IoT News Roundup, Part One

Gentrack Group launches predictive collaboration platform for airport operations ••• Ericsson unveils IoT accelerator marketplace for IoT ecosystem ••• Haltian provides Lindström with multi-million-euro IoT solution ••• People Power IoT technology enables energy providers to offer smart-home initiatives ••• Kerlink to launch low-power IoT reference design ••• Vodafone, Mango partner on digital fitting rooms ••• Interagency report summarizes international efforts to standardize IoT cybersecurity.
By IOT Journal
Feb 22, 2018

The following are news announcements made during the past week:

PRESS RELEASE:

Gentrack Group Launches Predictive Collaboration Platform for Airport Operations

Gentrack Group (NZX/ASX: GTK), a leader in essential software for airports and utilities, have launched Veovo – a new brand for its airport group. Veovo combines the Airport 20/20 operations solution with the recently acquired BlipTrack guest predictability and Concessionaire Analyzer+ revenue maximisation solutions. This powerful fusion underpins Veovo's Predictive Collaboration Platform, delivering data-driven certainty to transform the airport ecosystem.

Airports are under pressure to deliver memorable and repeatable experiences for increasing guest numbers while navigating highly variable daily operations. The rise of connected automation presents new opportunities, but many of these innovations operate in silos and do not work alongside existing technologies. The result: airport operators need a new paradigm to proactively manage their operations, resources, systems, service providers and guests. Veovo is at the heart of that transformation.

"Airports need to innovate aggressively to cope with increased passenger numbers and dynamically adjust for the matrix of daily variables. At the same time, to engage passengers, many airports are looking to transform their role from transit terminus to guest destination. Like many other value chains, Airports are now able to access big data innovations which can help them optimise their entire operation," said Chris Warrington, General Manager of Veovo. "Veovo unlocks insights across the airport ecosystem - predicting the best path forward and quickly connecting all stakeholders and resources to respond brilliantly - no matter the situation."

Today, the Veovo platform is used by more than 110 airports and their stakeholders to plan, predict and perfect every interaction. As well as delivering value to other transport hubs, Veovo software is also proven to deliver brilliant theme park, resort, and retail guest experiences.

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