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How AI And Data Analytics are Changing Aviation
AI is reshaping the future of luggage travel. AI-enabled technology recognizes bags using rapid computer vision and artificial intelligence in a system that will significantly simplify the passenger journey.
Fremont, CA: Technology is drastically altering the way businesses interact with their customers, and the aviation industry is no exception. Data and its application are transforming airline operations from pre-flight to post-flight, including ticket purchase, seat selection, boarding, luggage, and ground transportation. The necessary data is collected along with the various components of a passenger's journey and helps organizations make informed decisions toward operational efficiency and improved customer experience.
What are the benefits of big data analytics?
AI in Travel
It may be tempting to view AI solely in terms of business, but it is critical to remember that improving the travel experience is at the heart of AI's potential in travel. From booking sites to boarding gates, artificial intelligence can be a powerful tool for identifying and resolving traveler pain points, as well as creating seamless experiences for both travelers and providers. Simply put, AI has the potential to make travel smarter.
Passenger flow is central to airport operations, and passenger analytics utilizes video as well as IoT to track passenger volume and movement through an airport. Airports can enhance queue management and manage checkpoint resources in real-time by implementing machine learning models to that data or predict peak footfall periods so that airport retailers can tailor their points of sale.
Smart Baggage Solutions
AI is reshaping the future of luggage travel. AI-enabled technology recognizes bags using rapid computer vision and artificial intelligence in a system that will significantly simplify the passenger journey. This helps airlines, airports, and baggage handling suppliers with the opportunity to save money while also saving the environment, with a read rate of 99.4 percent or higher and a significantly lower price per bag than RFID.