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With COVID-19 lockdowns beginning to ease, many standards and new functions of the airport will be automated in order to drive efficiency and minimize human contact. Passengers can expect new technologies and increased touchless check-in and security processing, symptoms screening, heat maps to maintain social distancing. Regulating passenger flow through the airport, ensuring social distancing during operations, avoiding crowds and the over occupancy of areas (check points, boarding, lounges and retail), while still leaving enough time for each passenger at the airport without pressure or risk of crowds, will become a key requirement for airports.

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Ground handling operations meet the many requirements of an airliner starting from arrival at the terminal gate to the time it departs on its next flight. Agility, efficiency, and precision are very important in ground handling operations in order to minimize the turnaround time. Within this scope, TAV Technologies Ground Handling Suite (GHS) aims to ensure improved efficiency for airport operations.

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Executives across all industries are reviewing business strategies and procedures to lead their business through and after the crisis. This will establish a new normal where operational cost efficiencies, health as a key element of a safe and secure journey from departure to arrival.

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In the last decade, air traffic has increased significantly creating challenges for security, passengers’ flow, baggage processing, ground operations and also for airport retailers. Airports are heavily investing in smart technologies and new applications to overcome these challenges to improve their efficiency, incomes and passenger travel experience. One of the biggest challenges for air travelers are the time spent at the check-in area, security and passport control. Every minute wasted in the queues could have been spent in the airport shopping, dining or entertainment area.

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