Дата: 05-03-18 12:14
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TO REVOLUTIONISE BAGGAGE HANDLING OVER NEXT DECADE
The smart use of technologies such as artificial intelligence is expected to revolutionise the management of baggage over the next decade, promising to make lost luggage a thing of the past, according to a new report.
SITA’s Intelligent Tracking: A Baggage Management Revolution paper, published today, notes that more than 4.5 billion bags are handled by industry baggage systems each year but airlines and airports will have to cope with twice that number with passenger numbers set to double over the next 20 years.
This will be a tough ask of the industry, despite the huge inmprovement in its baggage handling performance over the last decade.
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The industry’s immediate focus is on implementing the International Air Transport Association’s Resolution 753.
Gutlin notes: “The bag tracking data that will be generated and collected under Resolution 753 will provide the air transport industry with a rich stream of data.
According to SITA, from an operations point of view, AI will allow airports and airlines to learn what baggage routes cause the most stress on their systems and what factors are most likely to cause them.
Already important progress in harnessing the power of AI has been made and the air transport community is learning from the experiences of the supply chain industry which is leading the way in implementing AI-led business models.
Gutlin predictas: “The digital transformation around baggage is already happening and our new paper discusses how harnessing AI will revolutionise our industry in the next decade.
Источник информации: Airport World
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