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30 March 2017
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Press Releases

Rockwell Collins Deploys Self-Service Airport Solutions at London Luton Airport
The UK's London Luton Airport (LLA) will now see simplified and streamlined baggage check-in processes, due to the recent installation of Rockwell Collins' touchless T-Series bag drop solution - the first of its kind in the UK.

OMK Announces New Website Launch
OMK launched their new website last month during Passenger Terminal Expo 2017 in Amsterdam. The improved and completely redesigned website offers customers detailed information about the products and services offered.

Toyota Industries Corporation to Acquire Vanderlande
Toyota Industries Corporation (TICO) has signed an agreement to acquire Vanderlande - the global market leader for value-added logistic process automation at airports and in the parcel market, as well as being a leading supplier for warehouses - from the company's current owner NPM Capital.

Saipher to Exhibit at the 2017 International Brazil Air Show (IBAS)
Saipher will be exhibiting at the 2017 International Brazil Air Show from 29 March to 2 April, at Tom Jobim International Airport, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Ultra Electronics and Materna Choose Collaboration Instead of Competition in an Increasingly Complex Airport Systems Market
In a market that is now evolving more rapidly than at any time in the last 20 years, Ultra Electronics Airport Systems und Materna continue to strengthen their partnership in the field of airport operations and passenger processing systems.

White Papers

Future Trends in Control Room Design
The global market for command and control room technologies is projected to reach $7 billion by 2019. Public and private organisations are poised to spend millions on the next generation of...

Window Cleaning Cradles and Access Systems for Airport Terminals and Control Towers
Rostek is a world-leader in permanently installed access systems for airport terminals and control towers. Its systems are specially designed and tailor-made for each project, enabling...

Sensor Solutions for Baggage Identification and Transportation, Building Management, and Aircraft Handling
Numerous logistics processes at the airport run smoothly thanks to sensors and sensor solutions from SICK. The airplanes stop precisely at the parking position, the air cargo container is loaded...

Welcome to a World of Professional Radio Communications
DAMM TetraFlex® Systems have been specifically designed to adapt or grow with you, without incurring major additional infrastructure costs. This increases functional efficiency, while...

Delivery, Installation and Maintenance of WEY Video Wall Solution at Changi Airport
This case study examines WEY's installation of a video wall solution in a baggage handling operation room at Changi Airport in...

Features

Breathing new life into abandoned airports
Once the flurry of planes and passengers dies down, airports sometimes slip into disrepair, serving as chilling reminders of financial ruin. However, with a bit of imagination and investment, the bleak remains can be turned into social or conservation spaces right at the heart of the community.

Turbulence ahead: debating noise levels for an expanded Heathrow
Opponents of a third runway at Heathrow are adamant that the airport cannot expand and at the same time meet limits on pollution. It is, they claim, disingenuous to state otherwise – expansion, in their eyes, means worsening air quality and more noise.

Southend Airport: 2017 as a stepping stone
Southend Airport, London’s smallest air hub, is set to open twelve new European routes in May, introducing flights to Milan, Prague, Venice and other premier destinations on the continent.

4-Flight: a new ATC for Europe
An EU initiative designed in response to spiralling air traffic volumes in Europe has delivered its first operational system in France. 4-FLIGHT, part of the decade-old SESAR programme, is currently undergoing testing at the Marseilles pilot centre, laying the groundwork for the future of European air management.

Robotic detection: a new approach for airport security?
A San Diego State University professor has developed a robotic kiosk that could help detect travellers with hostile intentions. Could this be the next wave of airport security?

Projects

Cam Ranh Airport's New International Terminal
Construction of a new international passenger terminal at Can Ranh Airport, one of the four major airports of Vietnam, was initiated in September 2016.

Terminal Renewal and Improvement Programme (TRIP), Dallas Fort Worth Airport, Texas
Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) has been undergoing a major development and modernisation programme since May 2011 in order to upgrade its aging facilities.

Roshchino International Airport Modernisation
Roshchino International Airport is located 13km west of the city of Tyumen in Tyumen Oblast, Russia.

Argyle International Airport
Argyle International Airport is a new airport that was constructed on the island of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines in the Caribbean Sea.

North Satellite Expansion and Modernisation Project, Seattle-Tacoma Airport
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the US, and handled 45.7 million passengers in 2016 alone.

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