FTE looks at how Spring Airlines and Iberia have already made use of Google Glass in-flight, and speaks to Vuzix and SITA about how airlines can make the most of wearable tech.
FTE spoke to Air France-KLM and Human Recognition Systems to find out what role biometrics can play in creating a single passenger token and enhancing tracking. Read full article »
FTE spoke to Halifax International Airport Authority to find out more about North America’s first fully common use self-service check-in hall.
Following the rollout of Delta’s new IFE streaming product, FTE explores how the major US carriers are upping their game when it comes to in-flight entertainment.
Airports and airlines are turning to iBeacons, passenger tracking solutions, interactive screens and wearable technology to improve the passenger experience.
Aéroports de Montréal’s Antoine Rostworowski discusses how Smart Security, automation and a single passenger token can help improve airport security and immigration.
FTE spoke to Air New Zealand’s Carrie Hurihanganui about what passengers can expect onboard the 787-9 Dreamliner, which will include unique IFE and seating products.
FTE explores how new technology and better aggregation of data can be used to develop smartphone apps that assist passengers throughout the entire journey.
FTE explores what role CUPPS, the cloud, virtualisation and native airline applications will play in the future, and assesses the thoughts of a number of industry experts.
FTE spoke to James Millett, Head of Digital at easyJet, about the iBeacon trial, and how the LCC plans to use the technology to simplify the travel experience.