Automated facial recognition technology will eliminate the need for passengers to stop and provide ID, allowing them to smoothly proceed through the airport. Read full article »
To celebrate the launch of our new series ‘Up in the Air’, FTE finds out what Boeing’s designers predict for the cabin of the future. Read full article »
The improvements are part of a 10-year contract between Mumbai Airport and SITA, who will implement state-of-the-art self-service, baggage and 2d boarding pass technology at the airport.
An innovative thermo-conductive infrared scanner that emits no radiation and protects the privacy of passengers recently completed a successful live test at Bristol Airport. The technology also integrates with identification and biometric devices – are we a step closer to the ‘checkpoint of the future?’
FTE paid a visit to Madrid-Barajas Airport to experience at first hand the Ágora project – a key part of Iberia’s ambition to make its T4 hub the most user-friendly airport terminal in the world.
Mikael Lind, Project Manager Future Airports, Viktoria Institute, outlines the importance of collaboration to create a seamless door-to-door travel experience.
A new system that uses telepresence technology allows for an offsite agent to offer face-to-face assistance on airport services such as check-in and lounge access.