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Tote-based baggage handling solution used at airport project

Tote-based baggage handling solution used at airport project
Kuwait International Airport has opted for a tote-based baggage handling system for its new Terminal 2 airport project, which brings together contemporary design and technology. Once operational, it will bring Kuwait to the forefront of global aviation.
10th April 2019

Solution for airport security surveillance to improve safety

Solution for airport security surveillance to improve safety
Air Travel is steadily growing year by year and with more people moving through airports security is becoming ever more essential. One of the larger airports in the Asia region was implementing a new surveillance system. The system would be comprised of many smaller units where a local server would connect to several security cameras.
8th April 2019

Airport employs facial recognition for paperless boarding

Airport employs facial recognition for paperless boarding
Passengers travelling with Cathay Pacific can now participate in a trial of facial recognition self-boarding at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. This trial is part of the first phase of Seamless Flow, the program that intends to make paperless travel possible in the long term.
28th February 2019


BEUMER lands $33m contract at Queen Beatrix International Airport

BEUMER lands $33m contract at Queen Beatrix International Airport
BEUMER Group has signed an agreement with Aruba Airport Authority for the design and installation of a $33m, high-speed baggage transportation and sortation system at Aruba’s Queen Beatrix International Airport. The installation, which also includes BEUMER’s residential programme for on-site operation and maintenance, is part of the airport’s Gateway 2030 expansion and modernisation programme.
9th January 2019

Air traffic control radars for Gimpo International Airport

Air traffic control radars for Gimpo International Airport
NEC Corporation has received an order for air traffic control radars for Gimpo International Airport from South Korea's Seoul Regional Aviation Administration. The radars are to begin operation by October 2020.
10th December 2018

BEEHD tech selected for MCC terminals

Softil and global solution provider K-Won have jointly announced that Softil’s award-winning BEEHD software development kit (SDK) has been selected to drive a new generation of K-Won 3GPP standard compliant mission-critical push-to-talk and push-to-video communication terminals for use in the Incheon Airport Railway Link.
6th August 2018

Airport sleeping pod will be a travellers' new best friend

Airport sleeping pod will be a travellers' new best friend
AirPod has announced the launch of its beta prototype, in preparation for the first commercial trial to be implemented in EU airports in autumn 2018. AirPod is a private capsule-like unit designed to be installed in public locations such as airports, hotels, train and bus stations or shopping centres. This comes as a solution for people seeking a private area to relax, sleep or work without having to leave the airport.
1st June 2018

Gatwick’s passenger app wins two awards

Gatwick’s passenger app wins two awards
Gatwick’s new passenger app won Mobile Innovation of the Year at the National Technology awards, and also picked up Mobile App of the Year at the Real IT awards. The airport also won Cloud Project of the Year at the Real IT awards after becoming the world’s first major airport to introduce a cloud-based Flight Information System (FIDS).
23rd May 2018

Sapphire air traffic management solutions for Polish airports

Sapphire air traffic management solutions for Polish airports
  Northrop Grumman has recently delivered its Sapphire ATM communication system equipment to four remote stations in Poland: Sieradz, Radom, Gabin and Brzesk - all serving Warsaw airport.
3rd May 2018

Birmingham Airport helps students prepare magnesium for take off

Birmingham Airport helps students prepare magnesium for take off
  As part of a challenge to showcase the potential uses of magnesium within the travel and aerospace sector, students from Birmingham City University have visited Birmingham Airport.
27th April 2018


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DSEI 2019
10th September 2019
United Kingdom EXCEL, London