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Smart Airports of the Future

Posted 17 June 2019 · Add Comment

The 28th ACI Africa Accra Conference will be held from 12 to 18 October 2019 in Accra, Ghana.

 

Themed ‘Smart Airports of the Future, Are We Ready?’ the conference will cover a range of questions such as; can the rapid emergence of new technologies lead to a new way of considering these problems? Can the digital transformation at airports bring innovative solutions to the aforementioned problems and contribute to an enhanced passenger experience? And, can the use of new technologies and intelligent processes help reduce threats and improve the quality of service to passengers?

With the rapid development of air traffic, the conference will also highlight how African airports will face the challenges of capacity constraints, resources optimisation, and regulatory compliance to cope with increased terrorist threats and sustainable developments, amongst others.

 

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