tech-savvy travelers are increasingly asking pointed questions about how airports and airlines are using their data. To protect themselves against expensive legal actions, smart airports develop a sound data protection policy that clearly outlines how passenger data is captured, stored, and analyzed.
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User and Device Digital Identity and Authentication
connected objects will be streamlining, simplifying and enriching nearly every aspect of our lives. This connectivity will also create a wide range of services that rely on a trusted digital identity to biometrics.
Real time data from transport systems will allow flight schedules to be adapted to allow for delays in travelling to the airport that are impacting a number of passengers, for example a delayed train. Passengers will also have better connected, automated travel options (such as driverless cars and transit routes) providing seamless, reliable public transport options – negating the need for parking personal cars at the airpor
Airport Facilities And Operation
Digital asset management and the large scale sharing of information between the airport operator, airlines, ground handlers and support organisations will ensure improved punctuality of flights and that airport facilities are kept in excellent working order and that the right level of resource is deployed to deal with passenger levels at any given time – leading to a seamless, stress free passenger experience.
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