• Gatwick puts new Sprinters into use

    Gatwick Airport has deployed two Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 314 CDI vehicles, for use by airside operations staff when conducting foreign object debris (FOD) inspections on the runway. Special features in the new vehicles – designed with input from the Airside Operations team at Gatwick –

  • Munich jumps on the robot bandwagon

    Munich is the latest airport – but the first in Germany – to trial a humanoid passenger assistance robot. Munich operator FMG and Lufthansa worked together to install a Pepper robot from SoftBank Robotics in their jointly operated Terminal 2 (T2). The 1.2 m-tall robot, christened Josie

  • LINXS wins favour for Los Angeles APM project

    A consortium including Bombardier Transportation is set to beat four other bidders to a 30-year, USD4.5 billion automated people mover (APM) contract at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). The Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) Board of Airport Commissioners (BOAC) on 15 February announced that

  • Three capabilities become one with Veovo

    New Zealand-based Gentrack has rebranded its BlipTrack, Concessionaire Analyzer+ (CA+), and Airport 20/20 portfolios into a new combined data solution called Veovo. The Veovo platform for predictive, collaborative operations “combines solutions for guest predictability, outstanding

  • Gold Coast rolls out Xovis sensors

    Gold Coast Airport in Australia is implementing sensors and software to measure waiting times and operational performance, as operator Queensland Airports Limited anticipates a traffic surge for the Commonwealth Games in April 2018. Switzerland-based Xovis is providing 71 ceiling-mounted sensors to

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  • Collaborative European project focuses on ground safety

    Twelve airport operators in Europe are engaged in a unique large-scale initiative with the SESAR Deployment Manager (SDM) to improve the safety, operational efficiency, and environmental performance of surface operations. Unifying Safety Nets & Surface Movement was launched in July 2017 as a



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