Global traffic is expected to exceed 14,000 million passengers by 2029, so the airport industry works hard to innovate, developing solutions that allow them to facilitate the activities of their workers and provide more efficient services for passengers; In this article we will tell you some of the latest technologies applied to airports.
From full-body scanners that use artificial intelligence, to robots that patrol airports, through desks that allow passengers to charge their devices while pedaling or simply those innovations we don’t see, but that facilitate the transit of millions of passengers.
For example, in Germany two 3D laser scanners were implemented that help detect debris from foreign objects on tracks, platforms and intersections, which will help save up to 15 minutes of shooting and prevent accidents on tracks.
Meanwhile, in Chicago, a security control system was released that facilitates the passage of passengers through control points by 30%, using a 3D technology to scan luggage packages with tapes and automated cameras
Have you heard of remote-controlled control towers? This is already possible at the Malpensa airport in Milan where more than 100 flights have already been safely managed. Air traffic controllers receive flight information along with 360 ° views of the airport made with high-resolution cameras, allowing them to make decisions in real time and with the assurance that no accident will occur.
We also learned that the European Dynamics company created a lie detector based on the analysis of up to 38 facial micro-products that is 76% reliable and will begin to be used in immigration control processes in the European Union, where 700 million annually pass through people from all over the world.
These innovative technologies, great architectural challenges and avant-garde interior designs are the necessary ingredients that will allow the industry to evolve by leaps and bounds and improve the experience of passengers around the world. Do you like our article? Share it on your social networks by clicking on the links at the bottom or tell us.