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1. SITA Appoints Ilya Gutlin as President - Air Travel Solutions
SITA has appointed Ilya Gutlin as President of its Air Travel Solutions division. Ilya will lead a global team in the development and delivery of products and services to SITAs 2,800 airline, airport and government customers. Part of this division includes hundreds of software developers located across the world who together design and support mission-critical systems for the worl
2. SITA Appoints Sumesh Patel as President - Asia Pacific
SITA has appointed Sumesh Patel as President - Asia Pacific. As a member of the Senior Leadership Team reporting directly to SlTAs CEO, Sumesh will be responsible for developing and driving the strategic direction for SITA in the region. Sumesh is based in Singapore and will take on the role in place of Ilya Gutlin, who will now assume the position of President for SITAs global A
3. Australia Upgrades Border Security with SITA Technology
Australias Department of Immigration and Border Protection (the Department) is now running automated checks on all passengers departing the country. The Outward Advance Passenger Processing (APP) program uses iBorders from SITA, technology which provides real-time, integration between the airlines systems and the Departments border management systems.
4. South Korean Passengers Love Tech But Not For Airline Trips
According to the findings of a 2016 Passenger IT Trends Survey by SITA, airline passengers in South Korea are less likely to use smartphones along their journey than passengers in other parts of the world - despite the fact that 98% carry a smartphone. The survey, which was conducted across international airports in South Korea and representing 93% of South Korean travelers - shows
5. AI to Revolutionize Baggage Management
The smart use of technologies such as artificial intelligence is expected to revolutionize the management of baggage over the next decade, promising to make mishandled bags an increasingly rare event for passengers globally. The paper notes that more than 4.5 billion bags are handled by industry baggage systems each year but airlines and airports will have to cope with twice that n
6. SITAs Smart Path Technology Uses Biometrics to Enhance Travel Experience
SITA has unveiled Smart Path, new technology that allows passengers to move through the airport and board the aircraft simply by presenting themselves for a biometric check. Once verified there is no need for the passenger to present a boarding pass, a passport or travel documents again.
7. Virgin Australia First to Use New Check-In Tech from SITA
SITA has launched new passenger services in collaboration Virgin Australia. The check-in services have been launched at the new domestic terminal at Perth Airport and include the worlds first single hardware common-use hybrid desks that can quickly switch from self-service bag drop mode to full-service traditional counters.
8. Melbourne Airport Evaluating Self-Boarding Gates
Melbourne Airport is looking for new ways to improve passenger services, and recently conducted a trial that included self-service boarding. Melbourne Airports passenger improvements are underpinned by SITAs common-use platform, which has successfully delivered self-service check-in kiosks and automated bag drop throughout the airport.

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