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By: Adobe     Published Date: Mar 21, 2017
For some travelers, purchasing a plane ticket or checking into a hotel can mean only one thing : the beginning of a long , laborious, and frustrating trip where they’re met by overeager staff, noisy hotel neighbors, and sick plane passengers.
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By: Capita     Published Date: Jun 25, 2019
ECG – Enterprise Connectivity Grading – is essential to the well-being of every organisation, but nothing less than critical for some. National Air Traffic Services (NATS), for example, which handles UK air traffic to the tune of 2.4 million flights and 250 million passengers every year, and which relies on Capita to ensure the connectivity that underpins those vital operations never misses a beat. Download the case study and learn more>>
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By: Amazon Web Services EMEA     Published Date: Apr 16, 2019
By placing the future of transportation in the cloud, governments can improve the performance of technology infrastructure and focus on delivering innovative services to citizens, without increasing costs. You can start that journey today. In this eBook, you will learn about: • Life-saving digital initiatives on US streets • Valuable data insights across UK airports • Scalable ticketing services for Turkey’s Istanbul Deniz Otobüsleri ferry passengers • Cost savings for Singapore’s Land Transport Agency • Scalable, secure innovation at speed
Tags : cloud computing, public sector, aws, healthcare, amazon web services
     Amazon Web Services EMEA
By: Infosys     Published Date: May 21, 2018
Commercial airplanes are expensive and complicated machines - which means two things. First, airlines have to get the best possible return from their investment by using them as much as possible. Long-haul flights can keep an airplane in the air for up to 20 hours every day, earning money for the airline with every passing minute. However, the planes makes no money on the ground, so airlines have to maintain and service the aircraft efficiently, and get it back in the air with a new payload of passengers as quickly as possible. Therefore, the MRO (Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul) is a critical and complex part of an airline's business and one of the key factors in making the business successful. Aircraft are the geese that lay golden eggs for the airline. So the airlines need to look after them.
Tags : airplane, passengers, payload, maintenance, repair, overhaul, business
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By: JBoss Developer     Published Date: Oct 21, 2016
Flytoget AS, a publicly owned transportation company in Norway, operates the airport express train between Oslo Airport and the city center. Each year, the company transports millions of passengers on its trains. To succeed in an increasingly competitive landscape, Flytoget decided to modernize its IT infrastructure with a cloud-based approach. Flytoget deployed Red Hat JBoss Fuse with 3scale API Management Platform to create a highly adaptable and reliable foundation for its modernization efforts. As a result, the company has achieved intelligent, integrated transportation services that will help it retain its market-leading role.
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By: NexGen     Published Date: Feb 09, 2015
Has your organization been dealing with storage latency and performance issues? With a population of nearly 10 million people, Los Angeles County is the most populous county in the United States. It's no surprise that with 1.5 million people taking public transportation every day to help ease some of LA County's infamous traffic, making sure passengers get where they're going is a monumental task. At the heart of it all is the organization's IT department. The LA Metro infrastructure consists of 600 servers, 500 of which are virtualized. When the city's IT team began receiving user complaints and experiencing performance issues with their Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) environment, they began looking for alternatives. Download the case study now and learn how replacing the city's existing storage solution helped solve a wide range of technical problems and eliminated unnecessary latency, ensuring all 1.5 million passengers got where they needed to be.
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By: Box     Published Date: Jan 16, 2015
Has your organization been dealing with storage latency and performance issues? With a population of nearly 10 million people, Los Angeles County is the most populous county in the United States. It's no surprise that with 1.5 million people taking public transportation every day to help ease some of LA County's infamous traffic, making sure passengers get where they're going is a monumental task. At the heart of it all is the organization's IT department. The LA Metro infrastructure consists of 600 servers, 500 of which are virtualized. When the city's IT team began receiving user complaints and experiencing performance issues with their Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) environment, they began looking for alternatives. Download the case study now and learn how replacing the city's existing storage solution helped solve a wide range of technical problems and eliminated unnecessary latency, ensuring all 1.5 million passengers got where they needed to be.
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     Box
By: Aimia     Published Date: Jun 26, 2014
On any given day, you can ask every passenger on any given airliner what fare they’ve paid, and you’re likely to get as many different answers as the number of passengers willing (and able) to tell you. This plethora of fares is a product of complex revenue management systems evolved by airlines to optimize seat revenues. But is the current system of management the revenue endgame? Or is there an opportunity to look beyond traditional accept-or-reject decisions to build a more customer-centric revenue management system — one that builds on new customer insights to drive management decisions and uncover new sources of revenue?
Tags : aimia, marketing, customer loyalty, branding, brand recognition, cpg, customer relationships
     Aimia
By: IBM     Published Date: Feb 11, 2015
Safety certification for avionics hardware and software is an expensive, complicated process, but absolutely necessary to ensure safe skies for commercial aircraft passengers and military jets flying in the national airspace. Now unmanned aircraft flight critical electronics will also have to meet these same safety requirements as the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) starts to open up the national airspace to unmanned aerial systems (UASs). While the rules are still being drawn up, embedded software and hardware designers are already looking at ways for UAS platform integrators to solve certification challenges and manage the process of compliance with safety certification standards such as DO-178B & C. This webcast of industry experts will discuss how to enable safety certification of UAS platforms through efficient and cost-effective solutions.
Tags : uas platforms, safety certification, avionics hardware, cost-effective solutions, certification challenges, it management, platforms
     IBM
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