ST Engineering introduces analytics solution for airports

27 March 2019 (Last Updated March 27th, 2019 11:02)

Singapore Technologies Engineering (ST Engineering) has released its latest offering, Seris Airport Analytics, to help airports manage operations efficiently amid an increase in air traffic volume.

Singapore Technologies Engineering (ST Engineering) has released its latest offering, Seris Airport Analytics, to help airports manage operations efficiently amid an increase in air traffic volume.

The technology vendor said that the new solution, released by the company’s electronics sector, has been designed to boost the operational performance of airports. It uses data-driven and fact-based decision-making capabilities to offer seamless travel experiences to passengers.

Powered by machine learning and artificial intelligence, the new solution allows airport operators to decrease delays in air traffic flow and congestion in airports during rush hours.

“As a leading information communications technologies provider and co-creator of smart city solutions, we help our customers adapt to new challenges and meet resource demands.”

ST Engineering electronics info-software systems general manager Low Jin Phang said: “Cities are facing urbanisation pressures like infrastructure challenges on land, at sea, and in the air.

“As a leading information communications technologies provider and co-creator of smart city solutions, we help our customers adapt to new challenges and meet resource demands through the use of cutting-edge technologies.”

ST Engineering’s Seris Airport Analytics offers a unified view of airport operations and the complete passenger experience from curb to gate.

The new platform also embeds predictive and prescriptive analytics into processes, and optimises the passenger experience, offering the smooth integration of information and analytic models directly into process flows.

ST Engineering is showcasing the Seris Airport Analytics and a suite of airport solutions, including the AgilFence PIDS Perimeter Intrusion Detection System and the Seris Airport Operations Centre System (AOCS), at the Passenger Terminal Expo 2019 being held at ExCel London from 26 to 28 March.