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VIDEO: Day three of the Airport Show, Dubai

Posted 8 May 2013 · 1 Comment

Presenters Abbi Henderson and Alan Peaford go for the world of airfield fire trucks to sophisticated new biometric security systems embedded into iPhones.

 Join them in seeing what the Airport Show had to offer on its final day.

1 Comment for VIDEO: Day three of the Airport Show, Dubai

Inderjit Singh

posted 1 year ago

Great exposure to the innovative ideas in the domain of airport safety and security. Brilliant explanatory support and commentary, as always, by Alan Peaford-- Proud to know you Alan!

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