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Honeywell to showcase its capabilities for airport solutions at The Airport Show

Posted 24 April 2019 · Add Comment

Honeywell will showcase Internet of Things (IoT) enabled airport solutions for smarter, safer and more secure airport operations at The Airport Show 2019.

 

The Company will also demonstrate advanced technologies that integrate terminal side and airside operations.

With continued growth in passenger numbers and increased air traffic, investment in the Middle East smart airport market is expected to reach $850 million by 2020, mainly spearheaded by Gulf countries*. Honeywell’s solutions help deliver improved levels of safety, security and efficiency, key components in driving smarter airports.

“With regional governments continuing to make investments in airports to be smarter, safer and more secure, the requirement for advanced technology solutions are more of a priority than ever. Honeywell deploys technologies that leverage IoT to achieve greater efficiency across all airport operations, to safely accommodate growing passenger numbers and to promote safety and on-time performance,” said Sonja Strand, vice president and general manager, Honeywell Global Airports Business.

“Honeywell has a long history of delivering advanced airport solutions in more than 500 airports across the globe. Our technologies focus on delivering efficiency in the terminal, and in the air; ensuring passenger security and comfort, increasing airfield productivity and delivering more efficient airport operations,” she added.

Sonja Strand, vice president and general manager, Honeywell Global Airports Business.

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