An industry insider tells FTE that permanent electronic bag tags will be commonplace within 12 months and could pave the way for a digital passenger smartcard.
FTE takes a look at the top five technologies that are shaping tomorrow’s airport experience and should be on the radar of every airport and airline.
Jerry Tolzman discusses the trial of a fingerprint-based boarding pass at San Jose Airport and says Alaska Airlines will bide its time before deciding the next steps.
Jared Shoemaker, Director, Cabin Programs at BAE Systems, shares his thoughts on the future of the wireless in-flight entertainment market with FTE.
United Airlines, Virgin Atlantic, SITA and Mexia discuss the opportunities presented to airlines and airports by Google’s Eddystone beacon format.
Transavia, Lufthansa Systems, Skycast Solutions and Piksel offer their thoughts on the future of the fast-changing in-flight entertainment market.
FTE explores how facial, iris and fingerprint biometric technology is being used at airports in the US, EU, Australia and Singapore to expedite and secure passenger processing.
Star Alliance, Dubai Airports, IATA, United and SITA discuss how airlines, airports and technology companies can together create more seamless travel apps.
Find out how seatback self-service, in-flight concierges, commercial partnerships and smartwatch-based sales can help to increase in-flight sales.