Vice President, Airport Solution
There are three key areas where I believe we will feel the immediate impact of technology at airports in 2017. These developments will truly transform travel in the years ahead.
President, Americas, SITA
I’m getting ready to enjoy the Airports Council International (ACI) 25th anniversary celebration in Montreal. It is a great city with very strong connections to the air transport industry. It is of course home to ICAO and the headquarters of IATA and ACI. SITA too has a strong presence there.
Director of Market Insight , SITA
Robots, wearables, biometrics and virtual reality are sure to feature in everyday life by the year 2100. How can this technology be adopted successfully by airlines? Do passengers hold the answer?
Chief Technology Officer
In the space of just a few months the air transport industry and US government have made remarkable progress towards a common vision for identity management of the future.
From increasing passenger numbers, to growing security threats, SITA's Stephen Challis discusses the increasing need for secure identity management in the ATI, and how it can be implemented today.
Armin Ebrahimi, CEO at ShoCard, believes that blockchain technology could help revolutionize identity management with its ability to maintain traveler data privacy.
Lead Engineer, SITA Lab
At SITA Lab it’s our job to push the boundaries of new technologies that can be used by airlines and airports.