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TAV Technologies took the full responsibility of the A-CDM implementation project of the Riga International Airport, Latvia (EU). The project was partially funded by the European Union and completed in collaboration with Euro Control. Within the scope of delivery, TAV Technologies provided the airport management system suite fully compatible with the CDM milestone approach, which comprises: Airport Collaborative Decision-Making portal (desktop & mobile version), AODB - Airport Operational Database, RMS - Resource Management System and IB - Information Broker systems.

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The sector has faced many crises during its life but when the COVID-19 crisis hit resulting in countries closing their borders, the whole aviation industry was affected. Travel restrictions, changes in passenger behaviors, and the economic recession meant a dramatic drop in demand for air travel. Minimizing the possibility of transmission within the airports and rebuilding the passengers’ confidence will be a collaborative effort of all aviation stakeholders.

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Airport facilities rely on many specialized systems to manage airport processes. TAV Technologies has vast experience in providing design and solutions; implementing and managing integrated communications & networking environments for organizations of all airport sizes. As monitoring the infrastructure and ensuring business continuity is vital in aviation, we build a secure and reliable network that matches airport business needs and operates the network, communication, and the information technologies infrastructure.

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The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in restrictions and suspension of flights globally. There are a lot of health and safety concerns and new approaches are needed to cope with the current situation that will reduce the health and economic implications. We are facing concerns for the organizational processes and procedures in particularly in the airports.

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The aviation sector has faced a sudden hold due to COVID-19 pandemic and getting ready to restart its operations. There will be changes to be made within the sector. Accurate and optimal use of airport, ground-handling, and airline resources is more valuable than ever. Therefore, there has never been a greater need for technology to improve the operational efficiency, safety and sustainability in the airports. This is only possible by using next-generation technologies within the airport infrastructure.

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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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