WSP will participate at Passenger Terminal Expo (PTE) 2020, March 31-April 2, in Paris, France —booth Z1.3170. More than 10,000 attendees and 400 speakers will come together at PTE, the world’s leading international airport conference and exhibition.
In addition to booth activities and discussions with clients, we will roll out think pieces that illustrate how WSP can help aviation clients embrace current challenges and meet their operational and environmental objectives. Article topics include:
- Positioning Edmonton International Airport for the Future
- From Silos to Integration at Taoyuan International Airport
- Decarbonizing Aviation from the Ground Up
Five members of our team will co-present with clients, addressing the type of thinking, planning and design that fosters agile airports.
How to use IoT technology to improve ACDM accuracy
Stream: Management & Operations
Frank Lin will co-present with Michael Chi-Jia Chen, General manager at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport on Tuesday, March 31, from 10:55 to 11:25. This session will present the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TIA) case study and how the team successfully designed the airport’s new IoT system.
Achieving zero-carbon operations by 2030 at regional airports
Stream: Environment & Sustainability
Andrew Marsh-Patrick will co-present with Mark Bailey, Director of airport planning and development, at Cardiff Airport, on Tuesday, March 31, from 16:00 to 16:30. This session will explore how to build renewable energy and low-carbon technology innovations into the airport masterplan.
The Future of Airports: a vision of 2040 and 2070
Stream: Future Airports
Gael Le Bris will co-present with Marc Houalla, Managing director of Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport, Groupe ADP, on Tuesday, March 31, from 17:00 to 17:30. This session will present some of the findings of the research initiative led by the Airport Think Tank of ENAC Alumni, involving a diverse taskforce of over 20 aviation thought leaders.
Stream: Airport Cities, Transport Connections & Regions
Julianna Moats will present on Wednesday, April 1 from 10:05 to 10:35.
This session will present the Green Way, a new rail link to Heathrow Airport that blends sustainable airport access with sustainable job and housing growth in the west of London, using new connectivity to spur transport-oriented development.
Making your asset management plan take flight
Stream: Facilities Maintenance & Management
Martin Gordon will co-present with Nick Jensen, Director, Asset management at Edmonton International Airport, on Thursday, April 2 from 12:55 to 13:25.
This session will address how Edmonton International Airport has recently established an asset management strategy and a systematic approach that employs risk, strategic, and service priority for investment planning. The program was nationally recognized at PEMAC’s 2019 annual convention.
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