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Issue 74 december 2021

Known for staying ahead of the curve when it comes to technology, Japan has incorporated new, exciting technology into its Kansai Airport: an autonomous security robot.

The security robot will autonomously navigate and patrol routes, use a laser sensor to identify its location, capture images with a built-in camera function and much more. In this issue, we speak to Secom, the company that developed the robot, to find out more.

We also profile Uber's expanded Uber Reserve at Airports service, offering travellers improved connectivity, efficiency, and safety. As well as this, we look at how Pittsburgh Airport has focused its attention on the post-pandemic future with a new, modernised terminal.

Elsewhere, we talk to IDEMIA about how the future of airport operations is morphing into a contactless, biometric-centric experience, and learn about how View inc has helped Memphis International Airport's modernisation programme with their recently installed smart windows.

For this, and more, read on. Don’t forget to follow us @Airport_Mag and let us know your thoughts on this issue.

Peter Nilson, editor