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Making the Case for Data

Using Data Assets Enhances Airport Operations

By Nathan Sims and Wendy Hageman

Aviation has been a data-driven industry for many years, with more data being produced each day thanks to new sources like “internet of things” sensors and facilities management systems. For the past several decades, hundreds of data sets have been piling up, creating data proliferation. Today, emerging technologies like artificial intelligence, machine learning and augmented reality are empowering airports to thrive in the hypercompetitive air transportation industry and generate even more data. Yet, despite this abundance of data, there are still elements of airport operations and resiliency that can be improved through better data usage.

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