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VR demos of advanced baggage handling technologies

VR demos of advanced baggage handling technologies
The ACI Asia-Pacific General Assembly, held in Doha, Qatar, 10th-12th April 2017, will see BEUMER Group (Stand 5) host live and virtual reality (VR) demonstrations of next-gen baggage handling technologies.
7th March 2017

Next-gen end-to-end baggage handling system at Inter Airport SEA

Next-gen end-to-end baggage handling system at Inter Airport SEA
Global supplier of automated baggage handling systems, BEUMER Group, will feature an end-to-end tote-based baggage handling and transport system in an immersive, virtual-reality tour on Stand A020 at Inter Airport South East Asia 2017, from 15th-17th February 2017, at the Singapore Expo.
1st February 2017

The top three trends in electronic passports

The top three trends in electronic passports
Increasing functionality, stronger security and the emergence of ‘virtual mobile identity’, are three key trends that NXP Semniconductors, a provider of eGovernment solutions, has identified within ePassports. 
30th January 2017


Never lose your luggage again with BLE tracking system

Never lose your luggage again with BLE tracking system
A tracking system based on Bluetooth Low Energy technology which increases interactivity with connected luggage has been introduced, the E-Lostbag Premium. 82,000 pieces of luggage in transit are lost around the world every day, and over 10,000 of them will never be found. 
26th January 2017

Heathrow enhances community understanding of airport operations

Heathrow enhances community understanding of airport operations
Brüel & Kjær announced that Heathrow Airport has launched xPlane, an online system that enables the community to self-analyse detailed information about long-term aircraft activity above them. xPlane helps Heathrow Airport deliver on its commitment to provide its communities with easier access to transparent information about localised aircraft operations. The system was built in collaboration with the community to ensure the public’s needs were captured during the development process.
14th December 2016

Airport’s first noise monitoring system launched

Airport’s first noise monitoring system launched
The release of Airport Noise Monitoring On Demand has been announced by Brüel & Kjær, as a system that enables airports to temporarily - and cost-effectively - increase noise monitoring when needs arise. This system helps airports measure before and after operational changes, investigate complaints, show compliance and credibly communicate with the community.
2nd November 2016

Come fly with me: On renewable fuel

Come fly with me: On renewable fuel
Who wouldn’t want to see a world in which renewable jet fuel powers the planes we travel in? This dream is becoming a reality faster than you would think. Oslo airport became the world’s first airport where one can fuel any airplane taking off from its runways with renewable aviation fuel. Their environment sparing renewable fuel is produced by Neste, a producer of waste-based renewable fuels.
12th August 2016

Korean airports upgrade access control with CIPURSE-based security

Korean airports upgrade access control with CIPURSE-based security
All around the world, airports and aviation buildings are some of the most protected public environments. To further strengthen airport access control systems for its personnel, Korea Airports Corporation (KAC) has been implementing a new solution based on the CIPURSE security standard. Infineon supplies the security chips for the electronic access control cards handed out to the staff.
11th August 2016


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DSEI 2017
12th September 2017
United Kingdom ExCeL, London