IBM opens first Asia Pacific airport solutions lab in India

IBM has opened its Airport Solutions Lab in
New Delhi, the first center in the Asia Pacific region.

Co-located with IBM’s Research and India
Industry Solutions labs, the Airport Solutions Lab will be a center to showcase
IBM’s technology innovations and solutions for airports and airlines.

The Airport Solutions Lab will host
technical and subject matter experts who will help customers witness and
understand the various airport solutions that are offered by IBM. The lab will
enable customers to have access to solutions on energy management, asset
management, space management, airport operations management and security
management, among others. As a regional hub, the lab will cater to airports
across the entire Asia Pacific region. 

“Airports are fast becoming multi-modal
transportation hubs and centers for economic vitality across the globe. It is
important that airports embrace new technologies and infuse intelligence into
their systems to create a more responsive and agile operating and commercial
environment. IBM has put together its software, services, and research &
development capabilities to develop these novel solutions,” said Daniel
O’Connell, vice president, Distribution Sector, IBM Growth Markets.


IBM is a leading provider of airport
systems and services and works closely with airports across the world. In India
IBM is working with several airports to help them build sophisticated IT
environments, improve public services through greater customer insights, and
enhance operational efficiency.


“India has witnessed significant growth in
air travel and has built some of the finest airports in the world. The
establishment of this lab demonstrates IBM’s continued commitment to offer
world-class technologies to airports and airlines in the country and the entire
region. These solutions, along with IBM’s proven industry knowledge and
implementation capabilities, will help airports get unmatched value in their
efforts to enhance operational efficiency and customer services,” said P.
Indira Rani, vice president, Distribution Sector, IBM India/South

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