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21 march

Representatives of High-Speed Rail Lines take part in Passenger Terminal Conference 2017

During the period from March 14 to March 16, representatives of the Department of New Technologies of High-Speed Rail Lines took part in the events of the Passenger Terminal Conference 2017 in Amsterdam. As part of the event, the presentation of modern technical and business solutions, digital technologies on the quality of passenger transport services, intermodal transport, information support, passenger safety management (access control, self-service, biometrics, and face recognition), wireless services, and passengers' navigation was given.

In particular, solutions were shown for the key technological trends of 2017 in the field of transport services for passengers at airports and large transport hubs.

  • Identification of passengers in controlled areas using cognitive facial recognition technologies, biometric data when moving around the airport and crossing the border, technologies for controlling the movement of passengers to restricted access areas, business halls, technologies for identification of passengers "in the flow," including for law enforcement purposes of the State.
  • Centralization of control systems for large airports and transport hubs for the purpose of managing increasing passenger traffic, eliminating the bottleneck effects at all stages of passenger and luggage movements, as well as eliminating the disruption of flight schedules.
  • Managing the flows of passengers and luggage using artificial intelligence technologies and analyzing "large" data is a tool of optimizing queues, reducing maintenance time, controlling passenger flows, increasing handling capacity.
  • Centralization of control systems for large airports and transport hubs for the purpose of managing increasing passenger traffic, eliminating the bottleneck effects at all stages of passenger and luggage movements, as well as eliminating the disruption of flight schedules.
  • Luggage management that is mass use of RFID tags for identification of luggage, switching to self-service devices for luggage handling, control of luggage movement on the route.
  • These technologies can be applied to varying degrees in large transport hubs of the designed high-speed rail line line Moscow-Kazan.

The exhibition and conference of the Passenger Terminal Conference & Expo 2017 brings together more than 5000 participants, 350 experts and 225 exhibition stands from more than 90 countries. The event is attended by top managers, airport and airline managers, architects, engineers, key decision-makers, suppliers and buyers from around the world to exchange ideas on the future development of the air transportation industry.


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