To promote accessibility, Bulmor has designed the FrontBull, a smart, compact, electric ambulift. This vehicle shows the same advantages in operation as the company’s SideBull, but its size makes it suitable for smaller or regional airports.
Lenze is a drive and automation specialist with extensive industry know-how and a worldwide network of experts in airport logistics. Working with its customers, the company implements system automation and offers services for digitization; it is a solution provider from the axis to the cloud.
Growing demand is forcing airport operators to deliver infrastructure upgrades that satisfy future needs and rising customer expectations. Building the customer-centric airports of tomorrow starts by changing how we think about them. To drive better designs and economic development, we must see airports as more than transactional places.
Dyson recently launched the Dyson Airblade 9kJ hand dryer, the fastest, most energy-efficient HEPA-filtered hand dryer1. With a completely unique design and cutting-edge technology, the Dyson Airblade 9kJ hand dryer enables people to dry their hands quickly and hygienically, while using low energy and offering an alternative to single-use paper towels.
Air travel is on the rise and expected to double by 2037, when about 8.2 billion passengers are expected to travel. The challenge for airlines and airports is to handle the massive increase in passenger demand and achieve operational excellence without sacrificing the passenger experience.
RAIN RFID is helping airports and airlines manage their growth and improve their services for consumers. Airports all over the world have tested and are deploying RAIN RFID solutions. These applications include baggage tagging, asset tracking such as baggage carts, and freight shipments.
At Passenger Terminal EXPO, Indra will present Indra Mova Solutions, which covers the entire lifecycle of its clients’ projects from engineering, consulting and implementation to support and maintenance. This end-to-end offering is based in Indra’s expertise and new technologies such as blockchain, big data, business intelligence and biometrics, allowing clients not only to optimize their operations, but also get a better understanding of current business models and improve the passenger experience
Tahaluf Al Emarat Technical Solutions will use Passenger Terminal EXPO 2020 to show off its
elegant gate for access control. The gate has been customized in a stylish design and is user friendly. It can be easily set up to cope with a high number of visitors, and a wide lane inside the gate will allow wheelchair users to pass.
At this year’s Passenger Terminal EXPO, Assaia International will announce that London Gatwick Airport will be the first airport in the world to use an AI/computer vision solution to capture real-time turnaround timestamps to improve operational efficiency and safety.
Nord DriveSystems will present efficient and intelligent LogiDrive drive concepts for airport logistics at Passenger Terminal EXPO in Paris. They enable significant cost reductions through efficient energy-saving motors and a tailored reduction of variants.
The growing awareness about sustainability and global warming affects the airport industry. Customers demand sustainable products, which is why Lensvelt developed Blink, the world’s first seating system for the circular economy. It is made of recycled or recyclable materials, and is completely plastic-free.
The journey through the airport can be stressful, causing families with hidden disabilities to avoid travel. To open the skies, Fun and Function has created a portable Sensory Pod, providing a calming oasis for travelers with special needs like autism.
At this year’s Passenger Terminal EXPO, Sittig will launch its new cloud-based automatic announcement system – the PAXGuide Cloud. Using innovative and highly secure cloud technology, the system requires minimal implementation effort and delivers high-quality, real-time voice announcements.
The latest addition to the product program for automatic reading of RFID tags in the airport is the Bag Tag Reader from Lyngsoe Systems. The Bag Tag Reader supports baggage tracking on conveyor belts in the arrival area as well as at other strategic locations in the airport.
The WAITO mobile app is a great choice for a comfortable flight. Have you ever wished you could choose your seatmate on a long-haul flight? What if you could trade that crying baby next to you for a pleasant conversation about your favorite movie? Softarex Technologies has developed an app that gives you the chance to decide who your seatmate will be instead of being seated randomly – and that’s just the beginning of what it can do.
At Passenger Terminal EXPO 2020, Mag-O will show an exciting set of platforms that are new to market and will allow airports to digitize commercial opportunities. The company’s aim is to empower airports to grow non-aeronautical revenue streams through an airport-centric ecosystem made up of platforms and services that deliver market-leading e-commerce for any airport.
Agility is essential to shape successful future airports. Airports must adapt to current realities through a range of efforts including digital transformation, decarbonization, asset management and modular construction.
FlightAware Foresight offers great data that can seamlessly integrate into your existing tools.
With advanced AI and ML algorithms fed by decades of FlightAware’s historical data, the company offers accurate predictive real-time data.
Cubox will introduce its advanced One ID solution for differentiated passenger experiences at this year’s Passenger Terminal EXPO. The One ID Total Solution is an AI biometric recognition technology based on Cubox’s Facial Recognition Gate, Self-Kiosk and Identity Management System.
Power Stow will use Passenger Terminal EXPO 2020 to showcase its new technology to assist in unloading baggage and cargo from containers and baggage carts to the arrival belt in the sorting area. The Transfer Belt is designed to transfer bags from various types of containers and carts onto the conveyor belt.
At Passenger Terminal EXPO 2020, attendees are invited to visit the Adelte booth to experience the future of passenger boarding bridge (PBB) docking first-hand. Visitors can see a live demonstration or practice with the Apronaut docking simulator.
At this year’s Passenger Terminal EXPO, Collins Aerospace will demonstrate the potential of a fully connected airport ecosystem running in a cloud environment with iron-clad cybersecurity and robust identity management through its biometric solution, ARINC SelfPass.
Hübner has advanced the development of its flexible all-around solution for passenger boarding bridges. Thanks to the use of intelligent technology, the Passenger Boarding Bridge Interface (PBBI) now offers even more safety, comfort and options. And, like the individual components, it can be retrofitted.
Airports and airlines need to operate in harmony to enable the best, most productive decisions possible. To achieve this, effective use of IT systems and the vast amounts of data generated across the ecosystem is essential.
Sharing all the design standards that have made this transport chair and aisle chair fixtures in the aviation market, the Staxi Ram is a revolutionary step forward in passenger assistance that takes the effort out of the push. The Staxi Ram power assist will debut at this year’s Passenger Terminal EXPO.
DTP designed and developed a mobile application called tNexus Airport View, which provides a holistic approach to airport collaboration and gives airside and landside updates to all users, from ground crew to airport management.
In 2004, Idemia helped Australia become the first country in the world to use facial recognition at border checkpoints. Fifteen years later, Idemia is proud to have retained a strong relationship with the Department of Home Affairs.
Oshujian has been concentrating on the research and development of public seating for 20 years. Adhering to the concept of ‘All For A Better Public Space’, it has brought the beauty and comfort of public seating to all corners of the world.
Fasttrack.aero – the one-stop shop for booking meet-and-assist or lounge services at the most frequently visited international airports – has kicked off its expansion plans in China with a new office in Beijing.
JBT is a global leader in the design and manufacture of ground support equipment, airport gate equipment, system and asset monitoring, maintenance, electric ground support equipment, baggage handling system controls and service, and military ground support equipment.
Every day, the aviation industry is met with new and increasing requirements to be cleaner and greener. To reduce the carbon footprint and improve the working environment, ITW GSE has introduced the market’s first battery-powered 400Hz eGPU.
The ‘smart’ airport concept provides ease, comfort and advanced security for passengers, enhances the overall airport experience and optimizes the operational efficiency of airports by taking full advantage of innovative thinking, data science and mobile technologies.
Catering for the need to meet, work, relax, eat, drink, shop and be entertained, airports should offer everyone the kind of experience that currently requires membership. The main lounge should be the key selling point.
Midstream Lighting has been a leader in aviation lighting projects since 2010, working with customers in over 50 countries. Its deep sector expertise, coupled with the highest-quality products, has positioned the company as a Gold Standard provider for airport lighting.
Join Veovo at Passenger Terminal EXPO 2020 and see the power of the Predictive Collaboration Platform in action. Watch live demonstrations showcasing how airports can build brilliant operations, better customer experiences and stronger financial outcomes.
In industries as sensitive to reputation as airports, airlines and passenger travel, the services delivered by managed IT service organizations can be a defining factor in that most important of all outcomes: customer experience.
For airport stakeholders who want to more efficiently manage their operations, Saab’s Total Airport Management solutions knock down organizational and IT silos to help reduce costs, improve safety and service quality, and enable traffic growth.
Based on the fact that the most sustainable solution for facility expansion is not to expand, NACO will be showcasing solutions at Passenger Terminal EXPO this year that allow airports to maximize the handling capacity of their key facilities, using new technologies and innovations and offsetting this investment by adopting the latest retail concepts for increased satisfaction and yield per passenger.
During Passenger Terminal EXPO 2020 in Paris, ISO Software Systeme will be presenting its SKYport Airport Management solution: an integrated, modular system covering all requirements of airport operations, billing, reporting and FIDS – even for multi-airport environments.
At Passenger Terminal EXPO, Amorph Systems will showcase how to improve customer service levels and increase airport capacity through accurate real-time forecasts of passenger flows, airport capacity and resources based on the latest technologies.
Hamad International Airport (HIA) has revealed plans for its second expansion phase. The project will feature a spectacular 10,000m2 indoor tropical garden in a central concourse, as well as a 268m2 water feature, which will be the focal point of the expansion.
This year, ICM Airport Technics will be showcasing its end-to-end offer for passenger handling, which is transforming the way travelers move through the airport, aided by innovative technology at every touchpoint.
Adecs will use Passenger Terminal EXPO to present its family of complementary IT solutions tailored to regional airports. The most comprehensive of these systems is the company’s airport information management system with AODB, called AirLink.
Celebrating its 18th year supporting Passenger Terminal EXPO, the team at Damarel is pleased to be showcasing a full range of IT solutions to help airlines, airports and ground handlers automate and optimize their business.
OMK will showcase its Link and Bridge seating at Passenger Terminal EXPO 2020. Link are molded polyurethane seats with a unique geometric shape that can be combined to create numerous dynamic configurations.
Launching at Passenger Terminal EXPO 2020 are three of the eight series components – the i-bench, low-power tower and light tower. The power and light towers offer power and lighting capabilities as part of any configuration and are fabricated in an antibacterial solid-surface material.
ESP Global Services Ltd will use the upcoming Passenger Terminal EXPO 2020 to showcase its newest aviation IT support technology, which includes its innovative ESP Self-Service fault reporting and tracking tool and Airport Data Analytics (ADA) augmented reporting tool.
SITA works with the air transport community globally to digitize the journey and industry processes to enable the transformation of services and operations. As an air transport IT and communications specialist, SITA is committed to shaping the industry’s digital future.
Lost-property collection is no longer a headache. MissingX, a global lost-and-found software solution provider, has been rolling out new features in its mobile apps that allow staff and partners of the lost-property office to register found items digitally on the go.
At Passenger Terminal EXPO 2020 in Paris, Bagport – the UK division of Smarte Carte – will present its Smarte Carte Connected Operations, which include RFID tracking of luggage carts and trolleys in airports.
IATA Consulting’s Level of Service (LoS) Assessment provides an unbiased analysis of airport operations and facilities, followed by appropriate recommendations to help airports achieve the correct capacity balance between all key passenger handling subsystems.
The Venesta team are getting ready to showcase their range of functional, stylish solutions at Passenger Terminal EXPO 2020, featuring emergency access System M cubicles, Washwall paneling and the groundbreaking pre-plumbed Vepps system.
While Beumer Group remains a global supplier of baggage handling systems, it is also now leading the way in the use of real-time data analytics to help support its airport customers when they make key decisions in areas such as maintenance, operations and system management. Visitors to the 2020 Passenger Terminal EXPO in Paris will be able to experience this for themselves as Beumer Group makes available its live baggage handling system control room.
Leonardo, a pioneer of crossbelt technology, has been chosen for several new installation projects and has won awards for its technologies along the way. Recently, Leonardo’s BHS was selected to transform baggage handling operations in Terminal 1 at Hong Kong International Airport.
PrehKeyTec will be showing how its data input solutions can be integrated into a complete passenger processing process, from check-in to baggage reclaim. At Passenger Terminal EXPO 2020 the company will be showing for the first time how its scanners and keyboards can speed up passenger and customer handling beyond the typical check-in.
Materna IPS will showcase its new flexible self bag drop for the first time at Passenger Terminal EXPO 2020. The Flex.Go series offers numerous options to simplify the bag-drop process thanks to its modular approach.
The new generation of the Secunet Easykiosk provides optimized passenger flows and the highest security levels for deployment at land, air and sea borders. The self-service systems handle initial time-consuming process steps, such as the collection and authentication of passport data, capturing of biometric data and completion of inbound questionnaires.
Ikusi continues to evolve its security solutions. At Passenger Terminal EXPO 2020 the company will present its newly developed artificial intelligence component, which can be incorporated into its Armadillo security platform as well as other manufacturers’ platforms.
As a security screening technologies and solutions supplier, Nuctech will exhibit its smart checkpoint solution and stand-off passenger screening technology to global airports in pursuit of a higher level of security and passenger satisfaction.
At Passenger Terminal EXPO, CEM Systems will be showcasing how its AC2000 Airport security management system can be deployed beyond access control to create smarter, more efficient airports. Hardware devices including the latest S3050 portable reader and the revolutionary Emerald intelligent IP access terminal will also be on display.
Rotating CT at the passenger checkpoint is a hot topic in aviation, and Smiths Detection will be showcasing its HI-SCAN 6040 CTiX scanner, which has been generating excellent feedback from installations and trials around the world.
IN Groupe will present its new Identity Management Solution for travel at Passenger Terminal EXPO. The Identity Management Solution combines the traveler’s biographic, biometrics and travel journey data.
At Passenger Terminal EXPO, Vanderlande will present its award-winning Bagflow end-to-end baggage logistics solution and PAX Checkpoint, its latest passenger checkpoint innovation, as part of its next generation of scalable solutions.
At this year’s Passenger Terminal EXPO, WO Airport will launch a new design protocol for the Automated Tray Return System (ATRS). This includes design elements that are intended to enhance the look and feel of the security checkpoint.
The Known Traveler Digital Identity program enables seamless, paperless border crossing when clearing immigration between two unconnected borders. KTDI is the first initiative of its kind, allowing trusted cross-government digital identity coordination between Canada and the Netherlands.
Regula Document Reader SDK for mobile and web applications is designed specifically for automatic recognition and verification of data from identity documents. It makes customer onboarding less time-consuming and more efficient because automated document data entry is considerably faster than manual input.
At Passenger Terminal EXPO 2020, L3Harris will be demonstrating its fully integrated security solutions ready to support the changing airport of the future. Given rising traveler volumes, the demand for airports to be more efficient and provide an improved passenger experience could not be more critical.
Cognitec continues to introduce new product features to advance its face recognition technology used in e-gates for automated passport control procedures. The company’s FaceVACS-Entry product combines smart hardware for facial image acquisition with software for verification processes, and performs with outstanding accuracy and speed in more than 300 e-gate installations.
ELeather is planning to kick off 2020 with a brand-new booth design that will be unveiled at Passenger Terminal EXPO. The booth will draw inspiration from the company’s new 2020 trend collection, which will also be launched during the event.
At Passenger Terminal EXPO, Via Guide will be showcasing a simulation of a fully automated queue. The solution was implemented at a major European hub airport in 2019 and integrates several individual products to encourage a holistic approach to queue management.
At the upcoming Passenger Terminal EXPO in Paris, Point FWD will present use cases that show centralized security checkpoint implementations and the various benefits that have been realized thanks to its knowledgeable and experienced advice.
Fueled by a need in the industry, Airports Council International (ACI) has launched an exceptional program, the first of its kind in the industry: the Airport Customer Experience Accreditation program.
Raj Jain, head of sales for airports and airlines at Access IS, reveals its latest data capture solutions, how the company consolidates technologies into one smart package, and why this benefits airports and passengers.