The Business Value of Digital Twins for Airport Operations

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Presented by members of the DTC Mobility and Transportation Working Group

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An airport ecosystem operates through an intricate web of interconnected systems, spanning business and operational systems. As the complexity has increased, resources are being drained and costs are skyrocketing. Traditional methods of optimizing individual systems are no longer adequate. Digital twins have been introduced into the ecosystem to improve operational efficiency and reduce waste. Today, digital twins are driving positive outcomes across business silos, from infrastructure management and terminal operations to regulatory compliance and fiscal management. In this webinar, our panel of airport operations experts and digital twin technologists will engage in a discussion on how digital twins are proving real-world value. They will look at areas such as airport master planning, airside operations, passenger experience, safety/security, and emergency response. What will be covered - An introduction to digital twins and decision intelligence - Key insights from a comprehensive survey of airport owner/operators and consultants - A system of systems approach to value creation Who should attend - Technologists and business executives in transportation and customer services industries, interested in taking their operational efficiency to the next level. - Technologists and business executives interested in learning more about digital twins, real-world implementations, and how they realize value. - Anyone interested in airport operations, transportation technology, digital transformation, or digital twins. Presented by Doug Migliori, Event Driven Systems (moderator) Isaac Benzaquen, Dassault Systèmes Kelly Watt, Digital Twin Consulting Mike LaFontaine Orange County Public Works/SNA Airport
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