It has been predicted that worldwide growth will be seen over the next five years in the airport information systems market, and this will be driven by an advancement in airport screening.
Research conducted by RnRMarketResearch shows that due to the investments made in the development and deployment of advanced high-tech screening systems, including biometric screening and authentication, the market is set to increase substantially.
Biometric advanced screening offers a cost-efficient, simple-to-introduce solution to greatly improve security, and can increase the efficiency of incident response, while maintaining lower operational costs.
Providers of biometric advanced screening and airport information systems, such as Rockwell Collins’ ARINC AIM, deliver a holistic approach to airport and facility security.
Technavio, leading market research reports providers, announced the top five AIS market providers that they expect will lead the way until the end of the decade.
Airport operators are coming under increasing pressure as systems become more advanced, and requirements and expectations rise. The global aviation industry is growing at a rate of more than 5% year-on-year in terms of passenger traffic, and systems integration is critical to ensure smooth and efficient airport operations.
Four of the top five providers are based in Europe, with just one, Rockwell Collins, based outside the EU.
Rockwell Collins, with its acquisition of ARINC three years ago, has gone from strength to strength in this sector of the industry with superior integration processes for airports across the world.
AviNet Airport is just one of its powerful solutions, giving operational agility to the airport environment and leveraging the proven AviNet network for seamless reliability in the messaging environment.