1 Unlocking the potential of Airport Infrastructure Rob Watkins SITA Regional Vice President
2 Healthcheck 2010 ACI Conference Sept SITA All rights reserved.
3 Today s objectives Share our industry research and implications for Airport operations IT trends for Airlines 2010 IT trends for Airports 2009 Passenger Survey 2009 What is SITA s response and vision Opportunity for Africa 2010 ACI Conference Sept SITA All rights reserved.
4 Statistics 2010 ACI Conference Sept SITA All rights reserved.
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6 What do passengers want? 2010 ACI Conference Sept SITA All rights reserved.
7 Passengers are asking for improvements at the various steps in their journey Passengers are now asking for improvements at the security screening and passport control and airport dwelltime steps of the journey 57.8% of passengers (up by 18%) are ready to give confidential data to speed their way through airport terminals 2010 ACI Conference Sept SITA All rights reserved.
8 Passengers welcome the expansion of selfservice 2010 ACI Conference Sept SITA All rights reserved.
9 What do the airlines want? 2010 ACI Conference Sept SITA All rights reserved.
10 IT Priorities: Areas for investment Passenger operations & related services Low 44% 35% High Flight operations 37% 46% Aircraft operations 35% 41% Passenger security 33% 35% 82% Reducing cost of business operations is top priority in driving IT investments 2010 ACI Conference Sept SITA All rights reserved.
11 Passenger Operations & Self Service Check-In: Key element in self-service Multi Channel as reality 0% 100% Currently 50,7% 21,6% 19,5% 2.4% By ,9% 35,5% 19,9% 12,4% Agent Internet Kiosk Mobile phone 2010 ACI Conference Sept SITA All rights reserved.
12 What are the airports saying? 2010 ACI Conference Sept SITA All rights reserved.
13 Expected change in Airport IT investment in 2010 Decrease 14% Increase 45% Stay the same 41% ACI Conference Sept SITA All rights reserved.
14 Priorities in the IT investment decision Investment Areas Investment Drivers - Top Priorities: 1. Airport safety & security 73% 2. Customer service & satisfaction 69% 3. Reducing cost: 62% 4. Workforce productivity 54% Passenger processing & services 61% 28% 6% 6% Passenger security 56% 34% 8% Aircraft operations (managing schedules, flights, etc) 51% 42% 4% High Priority Medium Priority Business support functions, e.g. finance, HR 47% 38% 16% Low Priority No plans General IT infrastructure upgrades 44% 43% 12% Baggage processing & management 40% 36% 13% 11% ACI Conference Sept SITA All rights reserved.
15 Plans to change IT strategy as a result of current economic climate Invest in applications to improve organisational productivity/efficiency Invest in IT infrastructure consolidation (e.g. virtualisation) 67% 66% 32% 27% 7% Invest in solutions that lower enterprise costs 63% 35% Renegotiate IT supplier contracts 57% 40% 3% Rationalisation of IT suppliers 47% 49% 4% Defer individual IT projects Extend partnership with strategic IT supplier 45% 45% 46% 51% More 9% No change Less 4% IT outsourcing 37% 50% 13% Business process outsourcing 16% 80% 4% Invest in solutions with ROI of under 1 year 13% 77% 11% Reduce airport IT headcount 13% 77% 10% ACI Conference Sept SITA All rights reserved.
16 Trends with the most impact on organisation s IT&T infrastructure & systems over the next three years Electronic documents (aircraft maintenance, boarding passes) 52% 29% 20% Multi-stakeholder Collaborative Decision Making 50% 24% 26% Mobile device based services for staff 21% 50% 29% Mobile phone based services for passengers 29% 37% 35% Impact - 1st Travel biometric solutions IATA Fast Travel Programme (end-to-end self service) 24% 32% 41% 32% 35% 36% 2nd 3rd Off-airport processing of passengers/baggage 23% 40% 37% Automatic tracking/tracing of people/objects 26% 30% 44% ACI Conference Sept SITA All rights reserved.
17 Expectations to implement new self service functionality Kiosk for Check-in 63% 13% 14% 10% Self-scanning of passports/id documents at kiosk 32% 11% 15% 43% Print bag-tags at kiosks 17% 14% 20% 49% Common bag-drop locations (no agent) 12% 13% 23% 53% Automated boarding gates 8% 8% 26% 58% Kiosks for transfer self-service 11% 11% 17% 62% Kiosks to report lost baggage 5% 14% 17% 64% Kiosks for disruption management 6% 6% 10% 78% Already done By end of 2010 By end of 2012 No plans ACI Conference Sept SITA All rights reserved.
18 IT projects/services implemented/planned at airport Automated gate docking systems 29% 6% 9% 56% Ground & vehicle tracking systems 27% 13% 11% 49% Collaborative Decision Making (CDM) tools 15% 17% 19% 49% Receiving flight updates through AIDX (Aviation Information Data Exchange) message 14% 15% 28% 44% Digital PMR services 13% 6% 12% 69% WiMAX coverage for operations 11% 11% 27% 51% Foreign Object Debris (FOD) systems 11% 6% 16% 67% Already done By end of 2010 By end of 2012 No plans ACI Conference Sept SITA All rights reserved.
19 What s the outlook? "Computers in the future will weigh no more than 1.5 tons." (Popular Mechanics, forecasting advance of science, 1949.) "I think there's a world market for maybe five computers." (Thomas Watson, chairman of IBM, 1943.) "There is no reason why anyone would want to have a computer in their home." (Ken Olson, president, chairman and founder of Digital Equipment Corp, 1977.) "This 'telephone' has too many shortcomings to be seriously considered as a means of communication. The device is inherently of no value to us." (Western Union memo, 1876.) "640K ought to be enough for anybody." (Bill Gates of Microsoft, 1981.) 2010 ACI Conference Sept SITA All rights reserved.
20 We offer business solutions to the ATI Aeronautical Operations Border Security Aircraft Operations Ramp & GH Operations Communication & Infrastructure Baggage Operations Passengers Processing Airport Operations Transportation Security Cargo Operations Non-Aeronautical Operations Commercial Management 2010 ACI Conference Sept SITA All rights reserved.
21 Digital airport: effectiveness and connectivity Technology platform to enable process optimisation Delivering personal and context aware services Enabling mobility Integrated & Collaborative 2010 ACI Conference Sept SITA All rights reserved.
22 Biometric security solutions are maturing DOC VIS PRE CHK SEC OUT DEP IFS ARR PFA Biometric solutions apply throughout the passenger journey epassport Bag Drop Check In Self Service Self Boarding Biometric Visa Security Checkpoint Registered Travelers Automated Border Control AIRPORT KNOW HOW 2010 SITA proprietary ACI Conference and confidential Sept information SITA SITA All rights All rights reserved. reserved.
23 Workforce mobility is increasing efficiency and profitability Applications for SITA mobile middleware Ramp Operations Airport Security Check-in Baggage Handling MRO Current SITA live trial Passenger Check-in & Boarding with Mobile devices Allow us to deliver any service, anywhere Will become an engine for driving competitive advantage Sell more services to passengers, payment solution across the airport Queue busting & disruption management Sales tools culture change opportunity AIRPORT KNOW HOW SITA proprietary and confidential information. SITA 2010 All rights reserved ACI Conference Sept SITA All rights reserved.
24 Addresses a range of Business Intelligence applications for Airports, Airlines and Security Entities Passenger counts Passenger tracking for revenue maximisation Knowing when passengers are in the airport Dwell time analysis Flight demographics and purchasing habits Track time through security 2DBC validation Display mobile 2DBC contents to security staff for validation Duplicates, forgeries, right terminal, suitable timing Check embedded digital signature 2010 ACI Conference Sept SITA All rights reserved.
25 The Africa Airport Environment ACI Africa airports acknowledge the need to improve passenger processing, and reduce costs; Africa Airports have some differences, which are critical when developing a solution for this market: Airports manage an average of 1m pax pa Therefore a passenger processing solution needs to be cost effective; Less permanent resource at these airports to manage faults Therefore little opportunity to re-use supplier staff to manage faults etc; Inconsistent power supply Therefore the solution needs to have additional resiliency built-in; 2010 ACI Conference Sept SITA All rights reserved.
26 SITA Approach Based on ACI demand and airport feedback (from questionnaires received to date) SITA is adapting our core proposition to meet the uniqueness of the Africa market environment; SITA would welcome the opportunity to work with an airport to further develop For example, CUTE Africa solution will : Re-use existing platform and expertise Build on the existing SITA CUTE platform; Be customised for ACI Africa using SITA design experts Be fully supported to improve airports current service levels; Focus on value for money : Reducing infrastructure costs : By hosting infrastructure remotely (DUS data centre) Redesigning Service Model : Remote Service Management Skill local airport staff 2010 ACI Conference Sept SITA All rights reserved.
27 Summary Passenger processing remains as the top but value for money is critical for all airport stakeholders Maximize return on investment, with pre-positioning of new technology and reuse, and the integration of applications, to optimize running costs. Facilitating airline and wider stakeholder access to airport IT infrastructure will enable collaboration, commercial benefits and facilitate innovation ACI Conference Sept SITA All rights reserved.
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