Blogs on artificial intelligence

31
May

Barbara Dalibard , Chief Executive Officer, SITA

Innovating to eliminate mishandled baggage

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.

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17
May

Tiffany Misrahi , Community Lead, Head of Aviation, Travel & Tourism Industries, World Economic Forum

Tech Trends in Travel: Done For You, #Nofilter Experiences and Blockchain

Looking ahead, here are three megatrends in tech and travel, that I think have the potential to transform the industry.

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15
May

Matthys Serfontein , Vice President, Portfolio & Solutions Management, SITA

Intelligent baggage handling: lightening the load with AI

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.

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07
May

Dr. Simon Tomlinson , Data Science Business Engagement Manager, Lancaster University

AI and tracking data: looking to other industries

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.

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02
May

Sébastien Fabre , Vice President, Solutions at Airport, SITA

New baggage rules and IT promise to end lost luggage

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.

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29
Mar

Catherine Mayer , Vice President, SITA

B2 Everything and Everybody

Another year, another Passenger Terminal Expo! It was an exhausting yet exhilarating three days. Our industry is embracing this digital world and my take away from the event is that airports will soon be B2 Everything and Everybody! It is an exciting time and makes me wonder where we will be in another year's time.

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21
Mar

Fraser McGibbon , Product Manager, Disruption Management, SITA

Are we there yet? Are we there yet?

Flight disruption results in significant costs to the air transport industry. Airlines alone spend in excess of USD$25 billion per year as a result of poor on-time performance. Can we bring more certainty to flight times through AI?

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15
Mar

Etienne van Zuijlen , Sales Specialist Senior Manager, SITA

Stockholm, here we come!

Only a few days to go before more than 7,000 airport executives from all over the world will gather for the biggest airport conference and exhibition of the year: PTE 2018.

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07
Feb

Sumesh Patel , SITA President, Asia Pacific

KATE the kiosk walks to a rapturous reception in Japan

Japan has always been a forerunner in robotic innovations and intelligent technology, and everyone is very enthusiastic about new developments. We knew that, of course, but we were still surprised by the rapturous reception KATE got.

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05
Feb

Jim Peters , Chief Technology Officer (CTO), SITA

AI: ready for take off at an airport near you

SITA’s research reveals that around half of airlines and airports say they’re planning to adopt predictive tools, using AI and cognitive computing, over the coming five to ten years.

We’ll see radical changes in how people get on and off planes and how airlines get their planes in and out of airports.

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