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New York, Oct. 14, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Airport Digitalization-Technology Trends and Future Best Practices” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p06176209/?utm_source=GNW
The sudden spread of the coronavirus, slow vaccination rates, uncertain travel regulations, declining passenger confidence, and receding economies have led to the drastic reduction in not only the number of domestic and international passengers but also the industry’s weak financial status.
Accelerated vaccination rates, adherence to regulations set by health authorities, planned lockdown relaxations, and transparent travel policies will be the key to overall recovery of the aviation industry. As airports continue to operate during recovery, it will be crucial that they reduce fixed costs, optimize operational costs, provide a safe and enjoyable experience for passengers, as well as improve employee safety and productivity. Data collection capabilities have increased dramatically with the increasing adoption of IoT (Internet of Things). These capabilities have increased cybersecurity efforts and the importance of protecting sensitive data. Artificial Intelligence (AI), blockchain, and other technologies will play an important role in ensuring data security, privacy and transparency, as well as compliance with data regulations. Smartphone applications and location-based services will allow for highly customized offers that can be used to increase ancillary revenue. While most airports are focused on automating passenger touchpoints right now, they need to look at how they can improve operational efficiency over the next 2 to 3 years. The aviation industry requires higher levels of collaboration between software and hardware providers and master integrators to meet business requirements and provide seamless services.Sustainability is a critical initiative, and airports are prioritizing optimization of fuel utilization, carbon and noise emission reduction, and so on. Non-aeronautical revenues have been a major contributor to airports’ financial resilience over the past decade. Volatility in operational costs is putting increasing pressure on airport bottom lines. Non-aeronautical revenues will help ensure profitability, despite increasing operational costs. Total airport management (TAM), brings together all stakeholders involved in airport operations. It ensures interconnection between all airport systems such as self-service kiosks and self-service areas, check-in counters and bag-drop areas. It gives the airport the ability to combine real-time data from different data silos to provide insights and improve decision making. It can also empower airports with predictive capabilities to identify potential failures and make better decisions.
Author: Nripendra Bahadur Singh
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