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IT Criticality in New Airport Design and
Operations –
The Swing Gate System Case Study
Shane Zbrodoff
IT Program Manager, ...
Information Technology Services in an Airport are not new…..
So what is so evolutionary?
Airport Information Technology is now critical to
Airport Building Design & Construction
International Facilities Project
Swing Gate Case Study
Calgary, Alberta Canada
Key Airport Stats
-

“Medium” size classification
12 Months Ending August 2013 14M Passengers
142,398 square metres
4 Conc...
Why the IFP is needed…
And….
Reserved for existing and new terminal picture
Key IFP Building Stats
-

Designed: 2008
Five Levels 183,500 square metres
Five – 737’s wing tip to wing tip in front hall...
Building Design Principles and Challenges
Must:
-

Increase capacity
Meet environmental objectives
Keep the footprint smal...
Multiple Operational Stakeholders
Operational Information
Operational Sectors
- Domestic
- International
- Transborder (to United States)
- Pre-Clearance Fa...
This innovative design resulted in
shared hallways, gateways, pathways, areas and doors!
Implementation of Swing Gate Design
Planners:
Our job is done!
Architect:
Not an architectural problem – passenger flows c...
What do planners, architects and operators do
when they have problems?

Give the problems to I.T!
IT inherited five major challenges:

1. Leading edge technology versus building design
2. Determine corridor change logic
...
First Challenge: Leading Edge Technology meets Building Design
Building design needs applied technology

(Security and Con...
Coverage Problem?

CCTV and Access Control System
Analytics
Architects love open glass – Analytic Cameras do not!!
Challenge two: Corridor change logic
- Process and technology model
- Stakeholders (airlines, agencies)
- Effective but ea...
(DRAFT)
Touch Screens
• Wall Mounted
• Strategically located
• Simple Feedback
• “Okay”, “Configuring”
• “Corridor in use”
• Scree...
Model Creation
Challenge three: Sector Intelligence and Data
- Problem: Sector knowledge and timing
- REAL TIME
Fix: Tie into AODB / Gate...
Key Technology
Related risk: Terminal Renumbering and Available Data
Challenge four: Degree of Automation / “IRROP”
Balance of Automation and Manual Processes
Technology breaks
- Cameras fail...
Challenge five: External Stakeholder sign off
Working committee
Development of custom elements
- Custom Console
Presentati...
Lab & Demo
Summary Report Card:
Leading edge technology versus building design
Determine corridor change logic

Sector intelligence a...
Thank you!

Contact:
Shane Zbrodoff
International Facilities Project, IT Program Manager
Calgary Airport

Email: shane.zbr...
Airport IT&T 2013 Shane Zbrodoff
Airport IT&T 2013 Shane Zbrodoff
Airport IT&T 2013 Shane Zbrodoff
Airport IT&T 2013 Shane Zbrodoff
Airport IT&T 2013 Shane Zbrodoff
Airport IT&T 2013 Shane Zbrodoff
Airport IT&T 2013 Shane Zbrodoff
Airport IT&T 2013 Shane Zbrodoff
Airport IT&T 2013 Shane Zbrodoff
Airport IT&T 2013 Shane Zbrodoff
Airport IT&T 2013 Shane Zbrodoff
Airport IT&T 2013 Shane Zbrodoff
Airport IT&T 2013 Shane Zbrodoff
Airport IT&T 2013 Shane Zbrodoff
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  1. 1. IT Criticality in New Airport Design and Operations – The Swing Gate System Case Study Shane Zbrodoff IT Program Manager, Calgary International Facilities Project Calgary International Airport
  2. 2. Information Technology Services in an Airport are not new….. So what is so evolutionary?
  3. 3. Airport Information Technology is now critical to Airport Building Design & Construction
  4. 4. International Facilities Project Swing Gate Case Study Calgary, Alberta Canada
  5. 5. Key Airport Stats - “Medium” size classification 12 Months Ending August 2013 14M Passengers 142,398 square metres 4 Concourses A, B, C, D ~49 Gates
  6. 6. Why the IFP is needed…
  7. 7. And….
  8. 8. Reserved for existing and new terminal picture
  9. 9. Key IFP Building Stats - Designed: 2008 Five Levels 183,500 square metres Five – 737’s wing tip to wing tip in front hall 22 Aircraft Gates 300 Room Hotel Central Hold Area Commissioned: April 2015 Full Service: October 2015 1.5B CAD
  10. 10. Building Design Principles and Challenges Must: - Increase capacity Meet environmental objectives Keep the footprint small Maintain operational flexibility Provide excellent customer experience Maximize operational capacity Consider costs and revenue Satisfy stakeholders!
  11. 11. Multiple Operational Stakeholders
  12. 12. Operational Information Operational Sectors - Domestic - International - Transborder (to United States) - Pre-Clearance Facility with U.S. Customs on Site Cash and Carry Duty Free Rule: Passengers within sectors cannot blend or co-mingle!
  13. 13. This innovative design resulted in shared hallways, gateways, pathways, areas and doors!
  14. 14. Implementation of Swing Gate Design Planners: Our job is done! Architect: Not an architectural problem – passenger flows complete! Operations: We want minimal costs and little manpower for this!
  15. 15. What do planners, architects and operators do when they have problems? Give the problems to I.T!
  16. 16. IT inherited five major challenges: 1. Leading edge technology versus building design 2. Determine corridor change logic 3. Sector intelligence and data 4. Balance between automation and manual 5. Obtain Stakeholder Sign Off
  17. 17. First Challenge: Leading Edge Technology meets Building Design Building design needs applied technology (Security and Controls)
  18. 18. Coverage Problem? CCTV and Access Control System
  19. 19. Analytics
  20. 20. Architects love open glass – Analytic Cameras do not!!
  21. 21. Challenge two: Corridor change logic - Process and technology model - Stakeholders (airlines, agencies) - Effective but easy to use
  22. 22. (DRAFT)
  23. 23. Touch Screens • Wall Mounted • Strategically located • Simple Feedback • “Okay”, “Configuring” • “Corridor in use” • Screen coordinates / echoes other screens servicing same gate! • Sector “state” fed to central console
  24. 24. Model Creation
  25. 25. Challenge three: Sector Intelligence and Data - Problem: Sector knowledge and timing - REAL TIME Fix: Tie into AODB / Gate Planning and Active Management Tool
  26. 26. Key Technology
  27. 27. Related risk: Terminal Renumbering and Available Data
  28. 28. Challenge four: Degree of Automation / “IRROP” Balance of Automation and Manual Processes Technology breaks - Cameras fail - Door Motors Fail Solution: Contingency / Continuity Plans developed Operations run late! Don’t want doors to swing in middle of boarding or deplaning! Solution: Airline process finalizing flight
  29. 29. Challenge five: External Stakeholder sign off Working committee Development of custom elements - Custom Console Presentations
  30. 30. Lab & Demo
  31. 31. Summary Report Card: Leading edge technology versus building design Determine corridor change logic Sector intelligence and data Balance between automation and manual Obtain Stakeholder Sign Off
  32. 32. Thank you! Contact: Shane Zbrodoff International Facilities Project, IT Program Manager Calgary Airport Email: shane.zbrodoff@ifp-yyc.com Email2: shane-z@pilotproject.com

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