NEW TERMINAL AND AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION - The importance of Technology and Master System Integration (MSI)

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Ned Macesic, VP, SITA presentation from the Session on 'Emerging Technologies for Improving Connectivity’at INDIA AVIATION 2014, Hyderabad, India on 13 March 2014.

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NEW TERMINAL AND AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION - The importance of Technology and Master System Integration (MSI)

  1. 1. NEW TERMINAL AND AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION The importance of Technology Master System Integration (MSI) Ned Macesic VP Airport Business Development INDIA AVIATION CONFERENCE Hyderabad- 13 March 2014
  2. 2. INDIA AVIATION CONFERENCE | 13 March 2014 | Hyderabad AGENDA Presentation • Introduction and Agenda • Balancing the goals of the airport and challenges of construction • Characteristics of a successful MSI • Summary/Conclusion 2 | © SITA 2014 All rights reserved. |
  3. 3. INDIA AVIATION CONFERENCE | 13 March 2014 | Hyderabad Passenger growth and airport capacity Airport infrastructure is no longer fit for purpose The Forecast: • In the next 10 years pax will increase at higher rate than physical capacity • Investments in Airport Infrastructure over the next 7-10 years are planned in the order of $500Bn – $750Bn • More than half of the investments are in N. America and Asia • North America and Europe: High percentage of investments in improving / expanding existing infrastructure 3 The Challenge • Many airports are managing fairly old infrastructure which constrains their growth • Demand can only be met by • Upgrading existing facilities to increase efficiency and throughput (intelligence, automation) • Building new capacity (new terminals or new airports) North America 34% Asia Pacific 24% Europe 22% Middle East 17% LAC 2% Africa 1% Airport Investment by region | © SITA 2014 All rights reserved. |
  4. 4. INDIA AVIATION CONFERENCE | 13 March 2014 | Hyderabad 4 Minister of State for Civil Aviation K.C. Venugopal • Build 17 new airports in the 12th Five-Year Plan (2012-17) period. (New Indian Express, 07 August, 2013) Airports Located at India New Airport Construction Landscape and Budget • Gulbarga, Karnataka • Bijapur, Karnataka • Hassan, Karnataka • Shimoga, Karnataka • Aranmula, Kerala • Kannur in Kerala • Sindhudurg, Maharashtra • Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra • Shirdi, Maharashtra, • Mopa, Goa, • Darba, Madhya Pradesh, • Karaikal, Pudducherry • Kushinagar, Uttar Pradesh, • Andal-Faridpur, West Bengal, • Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh, • Kishangarh, Rajasthan • Deoghar in Jharkhand. TOTAL INVESTMENT: 3.6 Billion USD / 229.05 Billion INR | © SITA 2014 All rights reserved. |
  5. 5. INDIA AVIATION CONFERENCE | 13 March 2014 | Hyderabad Achieving the vision while managing risk 5 Innovation & Technology Stakeholder Management Resources Management Project Risks Management Striking the balance: Mitigating risk vs. creating a world class facility. | © SITA 2014 All rights reserved. |
  6. 6. INDIA AVIATION CONFERENCE | 13 March 2014 | Hyderabad An Airport Terminal – The basic premise • As a result, an Airport Terminal is extremely dependant on IT and Specialist Systems • At its core, an Airport Terminal is charged with: • Safe and Secure Throughput of Passengers • Safe and Secure Throughput of Baggage • Safe and Secure facilitation of Aircraft Turnaround • Much Discussion around ASQ, Dwell Time, Non-Aeronautical Revenue, Aerotropolis, etc.. Achieving the vision ... 6 | © SITA 2014 All rights reserved. |
  7. 7. INDIA AVIATION CONFERENCE | 13 March 2014 | Hyderabad …while managing the risk • Cost containment and budget over-run • Stakeholder management • Supplier management and inter-trade coordination • Schedule management • Health & safety management 7 Construction management companies – the ever-present challenges they face | © SITA 2014 All rights reserved. |
  8. 8. INDIA AVIATION CONFERENCE | 13 March 2014 | Hyderabad Airport MSI – Technology Integration 8 Airport automation adoption curve – addressing the goals of the modern airport operation | © SITA 2014 All rights reserved. |
  9. 9. INDIA AVIATION CONFERENCE | 13 March 2014 | Hyderabad Airport MSI – Programme Integration A Master Level Trade – addressing the challenges of construction • Divides the complete “Design, Build, and Handover” process into discrete stages that mirror the Master Building Programme • Utilizes Best Practice for ensuring operational integration to the supplied technology • Geared to provide Master Level Program and Contract Integration in a construction environment • Provides business value, reduced risk, and improved performance Construction Management Company Foundation Structural Steel Envelope MEP BHS Finishing Curbs & Forecourts MSI Security Tech PAX Tech Comms Tech etc. A Single Master Trade for all Technology 9 | © SITA 2014 All rights reserved. |
  10. 10. INDIA AVIATION CONFERENCE | 13 March 2014 | Hyderabad Summary/Conclusion • Traffic growth drives the need more efficient operation and/or for capacity • Capacity can be improved through smarter technology & processes but eventually through new terminal/airport constructions • Today’s modern airports are extremely dependant on technology to achieve their operating goals • The more Trades they have to directly manage, the greater the challenge of the Construction Management Company • The key is finding the right balance of managing the risk of construction, while achieving the goals with your new terminal investment • Using a credible Airport MSI partner that provides both technology and programme integration services is essential in striking this balance 10 | © SITA 2014 All rights reserved. |
  11. 11. INDIA AVIATION CONFERENCE | 13 March 2014 | Hyderabad Thank you! 11 | © SITA 2014 All rights reserved. |

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