Digital transformation is no longer a buzzword. It’s no longer a choice. It’s a necessity for business success.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution, an era characterised by technology breakthroughs in fields like cyber-physical systems, data analytics, artificial intelligence, and the Internet of Things, isn’t coming - it’s already here.
Aviation was in many ways an early adopter of digital technology. Think about passenger service systems, baggage sorting systems and e-tickets. But now we need to go even further. With increasing pressures on yields, a high operating cost environment and more competition for passengers than ever before, the winners will be the ones who innovate.
At Aviation Festival Asia's 2018 edition in Singapore, Asia’s largest commercial airline & airport event with over 1,800 attendees, we sat down with some of the industry’s most forward-thinking digital innovators to talk about their digital innovation journey and where they think we are headed.
Now entering its 15th year, Aviation Festival Asia 2019 (27 - 28 February, Singapore) is Asia's largest airline leadership conference, gathering leaders from FSCs, LCCs and airports with a size of 150+ speakers, 1000+ delegates and total 2,000+ attendees. Want to join us? For sponsorship & exhibition enquiries, contact email@example.com or to explore speaking opportunities at the event, contact Louisa.Manning@terrapinn.com.
During a press conference presented 2019 first half-year results on September 4 Eric Trappier, Chairman and CEO of Dassault Aviation, has talked about an economy and geo-politcal uncertainty of the 20...