airports, airlines and governments to offer their customers, the passengers, a seamless, simple and secure travel experience.

The latest and most reliable biometrics, combined with decades of common use experience and field proven self service options for check-in, bag drop, security access, border control and self boarding enables the vision to be implemented.

This presentation will give an overview of latest status of Smart Path, including lessons learned from recent trials.

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