Pulse.Aero Limited, UK-based self-service bag drop and airline applications provider, has been acquired by Rockwell Collins in a deal that will see further expansion of its Information Management Services and enhancement of its airport and airline passenger processing offering.
Rockwell Collins and Pulse.Aero have collaborated on successful projects, such as the installation of self-bag drop kiosks at Dublin Airport, which have already reduced waiting time and increased passenger experience.
Find out more about the impact of Rockwell Collins’ solutions at Aer Lingus, operating out of Dublin Airport. Watch the video below.
Self-service bag drop and other passenger processing innovations are currently experiencing significant growth, due to the nature of the benefits they offer to both travellers and airport operators. Efficiency and speed of passenger processing is increasing, and passengers can take greater control of their journey, without being held up by queues, particularly at peak flow airport times.
“As passengers seek to take more control of their travel experience, this acquisition expands our portfolio of self-service passenger processing solutions, enabling us to streamline and simplify the passenger journey through a fully connected airport,” said Dave Nieuwsma, senior vice president, Information Management Services for Rockwell Collins.
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