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Keflavik International Airport uses Dynamic Forecasting to Navigate Pandemic Times

Keflavik International Airport uses Dynamic Forecasting to Navigate Pandemic Times In late-March 2020, Keflavik International Airport (KEF) saw an unprecedented and sudden drop in global air travel. The Covid-19 pandemic, coupled with fluctuating travel restrictions, evolving screening processes and spacing constraints, plunged airports into potential chaos. At KEF, a recently implemented dynamic forecasting solution´s unique…

Pandemic sets the stage for AI take-off at airports

Pandemic sets the stage for AI take-off at airports

Pandemic Sets the Stage for AI Take-off at Airports  By Siobhan Boyle, Marketing Manager Since the arrival of Covid-19, industry commentators have shared a common theme – businesses need to be more tech-smart and flexible, to face the challenging times ahead. For airports, this is nothing new. The digitisation of operations has long been on…

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Masking Accuracy: The New Facial Recognition Challenge for Airports

Masking Accuracy: The New Facial Recognition Challenge for Airports By Siobhan Boyle, Marketing Manager Mandatory mask-wearing is causing facial recognition problems, impacting passenger flow. How can airports keep travellers moving at safe distances, without reverting to manually counting heads? Masks are considered one of our best defences against the spread of COVID-19, including during air…

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Keflavik Airport First to Deploy AI-powered Passenger Forecasting

Keflavik Airport First to Deploy AI-powered Passenger Forecasting Veovo has launched its Live Passenger Forecasting capabilities to prevent airport crowding, improve capacity planning and boost operational efficiency. These capabilities will help build passenger confidence in the safety of air travel and accelerate the return to normal passenger levels. Keflavík Airport (KEF) is the first to…

Air Travel Volatility - Three Ways Airports Can Beat the Uncertainty

Air Travel Volatility – Three Ways Airports Can Beat the Uncertainty

Air Travel Volatility – Three Ways Airports Can Beat the Uncertainty By Siobhan Boyle, Marketing Manager Despite the International Air Transport Association (IATA) warning that passenger demand will not fully recover until 2024, flight data consolidator OAG is reporting green shoots of recovery. Travel lockdowns are easing in many regions, with over sixty airlines relaunching…