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Airport Kiosk

The global airport kiosks market was valued at US$ 248.7 Mn in 2014 and is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 16.1% from 2015 to 2022 reaching a value of US$ 8151 Mn in 2022.

The growing demand for self-service among the passengers is one of the major factors which is bolstering the growth of airport kiosks market worldwide. This is primarily supported by rising passenger traffic, which is encouraging airport passengers to increasingly look for various self-service solutions such as self-boarding, check-in, bag recovery, document scanning, and flight re-booking at the airports. Additionally, the market’s growth is accelerated by rising IT spending on airports because of increasing airport privatization.

The global airport kiosks market growth is currently restricted by the deepening penetration of innovative portable computing devices, such as smartphones, iPads, and tablets. These devices are providing more freedom to passengers to get the flight status on demand and flight booking with mobile check-in facilities. The key market players profiled in this report include NCR Corporation, IER SAS, Société Internationale de Télécommunications Aéronautiques (SITA), Toshiba Tec Corporation, Embross Group, Rockwell Collins Inc., Wincor Nixdorf International GmbH, MedinyX Corporation, Fujitsu Ltd., and KIOSK Information Systems.

The global airport kiosks market has been segmented on the basis of components, applications, and geographical regions. On the basis of components, the market is classified into hardware, software, and services with the hardware segment leading the market in 2014, followed by the services and software segments. Demand for the hardware segment is majorly supported by increasing airport construction around the globe, which is encouraging the deployment of various kinds of interactive kiosks by the airport operators.

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Chris Gilliland YVR on Passport Kiosks

Passport kiosks APC and more Self-service Industry Group (Selfservice.io) was fortunate to get some time with Christopher Gilliland who is the manager of Innovative Travel Solutions at Vancouver Airport Authority. Christopher Gilliland YVR has been the leading automated passport kiosk deployer for many years. For that matter airport terminals  have been the domain of Canada for many many years.… Read More »

Materna Self Bag Drop with brand new Kiosk Payment

Gatwick Airport is the first airport worldwide to introduce kiosk payment for self bag drop systems so as to simplify baggage check-in for its customers. Materna recently has been awarded the contract for this and will install 50 systems at Gatwick Airport starting in April 2015. Materna’s self bag drop system comes with an intuitive graphical user interface… Read More »

Airport Kiosks – BWI To Enable Some To Bypass Security

Airport Kiosk News Imagine a faster way to zip through airport security lines. One company has a new piece of technology that allows passengers to bypass security gates altogether. Source: baltimore.cbslocal.com More Information Airport Kiosk – FTE Trade Show In Vegas Storm Interface & Future Travel Experience (FTE) By Craig Keefner — See Storm’s entire range of Assistive… Read More »

Vancouver Airport installs BorderXpress Kiosks at Oakland

The passport control technology has been developed by Innovative Travel Solutions and is available at 24 international airports including, Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD) and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL). The technology also provides service in 26 different languages.Vancouver International Airport has introduced its BorderXpress automated passport kiosk solution at Oakland International Airport.

Source: www.internationalairportreview.com

Really like their designs. Vancouver has done a great job. The passport control technology has been developed by Innovative Travel Solutions and is available at 24 international airports including, Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD) and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL). The technology also provides service in 26 different languages.

U.S. Access Board Webinar: Accessible Airport Terminals

U.S. Access Board Webinar: Accessible Airport Terminals (June 7) For Airport Kiosk Accessibility Regulations, the next webinar in the U.S. Access Board’s free monthly series will take place June 7 from 2:30 – 4:00 (ET) and review accessibility requirements for airports under the ADA and other laws. The session will focus on areas of special concern, including passenger loading zones, self-service ticketing kiosks, security checkpoints, boarding… Read More »

SITA robotic check-in kiosks that can move

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Source: www.airport-world.com

On the eve of its annual Air Transport IT Summit in Brussels, SITA has unveiled KATE, an intelligent, robotic check-in kiosk that it believes will help reduce queues at airports.

 

Developed by SITA Lab, which explores the future of technology in air travel, it notes that KATE will autonomously move to busy or congested areas in the airport as needed, promising to relegate check-in queues to the past.

New self-service border kiosks launching at Ottawa

OTTAWA, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – March 17, 2017) – Canada Border Services Agency Today, the Honourable Ralph Goodale, Canada’s Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, and Mark Laroche, Ottawa International Airport Authority President and CEO, announced that Primary Inspection Kiosks will be operating at the Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport starting Monday, March 20, 2017. Minister Goodale also announced that… Read More »

Airport Kiosks – YVR’s & Glidepath deliver self-service bag drop system

YVR’s Innovative Travel Solutions and Glidepath deliver world’s most efficient self-service bag drop system CHECKITXPRESS system will improve the speed and ease of passenger and bag movement Richmond, B.C., May 18, 2018: Today, Vancouver International Airport’s (YVR) Innovative Travel Solutions (ITS) and Glidepath, one of the world’s leaders in airport baggage handling, celebrated the installation of the first CHECKITXPRESS self-bag drop unit at YVR.  CHECKITXPRESS… Read More »

Digital Signage Airport – in the Wild – Decaux

Airport Digital Signage Deployed Decaux in Dallas DFW Airport Nice shot of unit in DFW for Decaux Credit: this is a airport digital signage wayfinding kiosk designed and built by Olea Kiosks. Deployed many of them across DFW in 2016 and 2017. Related Links Olea Kiosks®, Inc. Expands Leadership Team to Include Sales and Strategic Focus Olea Kiosks… Read More »

Airport Kiosks – NCR Chosen for Dubai Airport

GlobalAtlanta is Atlanta’s International Business News Source.   Craig Keefner‘s insight: The 50 42-inch touchscreens installed in the Dubai airport also allow travelers to check the weather at their destinations or find information about local hotels or attractions. See on www.globalatlanta.com

Biometric Kiosk News — Security Screening Kiosks by CLEAR

Biometric Kiosk News From St. Louis Dispatch Feb 2020 — ST. LOUIS COUNTY — St. Louis Lambert International Airport on Monday launched its new biometric security screening alternative in Terminal 2 — the one housing Southwest Airlines’ operations. The new CLEAR biometric system, which identifies people via fingerprints and the iris of their eyes, is available to passengers who… Read More »

YVR’s Innovative Travel Solutions Cyprus Border Control kiosks for Entry and Exit

YVR’s Innovative Travel Solutions becomes first in Europe to provide permanent border control kiosks for Entry and Exit border control Cyprus airports install 74 BORDERXPRESS kiosks to enhance security, speed of service and improve experience for passengers Big news today for the airport industry with the installation of 74 BorderXpress kiosks at Pafos International Airport and Larnaka International Airport in Cyprus.… Read More »

Airport Kiosk – FTE Trade Show In Vegas

Storm Interface & Future Travel Experience (FTE) By Craig Keefner — See Storm’s entire range of Assistive Technology Products (ATP) and find out more about exciting new product launches scheduled for later this year. These ATP devices are ADA compliant and RNIB Accredited, designed to offer menu navigation by means of audible content description. They allow users with… Read More »

APC Kiosks expand in North America and the Caribbean

In the past week, Denver International Airport, Lynden Pindling International Airport in The Bahamas, and Queen Beatrix International Airport in Aruba have all announced they will join the ranks of the 25 North American airports currently offering expedited border control processing to international travelers via Automated Passport Control (APC) Kiosks. According to Acuity’s latest count, there are 737… Read More »

UBER Kiosks at Pearson International

On Twitter, Uber interface designer for airports and travel Jon Kantrowitz shared images of the kiosks and provided some details on how they work. Read more at MobileSyrup.com: Uber launches kiosks at Toronto Pearson Airport for phone-less ride-hailing Jon Kantrowitz @jkantro Designed and launched a thing: Uber rider kiosks at Toronto Pearson Airport! Shout out to our first riders, a… Read More »

Facial Recognition Kiosks Come To Vancouver International Airport CBP

Vancouver International Airport will be first in Canada to use NEXUS facial recognition kiosk technology. Innovative Travel Solutions announced today that their biometric kiosks have been configured to meet the requirements of the NEXUS program, a joint Canada Border Service Agency’s (CBSA) and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (U.S. CBP) operated Trusted Travellers program. BorderXpress NEXUS features ‘tap-and-go’… Read More »

Hawaiian Airports Launch New Check-In Kiosks with Self-Adhesive Bagtag Printers

Self-Adhesive Bagtag Printers For Airline Check-In Kiosks Read full article at Airport Improvement website Apr2020 — To accommodate the tags’ unique adhesive, Embross partnered with printer manufacturer Custom to add special rollers to its VelocityOne kiosks. Author: Mindy Hamlin Published in:  March 2020 The ticketing lobby at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL) on the island of Honolulu… Read More »

Automated Passport Kiosk Control: A Smarter Way to Travel Internationally

Automated Passport Kiosks Automated passport control is just one of the technologies airports are implementing to make international travel easier for passengers. Source: www.burnsmcdblog.com Recent News The New York Times  Your Face Is, or Will Be, Your Boarding Pass  Returning from Iceland to Chicago O’Hare International Airport in October, I approached the airport kiosk that normally scans your passport Yahoo… Read More »

Automated Border Control Kiosks – 71 Installations at 59 Airports, Cruise Terminals

Automated Border Control Kiosks Reach 71 Installations C. Maxine Most Principal, Acuity Market Intelligence Border authorities have embraced digital identification and biometric-based automation to simplify and accelerate border control processing. Acuity’s latest report on border control kiosks reveals that 71 installations deploying 2283 border control kiosks are active at 59 ports of entry across the globe. These include… Read More »

SITA provides 100 automated kiosks to three airports in Mexico

IT and telecommunication provider SITA has supplied 100 of its automated border control kiosks for installation in three major international…Rea

Source: www.airport-technology.com

Travellers from up to five SITA kiosks can be managed from just one immigration counter. The kiosks have reportedly reduced the time passengers spend in queues by as much as 40%.

Mexico Ministry of Communications and Transportation secretary general Gerardo Ruiz Esparza said: “The installation of these kiosks represents another example of the implementation of state-of-the-art technology in Mexico, aimed at preserving the safety of people and their goods, as well as facilitating activities related to aviation.

“Automating the entry of domestic and foreign passengers who do not require a visa is achieved by capturing biometric data (fingerprints, photography and scanning of the passport), which quadruples the capacity of passenger attention for each migration agent.”