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How to make the most of VR


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Passenger Terminal World March 2017

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How to make the most of VR

  1. 1. MARCH2017 publishedbyUKIPMedia&EventsLtd PASSENGERTERMINALWORLD|MARCH2017INTHISISSUE:VIRTUALREALITY|PARKING|INSIDERTHREAT|HOTHUBS|EMERGENCYPLANNING IATA 753 Baggage tracking gets a serious upgrade, with RFID firmly on the IATA Resolution 753 agenda PARKING Leading airport parking experts reveal their digital and mobile strategies to boost revenues Discover how airports are employing virtual reality to interact with customers and improve airport operations INSIDER THREAT Aviation remains vulnerable to insider threats from staff. What can airports do to improve safety? Discover how airports are employing How to make the most of VR
  2. 2. Passenger Terminal World | MARCH 2017 152 NOW ARRIVING Information web Ikusi has developed a range of technology that combines the efficiency required by operators with improvement in the passenger experience. This has led to the development of the Spider solution, designed to improve and optimize processes. Spider allows the airport’s available data to be interrelated, encouraging a deep analysis of the information to develop predictive, prescriptive and preventive scenarios, thus enabling the infrastructure to operate more efficiently. Santiago de Chile International Airport, Chile’s largest airport, is already using this solution, and has contracted Ikusi for two projects that highlight its capabilities and benefits. With Spider, Ikusi has created the technological framework addressing the concession management model under which this airport operates. This entails the need to develop a framework of relations between the public owner and the private consortium. The consortium is, of course, obliged to fulfill certain quality parameters that the owner, normally government bodies, has to guarantee to meet the international standards established by organizations such as the ACI, ICAO and IATA. Santiago de Chile International Airport has also relied on Ikusi for the deployment of an automated operation management system that includes an AODB/RMS system and the Spider Information Broker (IB) to integrate 15 airport and air traffic control systems. This project confirms Spider’s undertaking as a tool for the ongoing improvement, automation and optimization of an airport’s operations. Santiago de Chile International Airport is a long- standing customer of Ikusi, having received a public information system from the company in 1993 – a solution currently released as Dolphin, operational at the new airport in Istanbul, which has plans to have the greatest capacity in the world; Sharjah airport in the UAE; and six airports belonging to OMA (Grupo Aeroportuario Centro-Norte) in Mexico. Baggage revolution Airports of Regions, the largest airport holding and management company in Russia – part of the Renova Group, a Russian conglomerate with interests in a wide range of market sectors – has selected Alstef to supply a complete baggage sorting system to the new Rostov-on-Don International Airport in the south of the country. Located 30km (18.6 miles) from the current airport, which is set to close, it will become operational by the end of the year, ready to accommodate visitors for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. In the long term it is expected to welcome up to five million passengers annually. Alstef is responsible for the design, manufacturing and installation of the baggage sorting system, which will have a processing capacity of 2,200 bags per hour for departing flights. It will be equipped with ECAC Standard 3 explosive detection machines, a first in Russia, and have five baggage delivery lines at arrivals, four of which will be equipped with Alstef BagClaim carousels. The complete system will be controlled and monitored by Bagware View, a monitoring solution developed by Alstef. This is the second contract awarded to Alstef by Airports of Region, with a new baggage sorting system already in operation at Nizhny Novgorod International Airport’s new terminal. READER INQUIRY NUMBER 131 ALSTEF To learn more about this advertiser, visit NOW! Advanced detection Airports and regulators are demanding higher throughput, even as the bar is raised on effective threat detection for passengers and their cabin baggage. As security requirements and concerns evolve, airports worldwide need to keep pace by protecting passengers and commerce while accelerating their movement through aviation screening checkpoints. This requires centralized, fully integrated, high-throughput security systems that are designed to keep these checkpoints running smoothly and safely. L3 Security & Detection Systems (L3 SDS) offers the ClearScan cabin baggage explosives detection system (EDS), which uses advanced algorithms to discover enhanced threats. Dual-energy computed tomography (CT) technology delivers the highest level of explosives threat detection at a low false alarm rate, meeting the latest regulatory requirements without the need to replace existing equipment. Integrated with a tray return system, ClearScan is in operation at numerous international airports to screen cabin baggage. Also at the checkpoint is L3’s widely deployed ProVision 2mm wave passenger screener – a safe, image-free solution with advanced software that efficiently determines checkpoint clearance. Solutions offered by L3 SDS meet the most demanding customer expectations and regulator requirements, and address security concerns with a software-based architecture that is upgradable to counter future and emerging threats. Come and see us at Passenger Terminal Expo 2017, booth 10058. READER INQUIRY NUMBER 130 L3 SDS To learn more about this advertiser, visit NOW! READER INQUIRY NUMBER 132 IKUSI To learn more about this advertiser, visit NOW!