Upping the ante on enhancing the customer experience at Dubai International (DXB), operator Dubai Airports has launched a high-tech system that monitors airport operations in real-time and visualizes traffic flows to support consistently smooth operations at the world’s busiest airport.
Dubai: Dubai Airports has launched a high-tech system that monitors airport operations in real-time and visualizes traffic flows to support consistently smooth operations at the world’s busiest airport.
realtimeDXB, a bespoke cloud-based platform, gathers data generated by more than 50 operational systems, including those of Dubai Airports and its many service partners.
It uses this information to keep all operational teams involved aware of not only the current scenarios but also developing situations anywhere from the airfield to kerbside to anticipate challenges more accurately, facilitate greater collaboration between service partners, and quick decision-making.
“As a system that makes key operational information visible in real-time to all service partners involved in the day-to-day running of the airport, realtimeDXB is a major step forward in our journey to develop common situational awareness. With the ability to measure operational efficiency, it provides us and our partners with enhanced decision-support tools to improve operations and manage disruption more effectively. This system will be instrumental in the implementation of new concepts of airport operations such as Airport Collaborative Decision Making (ACDM) and Total Airport Management,” said Damian Ellacott, vice-president of the Airport Operations Control Centre (AOCC), at Dubai Airports.
“DXB is the world’s busiest hub by international passenger volumes and we aspire to be also known as the best airport for customer service. One of the best ways to achieve that goal is to deliver a consistently smooth airport experience for the millions of customers that pass through our doors every day, and realtimeDXB helps us to do exactly that. In addition, by increasing the flow of traffic, the system essentially adds capacity to a hub that’s located in the middle of the city and does not have the luxury to keep expanding its physical infrastructure,” said Lloyd Gozzett, vice-president of Customer Success at Dubai Airports.
Dubai Airports is working on the next phase of the system which will focus on passenger and baggage flows within the terminals.