Digitalization is imminent and wrapped in the artificial intelligence boom, the road to 100% automation is getting closer and closer.
And it is that, during 2021 and 2022, the growth and the boom in the mobilization of all economic sectors, produced the acceleration of a factor that seemed to be seen in the distance, but that undoubtedly, has come to stay.
In this way, we see that artificial intelligence covers each of the main economic environments, where the aeronautical and maritime sectors are not left out.
After two years of imminent growth, the aeronautical industry did not foresee the challenges it could face, and it is now where it is on the move to invest in new resources during recovery.
“Digitalization is seen as the key to meeting these challenges, as it offers greater scalability and flexibility,” said David Lavorel, CEO of SITA.
In this sense, the same report collected by SITA, states that airlines and airports worldwide will put in place the investment of IT resources, seeking to improve each of the processes in airport development.
As a result, airlines and airports are looking to reduce waiting times and improve the travel experience for passengers at every stage of their journey. This technology investment will also serve to create a key staffing mechanism, so that staff can be placed in higher attention assignments.
Today, we can see the speed with which airline and airport transit resources are increasingly relying on technological means to support their development.
Strengthening the technological foundations will therefore be the main focus for this year, which is undoubtedly the key to completing the digital transformation.