Digital Twin has become a buzzword that is utilized to describe a large range of IT initiatives within airports and organizations in general. There are some great examples of how they can support operational and production processes, but there exist also numerous examples where organizations simply start and struggle. To obtain success it is crucial to understand what a Digital Twin entails and which pre-requisites you will need.
THE WORLD’S BIGGEST AIRPORT EXPO | AMS | 14-16 MARCH 2023
M2P will hold a presentation at Day 3 at 12:25 CET about ‘Why digital twins fail and how to achieve tangible benefits’.
Meet Michael Jahn and Bert Dijk in Amsterdam!
Three major factors that require airport operators to constantly examine and optimize their technical departments for operational success and why you should take on these challenges at your technical control center.
Technical Control Centers need to contribute to Smart Airport Operations!
THE WORLD’S BIGGEST AIRPORT EXPO | PARIS | 15-17 JUNE 2022
M2P will hold a presentation on Day 3 at 11:25 CET about ‘Leveraging the capabilities of an integrated airport technical control center’.
Meet our Senior Consultants Michael Jahn and Jan-Henrik Reber in Paris!
2ND WORLD AIRPORT OPERATIONS SUMMIT | PRAGUE | 2-3 JUNE 2022
M2P will attend the Airport Operations Summit and is excited to share knowledge and get in touch with other airport industry experts.
Meet our Senior Manager Marina Lützenberger in Prague!
Just when everything looked like the long-awaited recovery for aviation was finally starting to pick up steam, “the Virus” had other ideas. But whilst the industry was hit hard in about all facets of businesses, one silver lining may be its effect on digitalization. Ahead of the holiday break, we look at how airports can utilize this to gain competitive advantages in 2022.
Challenging fundamental assumptions and evaluating progressive scenarios to transform airline passenger processes at airports and improve customer experience
Airports need a neutral evaluation of drone-related risks and a thorough analysis of technology- and procedural-driven counter measures. The evaluation must be open and unbiased, without any marketing or sales ideas in mind. As drone and counter drone technology are both young and emerging technologies, most airports and local authorities are not yet fully prepared for future developments and potential incidents.
Covid-19 has brought aviation to it’s knees. However, in the early days of the pandemic almost a year ago, we knew much less about the virus’ propagation behavior and potential countermeasures than we do today.
Access Control Systems (ACS) play a key role in regulating who gains access to secure buildings as well as high security areas such as airports, hospitals, universities, and production plants.