Keflavik International Airport expands use of Gentrack's Veovo Flow Management system

Monday 12 November 2018 | 11:48 CET | News
Keflavik International Airport in Iceland said it has decided to expand the Veovo Flow Management system provided by Gentrack of New Zealand throughout its compound. This system consists of sensors and deep learning algorithms to show how passengers move through and use the airport, enabling more informed operational and business decisions. It was initially implemented at check-in and security in 2016 to provide queuing time and occupancy figures to help meet service level agreements and alleviate overcrowding.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Gentrack
Countries: Iceland
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