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Displaying items by tag: Airports

Tensions rise between US mobile operators and the airline industry over the deployment of 5G in the C-band, requiring the White House to step in and negotiate a path forward.

Published in 5G

The Australian Government will put in place a new digital system to collect information from incoming travellers via their mobile devices or through a computer as it prepares for opening global travel once again.

Published in Technology Regulation

Self-service check in kiosks at Victoria’s Avalon Airport are now touchless with the installation of new technology by automation technologies vendor Elenium Automation, as the airport responds to the Covid 19 crisis.

Published in Health

Global payment and identity solutions company IDEMIA has announced an expansion of investment in its border processing capability platform in the Asia Pacific region, including expanding its teams in the Canberra and Sydney markets.

Published in Strategy

Business units are now the major drivers behind technology spend in Australia and New Zealand, causing business-wide integration challenges at unprecedented levels, according to a newly released study.

Published in Strategy

The Australian Labor Party has said it will wait to see the complete text of the Coalition Government's proposed law on increased identity checks at domestic airports before deciding whether to support it or not.

Published in Security

Airline passengers in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane faced check-in delays for about three hours this morning due to a software glitch.

Published in Business Software

Global defence industry technology company Northrop Grumman is investing $50 million to develop an advanced defence electronics maintenance and sustainment centre in Western Sydney.

Published in Strategy

A 19-year old man from Rockbank in Victoria has been charged over an incident in which he is alleged to have unlawfully interfered with air traffic control and endangering the safety of aircraft at two Victorian airports.

Published in Technology Regulation

Along with Samsung Galaxy Note7 phones being banned on flights in the US and internationally, so too are they banned in Australia, with Samsung manning phone swap service points at major Australian airports.

Published in Mobility

The Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) has extended its managed technology infrastructure services contract with ICT solutions company Data#3 for two years to June 2018.

Published in Deals
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 17:06

Perth Airport implements Amadeus cloud solution

IT solutions provider to the travel industry, Amadeus, has secured its first customer in Australia with a contract to implement its next-generation cloud-based ACUS solution.

Published in Enterprise Cloud

The Queensland University of Technology (QUT) says it is at the forefront of airport R&D, spearheading international research to make airport experiences safer and faster, at its purpose built Airport Innovation Research (AIR) lab.

Published in Development

Australian IT services firm The Frame Group has taken off with a three-year facilities management contract with Melbourne Airport.

Published in Deals

Facebook has issued a list of the 25 'most social' airports in the world. The correlation with official list of the world's busiest airports isn't as strong as you might expect, so what's going on?

Published in Core Dump

Following the release of our new internet plans in early September, many users now have access to faster Internet speeds and a more generous download limit then they previously had. Due to the popularity of the new access plans, SBDC has grown by a staggering 45% in one month.

Pure Hacking, the Australian experts in helping organisations protect their information assets, this week highlighted the globalisation of the Australian Aviation sector posed significant threats for system security. Developments in Information Warfare have dramatically increased the threat of the next generation of malware and industrial espionage performed by rogue employees within airlines and airports.

Monday, 15 November 2010 12:05

UK man in court defeat after threatening tweet

A UK citizen has failed in his attempt to appeal a conviction for sending a 'menacing' tweet via Twitter. The result comes after the court fined him £2500 and issued him with a criminal record back in May.

Published in Home Tech
Monday, 22 June 2009 08:11

Unisys bags $25 million airports contract

Unisys has inked a $25 million contract to continue providing a baggage reconciliation system for 44 international airlines operating from eight Australian international airports.




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