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Airport Show to highlight digital transformation of Smart Airports

Posted 1 February 2019 · Add Comment

The largest annual airport exhibition in the world, the Airport Show - being held at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Center (DICEC), 29 April 29 to 1 May - will be introducing some of the advanced technologies that are set to underpin the digital transformation of the next generation of Smart Airports.



Above: Last year's Airport Show.

Once again incorporating Airport Security Middle East and the ATC Forum, the Airport Show will bring together the most influential innovations that are shaping the design, features and day-to-day operations of the modern airport, with a key focus on innovative developments across air traffic control systems and airport security.

Exhibitors who have revolutionary technologies in air traffic control will be highlighted on the show floor and a new Innovation Hub will present a selection of innovators from across the globe who will be showcasing their breakthrough technologies set to change the future airport experience.

Also new this year is a Smart Airports Conference which will take place on day 1 of the show's Global Airport Leaders’ Forum (GALF), whilst the Live Seminar Stage will provide free attendance for all visitors, who will be CPD accredited for the first time.

 

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