WSP will participate at Passenger Terminal Expo (PTE) 2019 March 26-28 in London, United Kingdom—booth 3045. More than 7,350 attendees and 375 speakers will come together at PTE, the world’s leading international airport conference and exhibition.
Visiting our booth will provide a timely opportunity for one-on-one discussions with clients regarding how we can help them be future ready. Outside of the booth, our think pieces illustrate how WSP can help aviation clients solve their current challenges and prepare for the impacts of change—to be Future Ready. Recent topics include:
The New Mobility Now Aviation Addendum
Airports Become Solid Citizens
Future of Airports
Four members of our team will co-present with clients, to address topics that fall under Future Ready.
Electrified Aviation – The Case for Preparing for New Aircraft
Stream: Airport Cities, Transport Connections & Regions
Adrienne Lindgren will co-present with Dana Perez, Facilities Planning Manager at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, on Tuesday, March 26 at 15:35. Using DFW as a case study, this session explores the implications of electric aircraft for airports, ranging from the introduction of drones to the implementation of large-scale passenger electric propulsion and hybrid vehicles.
The All-Electric Airport of The Future
Stream: Environment & Sustainability
Andrew Marsh-Patrick will co-present with James Shearman, Head of Sustainability at Bristol Airport, on Tuesday, March 26 at 16:05. The presentation will demonstrate how innovative and integrated use of energy storage, electric vehicles, heat pumps and e-taxiing can lead to near-zero-carbon airport operations. The presentation will demonstrate how innovative and integrated use of energy storage, electric vehicles, heat pumps and e-taxiing can lead to near-zero-carbon airport operations.
CDM@KLIA 2025+: Enhancing Airport Operations with APOC AND A-CDM
Stream: Management & Operations
Gaël Le Bris will co-present with Mohd Arif Jaafar, General Manager at Malaysia Airports Sepang, on Tuesday, March 26 at 17:05. Through the example of KLIA, it will explain how APOC and A-CDM can foster collaboration between the stakeholders and enhance operations management, and how these concepts can be successfully implemented through a step-by-step roadmap. Through the example of Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), the presentation will explain how APOC and A-CDM can foster collaboration between the stakeholders and enhance operations management, and how these concepts can be successfully implemented through a step-by-step roadmap.
Digital Transformation for Airport Asset Delivery
Stream: Facilities Maintenance & Management
Frank McLeod will co-present with Lewis Watts, Asset Information Manager at Gatwick Airport, on Thursday, March 28 at 12:55. Looking at the asset delivery lifecycle, the presentation considers how information management can be used from inception to realization to create predictability in delivery, de-risk the process and provide surety of outcome.
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