Orkun Altintas, Consulting Director and Shantanu Gangakhedkar, Consultant - Aerospace & Defense Practice at Frost & Sullivan
Airports must embrace the concept of total airport management (TAM) due to the growing need for passenger and baggage throughput and an enhanced passenger experience. TAM involves performance-based airport operations that enable the creation, agreement, and maintenance of the airport operational plan (AOP). It ensures fairness, mitigates conflicting interests between stakeholders and guarantees that everyone is working efficiently toward common goals.
Airport upgradation activities, the growing need for safety and security, the rising demand for reduced turnaround times, and the desire to increase non-aero revenue and offer an enhanced passenger experience will bolster airports’ decisions to deploy TAM. Contactless biometrics, connected infrastructure, Big Data, artificial intelligence (AI), 5G, and automation will be the core technologies taking the TAM concept forward.
This webinar on June 2 will feature Frost & Sullivan’s Orkun Altintas, Consulting Director, and Shantanu Gangakhedkar, Consultant, discussing growth challenges, why stakeholders are unwilling to share information, the high cost of deployment, heightened cyber risks at airports, and much more.
Attend this webinar to:
• Understand the scope of TAM includes the integration of business technology, operation technology, and information and communication.
• Gain an in-depth understanding of TAM’s key features, such as collaborative decision-making and how it supports impact analysis in real-time, provides a holistic approach, has key performance indicators (KPIs) at its core, integrates the entire airport and leverages modern technologies.
• Explore how TAM can be implemented across airports to enhance passenger and cargo throughput.
• Discuss case studies on how TAM is benefiting airports.