TSA Mulls Proposal to End Security Screenings at Small Airports

TSA Mulls Proposal to End Security Screenings at Small Airports

The TSA is considering ending screening of passengers at smaller airports across the country to focus security efforts at the largest airports. CNN reported that the Transportation Security Administration is considering whether to end passenger screening at about 150 airports that serve...
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JLG Introduces ClearSky Fleet Management System

JLG Introduces ClearSky Fleet Management System

JLG Industries, Inc., an Oshkosh Corporation company and a global manufacturer of aerial work platforms and telehandlers, recently released its ClearSky fleet management telematics solution. ClearSky combines multi-year service plans and several hardware opti...
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Brisbane Airport extends technology partnership with SITA

Brisbane Airport extends technology partnership with SITA

Brisbane Airport has again selected SITA as its technology partner as the airport continues its growth and transformation plans. The new agreement will see SITA develop and extend the technology it provides for passenger, baggage and airport services to suppor...
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Can We Handle the Truth? Data Veracity in MRO

Can We Handle the Truth? Data Veracity in MRO

Getting access to data from aircraft, aligning the industry around data standards and providing data security are all essential to maximizing return on digital investments. There is a measurable gap between aerospace and defense (A&D) companies’ desire t...
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Facial Recognition Tech Can Recognize Masked Faces

Facial Recognition Tech Can Recognize Masked Faces

A new deep learning facial recognition technology has been unveiled recently. Jointly developed by Panasonic Business and the National University of Singapore, Face Server’s deep learning core engine is the industry’s most accurate yet, tests by the Nation...
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How Airlines Can Combat Rising Fuel Prices in a New Way

How Airlines Can Combat Rising Fuel Prices in a New Way

Airlines have addressed fluctuating fuel prices for many years, but there’s a big difference with this latest spike in fuel prices. Now, airlines can use Connected Aircraft technologies fueled by big data and advanced analytics to become more efficient m...
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Intelligent Airports Enabling the Future of Travel

Intelligent Airports Enabling the Future of Travel

As airports race to improve their technologies, many are currently implementing isolated solutions around intelligent airports, including Airport Operations Command Centers (AOCC), mobile-enabled passenger services, introducing “smart gates” and airport pe...
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EasyJet Rolls Out AI-Based Tool To Aid MRO Planning

EasyJet Rolls Out AI-Based Tool To Aid MRO Planning

Operational data about each aircraft in the fleet is extracted from EasyJet’s existing AMOS management software system and integrated into Aerogility’s system. Aerogility says the planners can then forecast when heavy maintenance must be scheduled, factori...
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Airport Security Systems Breaching – the Writing is on the Wall

Airport Security Systems Breaching – the Writing is on the Wall

The company found that the access to an airport security system can cost as little as $10. The threat research team discovered that the access rights were sold via a Russian Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) shop. Windows 2008 and 2012...
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Major Upgrade to Airport Security Checks

Major Upgrade to Airport Security Checks

A 3D millimeter wave scanner developed in China is marked as the most advanced security screening instrument in the nation. The device is a whole-body imaging device that uses a form of electromagnetic radiation to detect objects concealed beneath a person’...
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