Smart Airport: The Backbone of Smart City, Smart Building and Factory of the Future

Smart Airport: The Backbone of Smart City, Smart Building and Factory of the Future

The smart airport is a concept that comes from the ideas of the smart city, the smart building and the factory of the future. It’s main goal is to provide higher security with smart services to passengers in a green and clean environment.

An airport is no longer just a place for wait and pass through; they now give travelers the experience of actually being “in the city” with spaces for gathering, entertainment, customized information. A number of cities are rapidly adopting advanced information and communication technologies such as big data analytics, IoT and autonomous systems. These have been key enablers of seamless connectivity laying the foundation of smart cities.

In smart buildings sensors have been installed in services to optimize how they work(control systems, management system, physical security, communication systems). Green and intelligent buildings of airport are those structures that are energy efficient and environment friendly throughout their life cycle.

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Smart Factory of the future since industrial processes are managed on a daily basis, such as the handling of thousands of luggage that come through our airports each day.

The intensifying demand for automated services in the airline industry to enhance passenger experience and bring vast process improvements, rising demand for self-service solutions at airports for a variety of tasks, growing need for boosting passenger touch-points and rising need for advanced security capabilities are the key factors catalyzing the demand for smart airports solutions.

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The high upfront cost required for maintaining high connectivity and the high investment required for a robust infrastructure are the key factors likely to hinder the market to an extent.

Leading players in market are IBM Corporation, Cisco and Siemens AG. Honeywell and SITA are amongst the promising players in the market.