Sharjah International Airport is undergoing a major expansion project to increase its passenger handling capacity to approximately 20 million annually by 2025.
Parsons is a recognized, respected leader in aviation information technology (IT), security and baggage-handling systems. For more than 60 years Parsons has been serving the transportation and aviation community – constantly applying its experience and lessons learned to today’s new challenges. It has more than 400 domestic and international airports valued at more than $155 billion under its belt and a team of professionals averaging ten to 15 years of industry experience.
As one of the world’s largest and most diverse design, engineering, planning and construction organizations, Parsons’ specialized solutions fulfil every client need, every time; regardless of project size, complexity or location. Parsons commits its superior service and expert resources to aviation clients around the globe.
Aviation IT system design, engineering, project management and construction
Parsons’ information technology services include the design, engineering, project management, construction management, training and activation of complex, integrated information systems. The company uses the most experienced airport-system engineering professionals to ensure enhanced operational efficiency throughout the entire airport environment.
Customized aviation IT systems
Parsons’ customized approach to specific airport needs minimizes impacts on existing airport operations. Parsons provides innovative solutions, whether an airport is designing a new structure from the ground up or needs to apply the latest technologies to remedy problems and upgrade its facilities.
Integrated airport IT systems
Parsons provides customers with the following world-class integrated airport IT systems for greater operational efficiency and business process improvement:
- Airport IT master planning and capital improvement program (CIP) review
- Airport operational information systems (AOIS)
- Airport operational database (AODB)
- Airport multiuser information display system (MUFIDS)
- Common-use terminal equipment (CUTE)
- Common-use self service (CUSS)
- Common-use passenger processing systems (CUPPS)
- Shared tenant services
- Network design
- Airport campus IT infrastructure
Airport, airline, tenant and cargo security services
Now more than ever, airports put security at the forefront of all operations. Parsons supplies a range of airport, airline, tenant and cargo security master-planning services that result in solutions that meet the ever-evolving needs of its clients – today, and for years to come.
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San Francisco International Airport (SFO) in California, US, embarked on a major renovation project to transform the old Terminal 1 into a world-class, environment-friendly passenger facility by 2024.
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