Abdullah Alghadeir , Hasan Al-Sakran
The future vision of internet is to connect everything, such as connecting things like transportation networks, communication networks, etc. Each of the entities will be connected through a network framework that will let all channels interconnect and communicate with each other in an easy mode. This will further turn into a good source of motivation for integrating a more efficient transport system. By employing the proposed architecture in this research paper, the airports can be transformed into smart airports with the integration of Radio Frequency Identification( RFID) technology and Internet of Things (IoT) which will allow all concerned an immediate access to relevant information about various operations required by the travelers and employees and make use of the smart airport facilities. It will ensure better efficiency and effectiveness of all the operations of smart Airport services. As a result, departures, arrivals, luggage delivery and welcoming visitors - everything will be handled in a smart way with the help of proposed architecture. Smart airport technology will lead to many innovations in the aviation sector, which in turn will increase the efficiency and productivity of the entire airport management system. This architecture will provide personalized services and content to different travelers at the airport and makes sure that each and every traveler who enters the airport will get the ultimate customer experience and satisfaction.
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