Tag: AI

United now texts live radar maps and uses AI to keep travellers informed during weather delays

United now texts customers links to local, live radar maps during weather delays, as part of its effort to give travellers as much real-time information as possible about their trip, especially if things don't go as planned. For the past few years, the airline has used dedicated teams to write an...

AI’s 'transformative' role in commercial aviation

AI’s ‘transformative role’ in commercial aviation

Artificial intelligence is revolutionising advancements in technology, and experts believe it is poised to “transform” all areas of our lives. William Hallowell explores the potential of AI in commercial aviation as industry professionals hint at its ability to play a major role in the future of...

dnata showcases advanced robot to serve exquisite Asian cuisine at WTCE

dnata showcases advanced robot to serve exquisite Asian cuisine at WTCE

Visitors to dnata Catering & Retail’s stand at the World Travel Catering and Onboard Services Expo (WTCE) in Hamburg this week will be treated to some of the best dishes of Asian cuisine – all prepared by a cutting-edge cooking robot. Throughout the event on 28-30 May, the robot, which dn...

Qatar Airways showcases world’s first AI virtual cabin crew

Qatar Airways has broken new ground at ITB Berlin 2024 with the successful launch of its holographic virtual cabin crew, Sama 2.0. Qatar Airways is the world’s first airline to develop the Artificial Intelligence powered digital human cabin crew to assist its passengers in designing curated tra...

Data and AI ensure smoother processes for passengers at Brussels Airport

For the past five years, Brussels Airport was project leader of a European project to develop and optimise an Airport Operations Plan (AOP). The aim of an AOP is to use data to create predictability to improve processes and passenger experience at the airport. Based on data, the AOP allows for...

CAAi and SafeTeam evaluate transition to AI-run operations

CAA International (CAAi) has joined a consortium led by Spanish artificial intelligence (AI) specialists, Innaxis, to evaluate the human factors and safety considerations in the transition to digital assistants and AI-run aviation operations. The three-year SafeTeam project, funded by Hor...

Toronto Pearson International Airport to test AI security detection system

Liberty Defense Holdings Ltd., a leading technology provider of threat detection solutions for concealed weapons, has announced that it has signed an agreement with The Greater Toronto Airports Authority ("GTAA") to trial HEXWAVE at Toronto Pearson International Airport during the third quarter of 2...

Aviation industry trends for 2021

By Martin Schreiber, wiseleap 2020 was one of the worst years for the aviation industry due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Thankfully, this year is now behind us and we need to focus on how to revive our industry, what lessons have been learned, what trends we need to focus on to ensure pas...

Agoria launches first free online course by and for companies in Europe

Agoria launches first free online course by and for companies in Europe

Today technology federation Agoria launched a free online course on artificial intelligence for companies and employees. The “AI in Business” online course is the first of its kind in Europe. The launch took place at Brussels Airport, where Artificial Intelligence is used to make the passengers...

Finland’s airports will soon be run by AI

Finland’s airports will soon be run by AI

Last year, Finavia, the state-owned company that runs all of Finland’s 21 airports, commissioned Fourkind, a hands-on advisory company and Reaktor, a global hybrid agency, to take a closer look at the small airport of Kittilä in Lapland. The sight there was becoming alarmingly similar to major a...

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