We would all like to have a crystal ball. Knowing what the future will bring offers enormous added value, because we can then anticipate the challenges coming our way. At Brussels Airport they do have such a crystal ball, although we all know it better under a different name: data. These days you find data
The Airport Operations Plan (AOP) is a system that uses data to streamline all the airport’s processes. Huge amounts of data are meaningless on their own, but processed by applications such as the predictive module, the data can offer a great deal of insight to the staff at the Airport Operations Centre (APOC). To clearly
At Brussels Airport, they do everything to create a safe and secure environment for passengers and employees. So every day they’re looking for possibilities to further improve operations, while ensuring that the people who guarantee safe and secure operations can do their jobs in the best possible conditions. How do they do that? By making
In recent years, the digitalisation process has created a huge amount of data at Brussels Airport. The challenge is to handle all this data intelligently and to use it to improve the experience of both passengers and employees. That is how the Airport Operation Plan (AOP) came about: this plan gives airport employees clever insights into
The Airport Operations Plan (AOP) is a concept that was defined by the SESAR Joint Undertaking, a working group of the European Commission that is responsible for optimising European airspace. In order to support airports and air traffic controllers in the implementation of such initiatives to improve European aviation, they can apply for subsidies. In 2017
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