At this years’ Passenger Terminal Expo, hosted in the Netherlands, Rockwell Collins has announced it will be showcasing its latest, expanding solutions and technology innovations portfolio, designed to streamline the entire passenger experience.
Through innovation and acquisition, Rockwell Collins has developed and deployed high-integrity solutions for aviation customers all over the world. Our solutions aim to answer the challenges that airport operators face from; passengers requiring greater control of their travel; government agencies increasing mandatory requirements, and passenger numbers growing by 5% year-on-year.
With more than 80 years in the aviation industry, and since the beginning of commercial aviation travel, we are uniquely positioned to deliver tailored, scalable airport solutions to help airports seamlessly manage passenger processing efficiently.
Exhibition highlights will include end-to-end solutions for global airports of any size:
- Next-generation, cloud-based solutions with the new cMUSE cloud-native, Common Use Passenger Processing System (CUPPS).
- Following the recent acquisition of Pulse.Aero, a complete line of self-service bag drop solutions is now being implemented at a number of new airports.
- A demonstration of the latest biometric-based identity management solution, and its integration with self-service bag drop.
- New airport contract announcements.
Rockwell Collins will be posting regular news on its website during the exhibition, in addition to Twitter feeds (@RockwellCollins), on Instagram, and on its Facebook fan page. A media briefing event will be hosted on Tuesday 14th March 2017 in the RAI Conference Centre, room D401.
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Tancredo Neves International, has implemented a Rockwell Collins’ ARINC vMUSE solution to improve airport passenger processing. The Common Use Passenger Processing Solution, will deliver an enhanced experience for travellers, and cost-optimisation for the airport.