Airport Baggage group joins Airport A&I 2020

The Baggage Design, Automation & Innovation working group’s inaugural meeting will take place at Airport A&I 2020 on 3rd and 4th September. After establishing goals, deliverables, objectives and terms of reference the group will look at projects, solutions, shared standards and future technologies that collectively make baggage such an exciting part the airport of the future.

Baggage carousel at CMN airport

The working group will be lead by Kim Laursen (Head Innovation, Products and Solutions, Heathrow Airport) and colleagues from the ‘Innovation, Product and Solutions’ team. The aim was to create a forum where airports can share knowledge and data to improve operations and, because it’s held at Airport A&I, it’s a unique opportunity to consult with airlines, regulators and suppliers who will join specific discussions.

Take part in both Airport A&I 2020 on Thursday 3rd and Friday 4th September (including gala dinner on the 3rd September) and the Baggage Design, Automation & Innovation Working Group:

Register as a delegate at Airport A&I 2020
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Baggage Design, Automation & Innovation Working Group:

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