Kevin O'Sullivan | SITA

 
Lead Engineer, SITA Lab
Kevin O'Sullivan

Kevin O’Sullivan is a Lead Engineer for SITA Lab, the company’s strategic research and development arm.  Since 2018, Kevin has led research into use of digital twin platforms for situational awareness at airport operational centers. Prior to that, Kevin led the blockchain operational data sharing research project between London Heathrow, Miami and Geneva airports and International Airlines Group. Kevin has worked in the aviation industry for 25 years, is a regular speaker at industry events and holds several patents in relation to digital services for airlines and airports. He has been a Lead Engineer at SITA Lab since the Lab’s inception in 2008.

Latest blog posts

Digital twins, the airport operations control interface of the future

Published on  11 April 2019 05:27  by Kevin O'Sullivan

Will this technology used by Formula 1 teams revolutionize airport operations?

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Blockchain in air travel

Published on  22 February 2018 06:25  by Kevin O'Sullivan

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.

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2016 the year for getting Smarter

Published on  22 December 2015 02:49  by Kevin O’Sullivan

At SITA Lab it’s our job to push the boundaries of new technologies that can be used by airlines and airports.

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A shot in the arm for beacon technology

Published on  21 July 2015 08:00  by Kevin O'Sullivan

Neither does Eddystone change the need for the air transport industry to establish common-use beacons and standardizations for how they’re deployed. If anything, it underscores the need for the industry to get it right.

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Hack & Fly yields apps for next-gen airport experiences

Published on  11 June 2015 03:45  by Kevin O'Sullivan

Beacons proved to be a popular choice with developers to enhance passenger experiences. Developer.aero APIs featured in a number of apps for baggage location, issuing boarding passes, retrieving beacon location information and providing airport data.

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What the future holds ... maybe

Published on  06 March 2013 09:36  by Kevin O'Sullivan

This year, over 72,000 delegates, and 1,700 exhibitors attended Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, the annual mobile technology trade show, organized by the GSMA. Exhibitors showcased phone devices, components, backhaul infrastructure, payments, apps and accessories.

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