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.
Three major factors require airport operators to constantly examine and optimize their technical departments for continued operational success: New and tightening regulatory and environmental requirements drive the technical complexity of buildings, facilities and plants as well as the difficulty of their operation\n Competition for returning traffic is fierce among airports, due to substantial overcapacity. Thus, […]
It is not uncommon for airport projects to be delayed or launched with outstanding issues and flaws, but this doesn’t have to be the case.
Introduction Airport construction projects tend to be large and lengthy, spanning multiple phases, taking years to complete. When the big opening day of the new airport or terminal building finally arrives, only the tip of the iceberg is seen by the public, along with the political representatives, local dignitaries, airline CEOs and media lucky enough […]
Restoring airline networks under immense uncertainty
The proceeding article invites senior business, IT, and procurement leaders to rethink the way that they look at, and approach, the purchase of technology.
Why and how Should Airports Protect Themselves From This Growing Threat?
A quick guide to Airline Network Ramp-up
Not long ago, aviation leaders and analysts were applauding another year of strong growth in air traffic and profitability.
Business leaders have been diligently working to mitigate the disastrous, unexpected impact and risks presented to their employees, customers, and shareholders by the global COVID-19 pandemic.