Airports must not just get bigger, they must better utilize their constraints to get smarter and examine the infrastructure needed to support this new breed of intelligent airport.
The Internet of Things (IoT), automation, big data, robots, AI and virtual reality are becoming part of the civil aviation ecosystem, along with integrated data collection and better real-time communications channels. What does the future hold?
Expand your knowledge within this area, with this exclusive free report written by AI & Intelligent Automation Network on the topic of: "Smarter, Not Bigger - Intelligent Airports in Today's Civil Aviation Market".
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Expand your knowledge within this area, with this exclusive free presentation by Gianpiero Negri, Project Safety Manager, R&D (Product Development), Electronic Systems, Functional Safety at CNH Industrial in Italy on the topic of: "An overview of hazard analysis and safety function cross-platform standardization".
The presentation covers the following:
- ISO standards and HARA techniques
- Vehicle functions – Safety functions definition
- HARA process: Description, issues, loopholes
- ‘Standard’ way to proceed: A possible strategy
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IQPC talked to Deutsche Lufthansa about JARVIS, Lufthansa's AI Tool which is helping to avoid commune disruptions, plan its resources accordingly and solves in minutes tasks that would take hours to be accomplished manually. Read the interview here for free:
What are the critical success factors in applying profitably Big Data and Artificial Intelligence to airport management?
Expand your knowledge within this area, with this exclusive article written by Prof. Lee Schlenker on the topic of: "AI Reinvent Airport Operational Excellence".
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Read the expert interview with Miriam Hoekstra-van der Deen, Director of Airport Operations of Amsterdam Airport Schiphol about the Artificial Intelligence approach the airport utilizes to shift from reactive to automated and proactive operations. The use of AI for the optimization of the on-time performance and the capacity of aircraft stands are just a few interesting topics discussed which are also presented at the Airport Operational Excellence and Automation conference 2019 in Frankfurt. Download the interview here: