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Police spent £450,000 on drone crisis at Gatwick Airport

Police spent £450,000 on drone crisis at Gatwick Airport but are no closer to catching who did it

Thousands of flights at Gatwick Airport were cancelled or delayed because of the drone sightings

The threats drones can pose to the public have been highlighted by the Gatwick chaos (Image: PA)

Police spent more than £450,000 on the drone crisis at Gatwick Airport which grounded over 1,000 flights just before Christmas.

More than 140,000 passengers had their flights cancelled, diverted or delayed due to the airport closing for more than 30 hours from December 19 to 21 as police tried to find whoever was flying the drones.

In the end the Army had to be called in but police have still not been able to work out who was behind the mayhem, which they have said was a “deliberate” attempt to cause chaos.

Now, three months on, the astronomical amount of money police spent during the crisis has been revealed.

The Sunday Mirror reports that Sussex Police forked out £419,000 on the search for the drones, including £332,000 on overtime and extra bank holiday pay

They also spent £52,000 to base 10 specialist officers at the airport – reduced to four this month – and £12,000 on aid from neighbouring forces in Cambridge and Essex.

The rest of the bill was £5,000 on transport, £4,000 on search equipment and £14,000 on officers’ food and accommodation.

Surrey Police also spent £40,000 in overtime as part of the operation. The MoD has yet to compile its final bill for the ­incident.

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Manchester Airports Group turns to SITA to deliver a faster, smoother passenger journey across its airports

Location: Manchester

26 March 2019

SITA’s self-service and baggage technology will provide a boost to airports’ capacity.

As part of its focus on delivering a faster, more satisfying customer experience, MAG (Manchester Airports Group) has selected global IT provider SITA to implement further passenger self-service across the group’s three main airports. This follows a tender process that concluded in November 2018, after which SITA was awarded a five-year framework agreement to provide new check-in, self-bag drop and boarding points across Manchester, London Stansted and East Midlands airports.

SITA has also been selected to carry out a significant upgrade to Manchester Airport’s baggage reconciliation systems, allowing the airport to better track bags at key points across the journey.

As part of MAG’s transformation programs at each airport, a revised check-in strategy has been developed, focusing on delivering an enhanced customer experience and efficient use of airport capacity through the option of greater automated or self-service passenger processing

To support this, SITA will provide more than 660 staffed and self-service common-use points at check-in, transfer and boarding across all three airports. At Manchester Airport, the group’s busiest airport, SITA will significantly increase staffed and self-service check-in kiosks as well as introduce SITA’s self-bag drop in Terminals 1 and 3, where passengers can check in their own bags in under a minute.

Nicholas Woods, CIO of MAG, said: “Our passenger numbers continue to grow rapidly across our three airports. At the same time our passengers want to spend as little time completing the travel steps such as check-in, bag drop and boarding. We recognize that better technology allows us to process more passengers as well as reduce queues and SITA have provided a solution to deliver on both requirements.”

The benefits of self-service were again confirmed in SITA’s 2019 Passenger IT Insights showing that passengers are more satisfied when they are using technology that provides more control over their journey, particularly at check-in, bag drop and boarding.    

As part of the baggage reconciliation system upgrades at Manchester Airport, baggage will be smoothly tracked so that each bag is accounted for at every step of the journey. This will have a tremendous impact on reducing the possibility of a bag being mishandled, providing passengers more certainty on where their bags are at all times.

As part of the agreement, SITA will also manage the new passenger and baggage processing systems, making sure that they are running optimally at all times.  

Sergio Colella, SITA President for Europe, said: “With more than 60 million passengers per year across three airports, we can help MAG meaningfully streamline their passenger and baggage processes to accommodate even more passengers while providing a smooth, seamless experience for each of those passengers. It is a great pleasure to be able to support MAG’s growth plans over the next few years.”


Indoor Positioning and Navigation System Market Technology Innovation

Indoor Positioning and Navigation System Market Technology Innovation By Apple, Google, Broadcom Inc., Cisco, Ericsson, HERE Technologies, Microsoft, Qualcomm, STMicroelectronics, Zebra Technologies, Septentrio

Indoor positioning and navigation system is used to navigate or locate people using lights, radio waves, magnetic fields, acoustic signals, or other sensory information. One can locate anyone via mobile or tablet. It uses various optical, radio, or even acoustic technologies to design fragmentation. They are also used to detect magnetometric information inside buildings or locations with steel structures or in iron ore mines.

Few of the major competitors currently working in indoor positioning and navigation system market are:-
Apple Inc., Broadcom, Cisco Systems, Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson, Google, HERE, Microsoft, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., Senion, STMicroelectronics, Zebra Technologies, Septentrio N.V., NovAtel Inc, insoft GmbH, Telit.

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Global Indoor Positioning and Navigation System Market is expected to rise from its initial estimated value of USD 10.01 billion in 2018 to an estimated value of USD 167.82 billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of 42.25% in the forecast period of 2019-2026. Increasing demand of IPIN devices in applications like commercial buildings, healthcare, hospitality, oil & gas, mining etc. is the major factor for the growth of this market.

Key Developments in the Industry:-

• In August 2018, Blippar announced the launch of their new location based augmented reality — Indoor Visual Positioning, using computer vision technology named Urban Visual Positioning which will transforms any indoor environment or space into an immersive AR experience by pinpointing a user’s location via computer vision and serving up relevant augmented reality content based on that location. It is a cost- effective method can be applied in any airports, shopping malls, stadium malls and supermarkets.

• In May 2017, Google announced that they are working on a service to offer detailed indoor location positioning using its Tango 3D sensing computer vision tech. They are working with Google Maps team on a service that can give devices access to very precise location information indoors.

Global Indoor Positioning and Navigation System Market Global Analysis:-

By Component (Technology, Software Tools, Services), Deployment Mode (Cloud, On- Premisis), Application (Sales and Marketing Optimization, Customer Experience Management, Remote Monitoring, Inventory Management, Predictive Asset Analytics, Risk Management, Emergency Response Management), Vertical (Retail, Transportation, Entertainment, Hospitality, Public Buildings), Component (Software, Hardware, Services), Platform (Android, iOS ), Technology (Ultra-Wideband Technology, Bluetooth Low Energy, Wi-Fi), Geography (North America, South America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa) – Industry Trends and Forecast to 2026

Major Market Competitors/Players:

• Apple Inc.,
• Broadcom,
• Cisco Systems,
• Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson,
• Google,
• Microsoft,
• Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.,
• Senion,
• STMicroelectronics,
• Zebra Technologies,
• Septentrio N.V.,
• NovAtel Inc,
• insoft GmbH,
• Telit.

Competitive Analysis:

Global indoor positioning and navigation system market is highly fragmented and the major players have used various strategies such as new product launches, expansions, agreements, joint ventures, partnerships, acquisitions, and others to increase their footprints in this market. The report includes market shares of indoor positioning and navigation system market for global, Europe, North America, Asia Pacific and South America.

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Market Drivers:

• Increasing adaption of IPIN in many industries like healthcare, logics etc. is driving the growth of this market.

• Improving service quality and functionality is also expected to drive the market.

Market Restraint:

• Increasing safety and privacy concerns is restraining the market growth.

Global Market Segmentation:

By Component
o Technology
o Software Tools
o Services
By Deployment Mode
o Cloud
o On- Premisis

By Application
o Sales and Marketing Optimization
o Customer Experience Management
o Remote Monitoring
o Inventory Management
o Predictive Asset Analytics
o Risk Management
o Emergency Response Management

By Vertical
o Retail
o Transportation
o Entertainment
o Hospitality
o Public Buildings

By Component
o Software
o Hardware
o Services

By Platform
o Android
o iOS

By Technology
o Ultra-Wideband Technology
o Bluetooth Low Energy
o Wi-Fi

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Measuring customer experience, expectations and loyalty

Measuring customer experience, expectations and loyalty: What questions should you ask

If you ask the wrong questions, you won’t get the information you require to make the right decisions and improve customer experience and loyalty. So what should you be asking? In this extract from his new book, Creating Customer Loyalty, Chris Daffy shares his tips. 

Customer satisfaction studies abound. They are one of the biggest-selling products for market research organisations. But I believe that most customer satisfaction studies don’t reveal much worth knowing.Advertisement

I am drawn to this conclusion because both research studies and my experience of working with organisations that have spent many thousands on them have led me to believe that customer satisfaction research does not provide the information needed to make changes within an organisation that will produce worthwhile outcomes.

But that, of course, prompts the question: what does?

If you ask the wrong questions, even if you get good answers, they will not contain the information you need to make the right decisions. The key therefore is to ask the right questions.

Here again there is lots of research around, and results from those who practice what it tells us lead to those right questions: the ones that will elicit the answers we need – the right answers from which we can make the right decisions.

The right questions to ask

There are many questions that can be used for this, but my experience suggests that there are five key subject areas that are the most useful:

  1. Delivery against expectations
  2. Feelings/emotions experienced
  3. Ease of doing business with you
  4. Memories/stories that you created
  5. Likelihood of future loyalty

Delivery against expectations

In a previous chapter, I explained how customer expectations influence loyalty. It therefore makes sense to learn about the expectations customers have and how well they consider we deliver against them.

Some typical questions that will help reveal this are:

  • Was what you experienced in any way different from what you expected?
  • Were any of your expectations not met?
  • Were you treated the way you expected to be?
  • Were any of your expectations exceeded?

Feelings/emotions experienced

It has been proved that there is a direct link between the feelings or emotions we create for customers and the loyalty and value that will result. Asking questions about this area is therefore important.

The typical questions that will help reveal this are:

  • What did you feel about…?
  • How valued as a customer did you feel when…?
  • What feelings did you have when…?
  • What words would you use to best describe how you felt about…?

Another way of doing this is to take the 20 feelings described in the book The DNA of Customer Experience and list them, randomly or alphabetically, and then ask customers to circle the ones they felt. You can then easily link their answers to the findings in the research. I have done this on many occasions and found it interesting that the results almost always correlate directly with answers to the Net Promoter Score, mentioned below, if that has also been asked.

Ease of doing business with you

An article in the July/August 2010 issue of Harvard Business Review, reporting on a study done by the research firm CEB, indicated that the Customer Effort Score is a more accurate predictor of a customer’s future spend and value to you than the Net Promoter Score. This makes it important to discover how easy or difficult it is for customers to get what they want from you.

The typical questions that will help reveal this are:

  • How easy did you find us to do business with?
  • How easy is our website/order process/etc to use?
  • How easy was it to get any information you needed?
  • How easily did you achieve any goals or objectives you had?

Memories/stories that you created

I have previously explained the importance of memory in creating customer loyalty. Also, that for strong lasting memories to be formed, there needs to be a story that links to them. We therefore need to know what stories and memories customers are taking from the experiences they have.

The typical questions that will help reveal this are:

  • What do you remember most about your experience?
  • Was there anything that you will never forget?
  • Did you later tell any family/friends/colleagues about anything you experienced?
  • If asked, how would you describe what you experienced to family/friends/ colleagues?

Likelihood of future loyalty

The Net Promoter Score, created by Fred Reichheld of Bain and Co, is now the most-used research question to assess the likelihood of future loyalty. I shall explain in detail how it works later in this chapter, but the basic question to ask is:

  • Based on your experience, how likely are you to recommend us to your family/friends/colleagues?

Customers are asked to answer by giving a score from 0, meaning ‘there is no way I would recommend you’, to 10, meaning ‘I am highly likely to recommend you’. I will explain later how these scores are used to calculate the Net Promoter Score.

I know of organisations that have even taken this one step further. They were used to getting a high Net Promoter Score, so they asked a different question:

  • Have you ever recommended us to family/friends/colleagues?

This then provided a measure of actual past recommendations rather than possible future recommendations.

If you ask questions like these, you will get immensely valuable insights into the way your customers think and feel about the products or services you provide. If you act on what you learn, and make whatever changes you decide are necessary, you will find you have unearthed a sure route to ever increasing customer loyalty and the business value that results from it.

This abridged extract from Creating Customer Loyalty by Chris Daffy is ©2019 and reproduced with permission from Kogan Page Ltd.

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Etihad to Trial AI-based Check-in Services

Uses Ground-Breaking Technology to Revolutionise the Travel Experience  

Etihad Airways and Elenium, a leading provider of automation technology solutions, will together demonstrate how a newly developed voice activated self-service kiosk, bag drop and boarding gate facility will revolutionise the travel experience by taking facial recognition technology to new heights.

The demonstration will take place at Passenger Terminal EXPO (PTE) in London between 26 – 28 March.

Using cloud technology, artificial intelligence (AI), computer vision and natural human interfacing, Etihad Airways and Elenium will demonstrate how they will change the way consumers travel by showcasing the airport experience of the future.

Jorg Oppermann, VP HUB and Midfield Operations, Etihad Airways said: “With biometric installations increasing across airports globally, Etihad is recognising the growing demand to streamline not just the passenger verification process but to also decrease passenger queues and to increase operational efficiency.

“As a leading global airline, Etihad’s unique collaboration with Elenium will allow us to use their advanced technologies and expertise to cultivate new ideas for the aviation industry and foster the vision of future travel.”

A key area of cooperation involves the use of technologies from Elenium, Amazon Web Services (AWS), the cloud computing subsidiary of Amazon Inc, and Etihad Airways. Together at PTE, the three entities will demonstrate a test concept for a seamless travel experience across the entire customer journey from booking to arrival at the final destination.

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Passengers check-in to their flight and register their biometric data on their mobile device before arriving at the airport, reducing queues at the airport.

Using AI, new baggage-drop terminals scan and memorise each suitcase placed on the belt and assign it to the guest reservation, removing the need for tagged luggage.

Using biometrics, passengers are identified and offered a personalised duty-free shopping experience through a voice interactive display, catered to the individual’s interests and needs, and also utilising floor space efficiently.

Passengers will board their flight by walking through boarding channels which will automatically validate them without the need for a printed boarding pass – a faster, safer system.

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Mike Papamichael, VP Technology and Innovation, Etihad Airways said: “The technological vision and strategy is to make the guest journey a frictionless and digitally enabled experience across all channels and touch points at the airport.

“Etihad’s relationship with Elenium builds on this vision and along with our micro services strategy, allows us to co-create and develop innovative self-service and biometric solutions for greater flexibility and a seamless guest experience.”

Etihad Airways will also white label the Elenium Voyager App which features booking management, passenger check-in, passport validation, timatic auto check, facial biometric enrolment, payment wallet, itinerary management (hotel, transfer, car etc.) and companion functions.

Aaron Hornlimann, Elenium Automation’s Chief Executive Officer said: “Together with Etihad, we have imagined how artificial intelligence and cloud computing can be used to reinvent the passenger experience by using voice recognition and biometrics.

“Our vision is for passengers to simply walk through the airport unencumbered by the legacy of kiosk touch screens and the need to scan a boarding pass.”

The Manchester City Football Club Premier League Trophy will also be on display at the Etihad and Elenium stand on the first day of the Passenger Terminal Expo.

Etihad Airways will install the new self-service transfer kiosks in phases at the new Midfield Terminal in Abu Dhabi.

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Innovation: The Driving Force of Food Retail in India

Here’s how food retail has reached a definition beyond just the service and the food

Innovation: The Driving Force of Food Retail in India
Gaurav Dewan

Gaurav Dewan Contributor COO and Business Head, Travel Food Services

The word innovation, by definition, refers to a new idea or imagination in the form of a method or device. It is also often thought of as the application of feasible solutions for newer requirements or existing market needs. This is, however, not merely limited to products, and can be applied in the case of food retail, in areas of quality control, technology, consistency, efficiency, people, and even institutional changes.

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According to industry reports, food processing is one of the biggest sectors in India, in terms of production, consumption, export, and GDP growth. In fact, India has even overtaken China to become the most favourable market for retail expansion. Owing to a change in the consumer’s lifestyle and consumption patterns, the future of the F&B sector is definitely looking bright. And with support from the Government, food processing is expected to be a key factor in bridging the gap between demand and supply. However, the true test of the industry’s growth will solely depend on its ability to invest, organize and innovate, in order to deliver high-value products to customers.

And in the case of the food retail industry, innovation is now about designing an experience that’s remarkable and creates value to keep the discerning customer of today engaged. As a result of the insane growth of social media, and e-commerce, today’s shopper is much more critical and has very high expectations. As players in the food retail industry need to understand the role the buyer plays in our strategies for innovation. Great customer service, impressively quick responses, ease and flexibility, nifty tools, and a plethora of choices have contributed to the growth of the sector.  It would be safe to say then, that the increased use of technology and digital mediums has been a driving force behind innovation in the food retail sector. Many Indian players are making optimum use of new technologies to increase production, meet quality standards and increase profitability. And in return, the market has provided us with a lot of opportunities in recent times to facilitate the adoption of such technologies. Be it food exploration, reservations, discovery, delivery, and feedback, technology has infiltrated the sector like never before.

As a result, online food and grocery portals have gained popularity across the country, especially in metros, with Mumbai topping the charts, followed closely by Delhi and Kolkata.  And this has only brought about increased competition among companies and encouraged brick and mortar restaurants to go online and follow and omnichannel model of business. This omnichannel strategy focuses more than mere selling of products and services and engages the end buyer to empower them and create an unforgettable experience.

Food retail has reached a definition beyond just the service and the food. With more and more outlets opening to offer not just local cuisine but also the culture and vibrancy of the place, a 360-degree experience has become essential in the industry. Innovative ways to provide such experiences have been noticed in multiple outlets across airports. What they offer is a way to experience the city in a small pocket of the airport itself. This comes as a boon for travellers who use connected flights for their trips. Without having to step out of the convenience of airports, they are able to experience local culture and cuisine.

A big part of this experience is also the changing dining habits of consumers. The expectation of quick service has become a driving factor behind innovation in the food retail industry in India. To meet this demand, Quick Service Restaurants (QSR) has been set up at locations with high footfalls such as railway stations, airports and even national highways. This travel retail segment as it is known as has evolved from a cottage industry of sorts to a multi-billion dollar market, which is growing at unprecedented levels.

The New Concept

Another important innovation that has now made its way into the India Food Retail sector is the concept of lounges at prominent transport hubs. These lounges have a three-pronged benefit to the industry and its stakeholders. To consumers, the lounges offer a superior user experience and a feeling of being part of something special and unique. To the airports, the establishment of premium lounges such as the ones in Mumbai airport has led to a boost in their reputation and significant upside in their business. Lastly, to the airlines, what lounges offer is a way to create a sense of customer loyalty with their passengers and an opportunity to outsource such secondary parts of the business to specialists.

The organized food retail market has come a long way in India, be it with innovations in technology, newer business models or the demand for gourmet and organic products. And as we move forward, it is clear then that innovation will definitely be at the center of the growth of food retail in India.

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Biometric solutions for complete passenger experience to feature at Passenger Terminal EXPO

Several airport technology providers exhibiting at Passenger Terminal EXPO 2019 have made announcements in the lead-up to next week’s show in London.

Elenium and Eithad to showcase

Automation technology provider Elenium and UAE national airline Etihad Airways will demonstrate a newly developed voice-activated self-service kiosks, bag drop, and boarding gate facility powered by facial recognition at Passenger Terminal EXPO 2019.

The companies say their demonstration with AWS will show how cloud technology, artificial intelligence, computer vision, and natural human interfacing can change the way consumers travel. Their combined concept consists of a passenger check-in and biometric registration prior to arrival at the airport on the passenger’s mobile device, followed by AI baggage-drop terminals that remove the need for baggage tags, duty-free shopping experiences personalized with biometrics, customer service kiosks, and paperless flight boarding.

Etihad Airways is also white-labelling the Elenium Voyager App, which includes the facial biometric enrollment feature.

“Together with Etihad, we have imagined how artificial intelligence and cloud computing can be used to reinvent the passenger experience by using voice recognition and biometrics,” comments Elenium Automation CEO Aaron Hornlimann. “Our vision is for passengers to simply walk through the airport unencumbered by the legacy of kiosk touch screens and the need to scan a boarding pass.”

Amadeus acquires ICM

Travel technology company Amadeus has acquired ICM Airport Technics, which provides automation and self-service bag drop solutions and has been an early pioneer in using biometrics for baggage processing, to position itself for future growth. The deal allows it to offer a complete end-to-end solution so that airport customers do not have to coordinate several different technology suppliers.

ICM serves about 25 airports, according to the announcement, and provides either replacement or retrofitted auto bag drop units.

“Often the passenger experience in airports is not a good one: long queues to check bags in and disparate services and technologies that do not always speak to each other,” says Amadeus Head of Airport IT Bruno Spada. “In essence, airports are crying out for open self-service solutions to help take the friction and hassle out of the airport experience for passengers. By combining Amadeus’ and ICM’s software and hardware capabilities, by accelerating and introducing more self-service options, and by using the power of biometrics, this deal announced today will ensure that together we can deliver better journeys for passengers in the future.”

The terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Amadeus was identified as a key player in the smart airport space in a report from Market Research Engine last year and will be exhibiting at PTE 2019.

Collins to trial multi-country biometric system

Collins Aerospace plans to launch a trial with biometric point solutions in two different countries later this year, Passenger Terminal Today reports.

In a Q+A, the company’s Vice President of Airport Systems Chris Forrest also said Collins will soon begin a trial of a self-service baggage drop system with facial biometrics, and a trial for an end-to-end system including all main touchpoints in an outbound journey. Collins is currently participating in the biometric trial with JetBlue Airways at JFK in New York with CBP.

Collins’ ARINC Selfpass uses facial recognition for a single-token system spanning airport processes for a seamless passenger experience, Forrest says, and is designed to support CBP’s Biometric Entry/Exit mandate. The company is also planning trials for faster and simpler baggage processing, faster security checks, and paperless airline lounge access. Learn more at the company’s PTE 2019 booth.

Forrest says that a governing body needs to make recommendations and set standards for privacy, different biometric modalities, and identity documents to support the full-scale production roll-outs he sees happening in the relatively near future.

Panasonic is also demonstrating its One ID solution for fully automated curb-to-gate airport services powered by facial biometrics, which include check-in and immigration screening, robot assistants to provide directions to boarding gates, digital signage providing personalized flight information, and self-boarding gates.

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Global Airport Smart Baggage Handling Solutions Market 2019

Global Airport Smart Baggage Handling Solutions Market 2019: Growth Opportunities, Market Status grow at CAGR of 9.97% in 2019-2023

The global Airport Smart Baggage Handling Solutions Market report examines world’s main region market conditions, including the product price, capacity, profit, production, supply, demand, and market growth rate to assist businesses to find current & upcoming market opportunities and develop effective ways to optimise their market positions in the Transportation,Transportation Infrastructure sector. The report also contains a comprehensive market and prominent vendor’s landscape in addition to a SWOT analysis of the Top key vendors.

The report can be used by Business forecasters, industry consultants, Investment Adviser, Strategy Advisor also established as well as new entrants to live competitive positions in dynamic market situations. Our Industry expert’s project Airport Smart Baggage Handling Solutions market to grow at a CAGR of 9.97% during the period 2019-2023.

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About Airport Smart Baggage Handling Solutions Market:

The rising development of smart airports is one of the key drivers expected to trigger the market’s growth in the forthcoming years. There has been a significant evolution in airport operations from Airport 1.0 to Airport 2.0. The rising popularity of Airport 2.0 and growing investments for integrating technological advances in modern airport operations is leading to the emergence of smart airports. The deployment of smart airports will increase the efficiency and profitability of several stakeholders including airport operators, airlines, and passengers during volatile economic conditions. This will further create significant opportunities for the airport smart baggage handling solutions market to flourish in the next few years.

The emergence of robotic baggage handling systems is one of the key trends expected to gain traction in the market. Innovative technologies are being introduced at the airports because of the continuous advances in robotics and digital communications for enhancing the passenger travel experience. Vendors are increasingly integrating robotic technology for providing the most appropriate level of automation to airports, airlines, and handlers. Additionally, the introduction of fully-autonomous baggage-handling robots to automate the baggage process will further gain traction in the market. The airport smart baggage handling solutions market will grow at a CAGR of over 11% during the forecast period.

Key vendors operating in Airport Smart Baggage Handling Solutions market space are:

  • Daifuku Co. Ltd., Leonardo Società per azioni, Siemens AG, SITA, Vanderlande Industries B.V

Airport Smart Baggage Handling Solutions Market Trend, Challenge and Driver: –

Airport smart baggage handling solutions market segmentation based on products

  • Smart baggage and tracking devices
  • Smart baggage screening devices

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Consumer Landscape: –

The key to any successful business is understanding the new demands of the customers and keeping a close watch on the changing model of the client base. The more you engage with your client base, the clearer you are about the most productive ways in which to hook your ideal customer. Predicting what your customers want, even before they themselves know about it, is the first step to profitable innovation.

Geographical Segmentation of Airport Smart Baggage Handling Solutions Market: Europe, North America, Asia-Pacific, South America, Southeast Asia, Middle East and Africa.

Influencing Factors of Market:

  • Market Environment: Government Policies, Market Risks, Technological Changes,
  • Market Drivers: Progressing Demand, Cost Reduction, Market Opportunities, Limits, and Challenges.
  • Market Size: Global Size, by Type/Product Category, Applications/End Users, and By Regions/Geography.
  • Key Data: Market Size, Market Share, Product Sales Price, Growth, and Growth Rate.

This Airport Smart Baggage Handling Solutions market research is the result of

  1. Quantitative analysis: – Airport Smart Baggage Handling Solutions Market size and forecast, Market segmentation, Geographical insights, Competitive landscape.
  2. Qualitative analysis: – Airport Smart Baggage Handling Solutions Market drivers, Market challenges, Market trends, Five forces analysis.
  3. Primary research: –Airport Smart Baggage Handling Solutions Industry journals and periodicals, Government bodies, Annual reports of key stakeholders.
  4. Secondary research: – Airport Smart Baggage Handling Solutions Manufacturers/suppliers, Channel partners, Industry experts, Strategic decision makers.
  5. Data synthesis: – Collation of data, Estimation of key figures, Analysis of derived insights.
  6. Data validation: – Triangulation with data models, Reference against proprietary, databases, Corroboration with industry experts.
  7. Other Analyses:- Apart from The Aforementioned Information, Trade and Distribution Analysis for The Manufactured Housing Industry, SWOT Analysis for New Projects and Feasibility Analysis for New Investment Are Included.

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