Dubai International was crowned the winner of the Technology Innovation of the Year category. This award recognizes specific technology innovations in the Middle East that have a direct impact on aviation operations
About Dubai International
Since it opened in 1960, passenger numbers have grown at an annual average growth rate of more than 13%.
We currently serve more than 88.2 million customers annually, connecting more than 240 destinations across six continents on more than 100 airlines.
With traffic is projected to surpass ninety million in 2018, DXB is a dynamic and fast-growing airport that truly connects the world.
Dubai Airports has launched a hi-tech system that monitors airport operations in real-time and visualizes traffic flows to support consistently smooth operations at one in all the world’s busiest airport.
realtime DXB, the bespoke cloud-based platform, gathers data generated by more than 50 operational systems, including those of Dubai Airports and its many service partners.
Keeping Operational Terms Aware
The system uses this information to keep all operational teams aware of not only the current scenarios but also developing situations anywhere from airfield to kerbside to anticipate challenges with pinpoint accuracy, facilitate greater collaboration between service partners, and enable quick decision-making.
The system currently focuses on situational awareness of the airfield, particularly around aircraft flow.
The key capabilities
The key capabilities of the system include monitoring and visualizing airfield activity including aircraft and vehicle movements, status of aircraft stands, flight data information, arrival, turnaround and departure processes, generation of alerts and performance analysis.
Dubai Airports is functioning on following part of the system which can focus on traveler and baggage flows among the terminals.
The use of real-time data and advanced good gates is already serving to enhance client expertise at DXB.
In Q1 of 2019, the airfield reduced client wait-times by half-hour as an immediate results of these systems.