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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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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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Joe Leader , CEO, APEX (Airline Passenger Experience Association)

Think holistically about the travel experience

We’re in a new golden age of travel, as increasing digitalization of our industry creates a new travel experience.

The number one priority for improving passenger experience is to make the process seamless and logical for passengers themselves. But airlines, airports and vendors are still acting in a siloed manner, forcing passengers to log in to proprietary applications.

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Nick Gates , Portfolio Director, SITA

Is it time to get a grip on disruption?

Predicting the future is now more science than art, so is it time for airlines to get a grip on disruption?

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Nigel Pickford , Director, Market Insight and Marketing Operations, SITA

Are we there yet? Are we there yet?

It’s human curiosity and the need for reassurance which I believe has driven a major technological development in the air transport industry. We now have the power - the Future is Predictable and airlines and airports are investing in it.

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

Which technologies will truly transform travel?

There are three key areas where I believe we will feel the immediate impact of technology at airports in 2017. These developments will truly transform travel in the years ahead.

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Robert Kastelitz , CIO of Denver International Airport

A data driven airport

From big data to improved passenger flow, Robert Kastelitz, CIO of Denver International Airport, discusses the technology allowing the airport to provide key, real-time information to their passengers.

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