Cincinnati Airport's Use of BlipTrack Technology Helps TSA Staffing Meet Growing Passenger Demand

Cincinnati Airport's Use of BlipTrack Technology Helps TSA Staffing Meet Growing Passenger Demand

Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) with local Transportation Security Administration (TSA) collaboration is using live and empiric data to identify irregularities at the security checkpoint. Thanks to BlipTrack technology, created by Denmark-based BLIP Systems, this recently awarded Skytrax best world airport serving 5-10 million passengers is experiencing better resource utilization and smoother passenger processing. - September 25, 2017

Traffic Anomalies No Longer a Mystery in Denmark Thanks to Drivers Bluetooth Devices

Thanks to years of collecting traffic data, based on the movement of driver's mobile devices, Aarhus municipality in Denmark can now see the effects in road traffic of construction projects, roadwork, traffic accidents and faulty traffic lights. - May 03, 2017

New Zealand Air Show Traffic Flow Crisis Averted with BlipTrack Technology

Following the disastrous traffic congestion caused by unexpectedly high spectator numbers at the 2012 Royal New Zealand Air Force Air Show, organizers of the 2017 event knew they needed to avoid a repeat performance. Fortunately, BlipTrack technology was available to assist, ensuring far smooth traffic flow. - May 03, 2017

Sensors Take Flight at Birmingham Airport to Improve Passenger Experience & Planning

Birmingham Airport joins UK Airports Bristol, Edinburgh and Manchester by implementing BlipTrack queue management technology from BLIP Systems. The sensor-based solution helps the airport to improve resource planning and to ease travelers minds with accurate line wait times. - May 03, 2017

Bristol Airport Adopts BlipTrack Kerp-to-Gate Technology to Streamline Operations and Boost Traveler Experience

Bristol Airport, one of UK's fastest growing airports, is implementing a queue and flow management solution from Denmark-based BLIP Systems to help enhance the passenger experience and improve operational efficiency. The solution, called BlipTrack, measures passenger flow and dwell times, which enables the airport to understand how travelers move through and use the airport. - January 04, 2017

Road Users in Major Danish City Reap the Benefits of BlipTrack Bluetooth Monitoring

In the major city of Aarhus, Denmark, Road users are now reaping the fruits of Bluetooth monitoring from BLIP Systems, with shorter, more stable travel times, as well as benefiting from digital signs that help them make informed decisions. - December 06, 2016

Bangkok Expands BlipTrack Bluetooth Solution to Ease Traffic

Bangkok is expanding the BlipTrack queue and flow management to cover additional roads. The expansion will provide city engineers with travel times and congestion alerts, to ease traffic woes and provide drivers with real-time traffic information. - December 04, 2016

Brussels Airport Eases Travelers Minds with Accurate Wait Times Using BLIP Systems Sensor Technology

Brussels Airport joins a host of other leading international airports, who are displaying real-time wait times to ease travelers minds, using BlipTrack technology. - October 17, 2016

Major Amusement Parks Enhance Guest Experience with Sensor Technology

In an effort to help guests make the most out of their day, two major amusement parks in the UK and Denmark have installed BlipTrack to measure and predict wait times. The data enables the parks to boost guest experience with real-time wait times. - October 12, 2016

Edinburgh Airport's High-Tech Sensors Boost Passenger Experience with Live Wait Times

Scotland's leading airport has turned to BlipTrack’s technology and sensors to gather data about passenger queue and flow. The information enables the airport to streamline operations at security lines and to display real-time waiting times throughout the airport. - September 23, 2016

Netherlands Railways Leverages Sensor Technology to Improve Traveler Experience and Optimize Operations

The Netherlands' largest and busiest railway stations have turned to Bluetooth/Wi-Fi sensors for modelling traveler behavior for the purpose of efficient station re-design, optimizing operation and traveler experience, and improving revenue. - June 18, 2016

Smartphones Help Keflavik Airport Give Travelers a Better Travel Experience

Keflavik Airport uses Wi-Fi sensors to display wait times and optimize staff resources in real-time. - June 18, 2016

Genève Aéroport Cuts Wait Times by Half

With the help of Bluetooth/Wi-Fi sensors and best practice security checkpoint planning, Genève Aéroport (GVA) has been able to reduce waiting times by half, and increase satisfactory performance days more than five times. - June 18, 2016

Smart Traffic Sensors Help Alleviate Traffic Congestion in Switzerland

In the canton of Zürich, BlipTrack sensors measure and analyse travel times for strategic planning-tasks. The collected data is used to provide in-depth insights about changes in traffic patterns, identify time-critical route sections and reveal the competitiveness of the transport means. - June 18, 2016

Smart Mobility Solution Help Portsmouth Reduce Commuting Times

Sensors, utilizing Bluetooth and Wi-Fi technology, help the city of Portsmouth to monitor the road conditions. The solution measures the impact of road works and events, and maximize the effectiveness of diversion routes, to ensure optimal network operation. - June 18, 2016

Mobile Technology Helps Streamline Europe’s Busiest Passenger Port

The Port of Dover is turning to a raft of futuristic traffic sensors to keep billions of pounds of trade and millions of passengers on the move. - September 18, 2015

JFK Displays Actual Wait Times Using Beacons That Monitor Mobile Phones

New York’s busiest—and one of the world’s largest—airports is now displaying real-time wait times for major queues. The wait times are powered by beacons monitoring passenger mobile devices. - August 21, 2015

High-Tech Sensors Help Make Travel in New Zealand More Predictable

In New Zealand, traveling will be more predictable thanks to new high-tech sensors that collect and share live traffic information with people. - August 21, 2015

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