CVG Airport adopts data-driven passenger flow management system


Historical and live data will enable CVG to make daily operational decisions and long-term facility improvement plans.

Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) has partnered with Veovo to expand data input at the airport.

CVG was one of the first airports in the US to deploy internet of things (IoT) sensor technology in the security checkpoint to monitor and display wait times. Following the data collated from the project, CVG and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) have been able to make data-driven decisions on staff scheduling, which has improved wait times and passenger experience at the airport.

CVG is now adopting Veovo’s curb-to-flight flow management technology to better understand passenger movement beyond the security checkpoint and into other areas of the terminal and concourses. Specifically, the airport will get to see how travellers, processes, and airlines interact and interconnect.

“Providing memorable and predictable journeys, from the driveway to the runway, is a top priority for CVG, and data is the key enabler for our vision,” said Brian Cobb, Chief Innovation Officer, CVG. Innovative solutions, like those provided by Veovo, allow us to gather and analyse data in real-time and proactively put it to work. We will be able to make better plans and improve productivity, respond to customer needs faster and tap into revenue growth opportunities.”

The rollout of the technology will be done in phases throughout the year. Once complete, historical and live data will enable CVG to make daily operational decisions and long-term facility improvement plans.

For example, by understanding gate arrival patterns by flight, CVG can adjust call-to-gate times or airline gate assignments to minimise crowding. The airport can evaluate the effect disruptions have on passenger behaviour and prevent issues and mitigate their impact. Dwell and flow data can also be used to drive strategic plans for layout configuration, signage, food and beverage placements and gate assignments.

As passenger traffic returns over the next several years, these insights will help the airport grow efficiently with the proper staff resourcing and concession planning to improve product offerings and placements for travellers.

The Veovo platform bundles AI-powered analytics, data from movement sensors and rich visualisations to provide live and historical insights into passenger occupancy, dwell times and movement patterns by flight. This data can be viewed for specific areas, grouped areas, and eventually the entire facility, including the Terminal and both Concourses.

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