Title

Airport Information Systems"”Landside Management Information Systems

Author First name, Last name, Institution

Adam Marks
Kees Rietsema
Maytha AL-Ali

Document Type

Article

Source of Publication

Intelligent Information Management

Publication Date

4-24-2014

Abstract

Research on the intersection of the areas; of aviation and management information systems is sparse. Just as within other; economic sectors, members of the aviation sector must incorporate new and; existing technologies as they grow to maintain their competitive edge whether; in aircraft systems, airports or other aerospace and aviation related; industries. A proper classification is a prerequisite to systems alignment.; This paper reviews landside airport information management systems, and their; connections and interoperability with other systems and who the key airport; users are. The information presented in this paper is based on interviews and; data collection at a number of representative airports across the United; States. Airport size and function are key considerations in the acquisition of; information management system airside or land side. The implication is that; not all airports are equipped in the same manner and therefore these systems; can only be considered as representative of what exists "on the ground". This; paper represents a point of departure or a reference for those researchers; interested in a more indepth study of airport information systems on the; landside.

Volume

7

First Page

130

Last Page

138

Disciplines

Business | Computer Sciences

Indexed in Scopus

no

Open Access

no

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