How to leverage AI for airport facilities management

June 14, 2024
With the right facilities management software, airport facilities managers can monitor safety in real time, harness data for decision-making, automate and facilitate the inspecting and reporting of airport gates, perimeters, and other valuable assets, Fred Whipp writes for Airport Business.

FORT ATKINSON, Wis. - Efficient airport management in airport operations is extremely important as facilities managers strive to ensure all resources are allocated appropriately based on risk and need while maintaining smooth day-to-day operations. Gone are the days of sorting through piles of paperwork, and endless systems and softwares that delay actionable intelligence needed to drive increased efficiencies. As the complexity of managing airport facilities and operations increases alongside rising passenger traffic, safety and security concerns, and operational demands, the integration of innovative solutions to streamline operations becomes imperative, Fred Whipp writes for Airport BusinessContinue reading original article.

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14 June 2024 -Fred Whipp is the Vice President of Business Development at mpro5 , and writes that "digitized process management tools offer smart, dynamic cleaning and preventative maintenance planning to streamline operations for productivity gains, cost savings and continuous compliance. Imagine predictive maintenance for infrastructure and equipment, optimization of resource allocation and scheduling, and enhanced passenger experience all possible through digital transformation.

"Sensor-driven mobile workflows empower teams with real-time data and predictive analytics for improved decision-making. From parking and departure, to arrival and automated baggage handling systems for efficient luggage management, IoT can be applied to any stage of the passenger’s journey. When implemented correctly, integrated intelligent process management apps result in complex tasks being turned into simple and compliant automated workflows that measurably increase the quality and efficiency of operations."

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Jamie Whitney, Senior Editor
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