ProjectFuture Airports

Future Airports

 

The mission with Future Airports as a Research and Innovation project powered by the Viktoria Institute is to develop best practices for sustainable door-to-door (D2D) passenger flows. This unique door-to-door perspective involves processes, from booking a trip to completing a journey. This includes synchronized multi-modal transports with different means of transportation as well as activities at airports. This is enabled by multi-organizational innovation related to one of the airports that has the toughest requirements on environmental sustainability in the world. Active collaboration, integrated and balanced performance, mobility management, digital solutions for coordination and management as well as digital solutions for the well-informed and well-prepared passenger becomes keys for success. The innovation efforts are to support Swedavia/Stockholm-Arlanda in their strive to achieve world-class status 2014 and to promote their environmental work as a successful model to meet future demands on global sustainability. The research effort is to develop knowledge and ICT-artifacts as sustainable innovations for airport practices. Deliverables from the project are Methods and Models for Active Collaboration, Forecasting and Simulation Models for Environmental Impact, Integrated Solutions, Management and Passenger Dashboard, Performance Management Systems and Tools for Process Optimization, Digital Services, Distributed Innovation, and Incitement Models. 

Future Airports is a Swedish research and innovation project (2010-2014) aiming at developing best practices for sustainable door-to-door (D2D) passenger flows. This collaborative endeavor between Viktoria Institute, Swedavia, Stockholm-Arlanda Airport, and the Swedish Transport Administration aim at developing scalable innovations and contribute to best practices. This unique door-to-door perspective involves processes, from booking a trip to completing a journey. The innovation efforts are to support Swedavia/Stockholm-Arlanda Airport in their strive to achieve world-class status 2014 (based on the highest passenger satisfaction level according to ASQ) and to promote their development as a successful model to meet future demands on global sustainability.

 

 

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