The smart airports market is predicted to reach $13,481.17 million, with a CAGR registering at 5.61% by 2020.
Airport information display provider Flyte Systems announced the placement of two FlyteBoard displays in the lobby of the Hilton Arlington in Texas, as part of the hotel's multi-million dollar renovation.
Markets and Markets released an updated report on airport information systems in North America, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East and countries around the world
Global information technology resource WhaTech has released a market outlook report on North American self-service kiosks.
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport announced the release of its customs clearance program that will include self-service kiosks.
NCR Corp., a Georgia-based consumer technologies provider, announced the release of NCR Wayfinding, its latest software for airport kiosks and mobile devices.
San Jose (California) International Airport unveiled two new "global entry kiosks," as part of U.S. Customs and Borders expedited clearance program for pre-approved passengers.
Delta Airlines' Los Angeles airport hub has installed 10 passport kiosks at Terminal 5.
Halifax Stanfield International Airport has launched self-service baggage-drop kiosks.
Vancouver (Canada) International Airport entered into an agreement with Phoenix (Arizona) Sky Harbor International Airport in June 2014 for the sale of 12 self-service customs kiosks to the Arizona airport, according to a press release.
Detroit Metropolitan Airport recently installed 30 new Automated Passport Control kiosks for international travelers.
The Automated Passport Control Kiosk has been added to several airports around the country, among the latest, Detroit Metropolitan International Airport, which just installed 30 new APCs.
Customs waits in Boston may be a little shorter since Logan International Airport has deployed 30 self-service kiosks, according to the Boston Globe.
The Massachusetts Port Authority paid $2.1 million for the kiosks in an effort to ease congestion at U.S. Customs and Border Protection areas.
Today Malaysia Airlines will close its staff check-in counters and move to required self-service kiosks for all passengers flying out of Kuala Lumpur International Airport, according to Australian Business Traveller.
The new self-service kiosks will also include baggage handling and mobile apps for online check-in.
Self check-in kiosks have been launched in Malta International Airport as part of the airport's latest effort to improve customer service, according to Airport-Technology.com.
The new automated check-in kiosks include a touchscreen where travelers can print boarding passes, choose their own seats and drop off luggage.