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Airport Show to showcase innovative solutions for Smart Airports

Posted 22 March 2019 · Add Comment

The Airport Show - being held 29 April to 1 May at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Center (DICEC) - will be providing a new dedicated area for small companies to showcase their innovative solutions, called the Airport Innovation Hub, which is being supported by a Smart Airports Innovation Trail.



Above: The Smart Airports Innovation Trail.

Within the Airport Show, the Airport Innovation Hub is a new initiative providing a unique platform to connect newly launched innovations with entrepreneurs and buyers from around the world for projects in the Middle East and North Africa markets. The Airport Innovation Hub will feature some of the most innovative smart airport businesses and solutions, focused on next-generation technologies that are available commercially and scalable that can be immediately applied with the capacity of continuous upgrade to international industry standards.

The most intriguing smart innovations from exhibitors will be highlighted via the new Smart Airports Innovation Trail on the show floor, allowing visitors to test and experience these products, enjoy the impressive live-demos, view first-time products reveals and marvel in the inventions that will undoubtedly disrupt their sectors.

Once again incorporating Airport Security Middle East and the ATC Forum, the Airport Show is bringing together the prevailing 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.

Already a top priority for governments worldwide, airport security has the difficult task of maintaining its effectiveness without causing undue disruption to airport operations or inconvenience or distress to passengers, so solutions must be as quick, efficient and unobtrusive as possible.

The ATC Forum brings together over 1,000 professionals from across the global air traffic management industry to discuss the most important issues it currently faces. As technological advances offer new opportunities for more effective means of airspace management, the air traffic control sector is undergoing a significant amount of change within a short space of time.

Exhibitors who have revolutionary technologies in air traffic control will be highlighted on the show floor and the new Airport 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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