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Keeping passengers moving. Keeping operations flowing.

 

As the modern traveler evolves so too do airports.

There is a need for airports to adapt, innovate and envision how to meet the needs of an industry where passenger traffic will grow on average 5 percent per year for decades to come.

With a global presence at more than 170 airports, including half of the 20-highest rated in the world, a leading provider of self-serve solutions, and a reputation as a master communication network integrator, we understand the flow of an airport is the flow of an industry.


System Integrationthumb systems integration

No challenge is too complex. When airport systems share data and infrastructure, overall operations become more efficient and cost-effective. But smoothly integrating a diverse set of information, communications and other systems can be a complex challenge. We provide the expertise, industry knowledge and comprehensive services to build robust, flexible and reliable architectures.

  • Leverage existing investments with the best systems and technologies available.
  • Improve efficiency and cost-effectiveness through shared data and infrastructure.
  • Eliminate problems caused by disparate information sources and inoperable networks.

 

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Passenger Processing Solutionsthumb passenger processing

Mobile and cloud-based solutions to keep people moving. With the number of travelers increasing every year and changing security requirements, airport operators are constantly working to keep lines shorter and passengers moving smoothly - making passenger processing more crucial than ever.

  • Make check-in processes faster for passengers and staff.
  • Attract new airlines and routes through reduced service setup costs.
  • Make the most of IT resources and infrastructure to maximise your services.

 

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Passenger Facilitation Solutionsthumb passenger facilitation

BY 2020 it is the goal of the industry to have 80% of global passengers offered a complete range of relevant Self-Service options to provide better convenience and reduce queues. Rockwell Collins doesn't want to stop there. We drive innovation, developing solutions to make all airport travel seamless, enhancing security and making the airport journey as efficient as possible

  • Enhance security and improve efficiency throughout the journey.
  • Increase the effectiveness of security procedures and improve the passenger experience.
  • Simplify the process and offer a seamless journey through the airport.

 

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Airport Operation Solutionsthumb airport operations

Delivering enhanced business intelligence, In the aviation industry, airlines and airports work to provide a seamless travel experience for the passenger, intertwining their operations to be optimally efficient, cost-effective, safe and customer-friendly.

  • Improve the passenger experiences.
  • Optimise communications to drive your business forward.
  • Allow greater control of your operations through data analysis.

 

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Baggage Systemsthumb baggage systems

Seamless, efficient and cost effective. A vital part of passenger processing and integral to efficient airport operations, the right baggage handling solutions can make or break the flow of an airport. Offsite, curbside, at the counter or at the kiosk - it doesn't matter how you check-in, Rockwell Collins' ARINC baggage solutions lead the way.

  • Reduce check-in delays.
  • Improve efficiency and minimise operational peaks.
  • Maximise revenue, increase security and optimise resources.

 

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  • Airport News - Case Study - ARINC Airport Solutions at Indira Ghandi Airport

    January 2018 A new case study has landed in our ‘Resources’ section this week, looking at the ways in which the latest technology and ARINC airport solutions from Rockwell Collins are changing travel and enhancing efficiency to deliver improved customer satisfaction at India’s busiest airport. Indira Ghandi International Airport has been hailed as a symbol of India’s burgeoning progress as an econ...
  • Airport News - New Discussion - How Biometrics Fit into Airports of Today

    January 2018 The use of biometrics to improve and increase security in the modern airport environment is on the rise all over the world, and some of the largest airports and airlines are making moves towards a biometric airport through current trials. Global consumers are becoming more accustomed to the use of biometrics, with applications on smartphones and devices already familiar parts of daily...
  • Airport News - Follow Our Latest Discussion - All About Data

    January 2018 As the latest technology in airports continues to improve and change the way travellers move, offering greater efficiencies, increased operational productivity and revenue, and ultimately better passenger experience, operators are also gaining access to new data sources to be able to better understand passenger behaviours. Through the use of analytics, airport operators are realising...
  • Airport News - Case Study - Rockwell Collins’ Airport Solutions Transform Terminal Operations at Noi Bai

    December 2017 New Case Study for Rockwell Collins’ Airport Solutions at Noi Bai Airport We are pleased to announce the arrival of a new case study of the implementation of Rockwell Collins’ ARINC Airport solutions that have transformed Vietnam’s Noi-Bai International Airport operations, with improved security, faster, synchronised systems, enhanced passenger experience and a significant reduction...
  • Airport News - ARINC Passenger Processing Platform vMUSE Selected by the Maldives

    November 2017 It has been announced that the Maldives’ main international airports, Velana International (MLE) and Gan International (GAN), have implemented Rockwell Collins’ ARINC vMUSE Common Use Passenger Processing System to improve and increase the speed of check-in processes for passengers. Rockwell Collins’ ARINC vMUSE delivers greater flexibility for airports of all sizes, with an interope...
  • Airport News - Rockwell Collins Showcase Passenger Experience Solutions at APEX 2017

    September 2017 Rockwell Collins are to showcase its latest cabin and connectivity solutions to enhance passenger experience on two stands at this years’ Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX) expo held in Long Beach, California. This event will be the first that the company will feature both cabin connectivity and interior systems since it acquired B/E Aerospace earlier this year. Attende...
  • Airport News - Rockwell Collins Airports Team at FTE 2017

    September 2017 We were pleased to present our airports solutions on Stand C4 at FTE Global 2017, the 8th September 2017 at the Mandalay Resort, Las Vegas. It was a great opportunity to demonstrate how cloud technology will deliver next-generation speeds to systems deployment, and how global airports will benefit from our holistic approach to seamless airport integration. Our integrated airport sol...
  • Airport News - Rockwell Collins Airports at the ACI-NA Annual Conference

    September 2017 Rockwell Collins Airports were at Stand 617 on September 17-20th at this years’ ACI-NA Annual Conference and Exhibition held in Fort Worth. We were showcasing our range of airport systems and solutions to deliver enhanced efficiency, and how our cloud solutions allow airports and airline operators to deploy and maintain systems faster than ever. Our showcase included: cMUSE – cost-e...
  • Airport News - ARINC Border Management Solutions Selected by US Customs

    August 2017 It has been announced that US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has selected Rockwell Collins’ ARINC Border Management Solutions to supply worldwide Advance Passenger Information (API) and Passenger Name Record (PNR) data from airlines to provide enhanced border protection, control and management. The ARINC BMS will enable the CBP to enhance border security and passenger processing s...
  • Airport News - Rockwell Collins’ ARINC SelfDrop Trials at Bristol Airport

    July 2017 Passengers using Bristol Airport and easyJet this month can look forward to a streamlined check-in and baggage experience following the commencement of a trial of Rockwell Collins’ latest self-service baggage solution, ARINC SelfDrop. Twelve ARINC SelfDrop self-service kiosks and four bag drop counters have been located in the easyJet check-in area, and assistance will be provided if nec...
  • Airport News - Birmingham Airport Reduces Queues with Self Bag Drop

    July 2017 Birmingham Airport and its passengers are already enjoying reduced queues and improved passenger check-in with the implementation of Rockwell Collins’ Self Bag Drop solution. Chris Wilson, head of terminal operations at Birmingham Airport said, ‘The self-bag drop solution from Rockwell Collins is providing our passengers with the services they need to make their travel as easy and seamle...
  • Airport News - ARINC VeriPax Passenger Reconciliation Selected for Mexican Airports

    July 2017 It has been announced that Rockwell Collins’ ARINC VeriPax passenger reconciliation system has been selected for implementation in 13 Mexican airports by Grupo Aeroportuario del Centro Norte (OMA). Passengers travelling from Acapulco, Chihuahua, Culiacan, Durango, Cuidad Juarez, Reynosa and more, after August 2017, will be able to enjoy enhanced and streamlined passenger check-in and sec...
  • Airport News - Airport Solutions Implemented at Egypt’s El Nouzha Airport

    May 2017 Egypt’s El Nouzha Airport (Alexandria International) has implemented a range of Rockwell Collins’ ARINC Airports solutions as a part of its plan to overhaul passenger processing and airport operations systems. In addition, the airport is improving passenger experience with the implementation of CUPPS, and a smart baggage handling solution to improve reconciliation. The ARINC airport solut...
  • Airport News - vMUSE CUPPS Selected by Korea Airports Corporation

    May 2017 It has been announced that Korea Airports Corporation (KAC) has selected Rockwell Collins’ ARINC vMUSE™ common use passenger processing solution (CUPPS) for all 14 of its South Korean domestic airports. Enjoying a period of significant growth over the last five years, South Korea’s aviation industry has developed a requirement for the expansion of infrastructure to increase efficiency, op...
  • Airport News - Facial Recognition Now in Self Service Bag Drop

    March 2017 It has been announced that Rockwell Collins has expanded its biometric identity services with the integration of facial recognition technology into its self-service bag drop solution. The expanded solution will deliver a key stage in the passenger processing system for airports, which will not require airline DCS upgrades or changes, and, according to Tony Chapman, the senior director o...

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