PASSME Showcase Event in the media
On Tuesday 29 May, the PASSME Showcase Event took place at Schiphol Airport, organised because of the completion of PASSME after three years of research. Amongst others, researchers of the faculty of IDE were involved in this project. As a result of their findings and recommendations, there was a lot of media attention during the closing of the project.
Innovations on show included: a passenger demand forecast system, personalised passenger information system, PASSME Lounge area, way finding projections, PASSME security cart and process layout, smart luggage system, smart hand luggage guidance system and aircraft seat design.
These innovations can save sixty minutes of unwanted travel time for European air travellers, while at the same time improving their travel experience.
- Travelling by plane will be one hour shorter thanks to Duch research (Algemeen Dagblad)
- 'Adjustable aisles in aircraft' (De Telegraaf)
- Flight can be 33 minutes shorter by suitcase travelling separately (Het Parool)
(All Dutch items.)