Anne Carnall, IATA, joins 2020 Airport A&I speaker line up

“Attitudes to testing and trialling have changed within many airports. With risks to safety and operational continuity managed, the controlled space of the airport is now being seen as an environment where technology can be developed to improve operational performance rather than simply redeploying technology from other sectors.”

Anne Carnall
Program Manager, NEXTT, Airport, Infrastructure and Fuel
IATA

Anne uses her engineering and airport planning background to promote collaboration, innovation and development of IATA and ACI’s integrated industry vision.

She previously designed and implemented baggage and passenger solutions at a number of airports including Hong Kong and Heathrow.  Upon joining IATA in 2015, Anne focused on passenger experience and the Fast Travel program.  She has been in the industry for over 20 years working on behalf of engineering consultancies, airports, investors and now airlines.

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