INTERVIEW. Airports become more and more digitally connected, and the internet of things (IOT) opens up a whole world of opportunities. Read the interview conducted by Airport Performance Insights Magazine, where Elisabeth Krimmel shares her insights regarding how IOT can transform the traveler experience, generate revenue and create more efficiency in the rapidly transforming aviation industry.

In her role as a Senior Manager at Deloitte Government & Public Services practice, Elisabeth Krimmel has supported aviation clients for the last 12 years in areas like aviation security. She was  involved in a recent report by the Airport Cooperative Research Program on the Internet of Things.

The main goal was to help airports understand to not just capitalize on current IoT solutions, but to plan for the future when undergoing development and other infrastructure changes. The industry is still figuring out what the IoT technology is about, however most airports already use it on many different levels to improve airport operations and the passenger experience.

Click the button to read the full interview conducted by Jean Luc Devissher for Airport Performance insights Magazine.
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