Artificial intelligence at airports. Technology & Law for Aviation Conference at Targi Kielce
Joanna Wieczorek, an expert in Aviation Law from Drone Alliance Europe, co-organiser of the Technology and Law for Aviation Conference, was the one to make the event held as a part of the Aviation Expo abound with issues important to the industry.
The conference began with a lecture on modern airports. - There are a lot of solutions, and innovations; the trick is to choose those that are sensible and intelligent - said Andrzej Gniadkowski from the "Polish Airports" State Enterprise, starting the Technology & Law for Aviation Conference at Targi Kielce.
As he explained, artificial intelligence supports airports’ work - a system uses cameras to "watch" people, collects data on their number and type of luggage, calculates the time needed to handle them, and arranges queues in such a way that the service is as efficient as possible.
During the Technology and Law for Aviation Conference, there were also talks about ground handling services and cargo. There were lectures on what fuel efficiency means in operational practice. The speakers addressed ecological SAF fuels and discussed whether it is a fashion or a necessity. Attention was also paid to modern approach to airspace management, including specialized applications and a paperless cockpit, as well as a synergistic combination of land and aviation technologies. There was also talk about pilot training.