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«Проект «Аэропорт будущего — идея реализации» ( секция — английский язык)»
Airport of the future — ideas of realization.
Made by: Zlydar Arina, a student of class 10 «A»
The project manager is: Kostyleva Marina Vyacheslavovna, English teacher
The purpose of this research work:
1. Consideration of the oldest airports in the world.
2. Study of existing ideas the implementation of the airport of the future.
3. Conducting a survey among peers on the subject of their knowledge of new technologies in the airports of the future.
4. Summarizing information and getting a conclusion.
- Analyze ideas about the implementation of new airports.
- Do you often visit airports?
- Do you know any new technologies in airports?
- What is aerotropolis?
- What is blockchain?
- Do you think biometric identification of passengers is used at airports?
- Do you know any airports or countries which using robotics?
- Was this survey difficult for you?
- Are you interested in the topic of new technologies at airports?
According to the pie charts, I can surely say that teenagers don’t know about:
- New technologies in airports;
- Using robotics in airports.
In my project, I revealed all interesting questions on my topic. Now I want to tell you about the most unknown topics among teenagers.
New technologies in airports
One of the most popular technologies of the future at airports can be called biometric identification of passengers.
The realization of the «face as passport» concept is able to speed up these processes and increase the capacity of airports.
The introduction of biometric identification of passengers is gradually underway in Europe.
There are interesting perspectives for the use of blockchain technology at airports.
In the summer of 2018, Brussels Airport launched the Freight Management App, a blockchain application designed to track the movement of cargo at every stage of delivery.
Using robotics in airports.
Robotics is also one of the technologies that are beginning to find wide application at the airport.
Such a robot, developed by SITA, is being tested by the airport in Geneva.
Automated check-in counters and baggage belts, passport control with facial recognition technologies are available to passengers.
The development of airports is driven by economic and social reasons, and its infrastructure presents ample opportunities for multifunctional development.
As world experience shows, the largest air hubs are becoming quite independent centres of economic and social activity, providing support to the largest cities and the surrounding region.
Thanks for your attention!