Redefining the role of technology in operations at the AAA OPS SWAP Forum 2018 in Brisbane, Australia
The Australian Airports Association (AAA) hosts a range of annual events for the airport industry to learn and discuss industry issues impacting their airports. ADB SAFEGATE´s General Manager Global Airport & ATM Operations Solutions; Roy Bolwede joined the AAA OPS SWAP Forum 2018 in Brisbane, Australia to discuss ‘Redefining the role of technology in operations’ where 180 operational managers participated.
Airports today are utilizing technology to a larger extent than ever before in order to increase the performance of existing infrastructure. Technology is now implemented and integrated across multi-organisational borders at the airport. The clear trend is that highly complex integration projects tend to outgrow specification limits, creating significant challenges to provide their intended, and much needed, operational benefits.
It is now time for a paradigm shift, and to bring the operational design and implementation to the forefront to let technology support operations, and not the other way around.
ADBSAFEGATE´s General Manager Global Airport & ATM Operations Solutions; Roy Bolwede joined the AAA OPS SWAP Forum 2018 in Brisbane, Australia to discuss ‘Redefining the role of technology in operations’ where 180 operational managers participated.
ADB SAFEGATE is a leading provider of intelligent solutions that deliver superior airport performance and operations, and jointly identify and solve bottlenecks. Our consultative approach enables airports to improve efficiency, enhance safety and environmental sustainability, as well as reduce operational costs. Our portfolio includes solutions and services that harmonize airport performance, tackling every aspect of traffic handling and guidance, from approach, runway and taxiway lighting, to tower-based traffic control systems and intelligent gate and docking automation. ADB SAFEGATE has 1,000+ employees in more than 20 countries and serves some 2,500+ airports in more than 175 countries.
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