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Reimagining the Airport Network for 2020 and Beyond

Today’s airport operators are facing momentous challenges, including enhancing safety and security in light of increasing air traffic volume and level of security threat, as well as improving flight punctuality to compete with other modes of transportation. Other challenges include enriching passenger services to increase airport competitiveness, generating new revenues ...

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The FOD-Razor Airport Runway Sweeper

The FOD-Razor™ Airport Runway Sweeper is an effective foreign object debris control for military airfields, civilian airports, automotive proving grounds and other FOD-sensitive facilities. An affordable, high-quality version of the friction mat sweeping system is finally available that busts your FOD, not your ground support equipment budget. Features include streamlined ...

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Gunnebo Airport Security Solutions

Today’s airports are not just locations where passengers get on and off aircraft. Highest security standards have to be followed, cost-driven efficiency must be achieved and best PAX experience provided in this very competitive environment. As an international market leader in the entrance control market, Gunnebo understands what airports and ...

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PMO – We Help You Do The Right Projects Right

TAV Information Technologies Project Management Office (TAV IT PMO) is an organisational unit established to centralise and coordinate the management of projects. TAV IT PMO applies a consistent project management methodology and standards across the organisation based on the Project Management Institute A Guide to the Project Management Body of ...

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SICK Airport Innovations

Numerous logistics processes at the airport run smoothly thanks to sensors and sensor solutions from SICK. The airplane stops precisely at the parking position at the gate, the air cargo container is loaded on the right cargo aircraft, and the luggage ends up in the right hands. SICK sensors for ...

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