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Maja Mandzikashvili
How airports adopt to new health measures amid pandemic

As many countries and states are easing the restrictions on air travel, airlines are resuming their services and airports all around the world are getting ready to meet passengers under the new conditions. The majority of the borders within the European Union have been reopened, allowing the EU citizens, with certain exceptions, to start traveling again. If you decide to fly during the summer 2020, this is  what to expect after stepping thro...


Kristina Kirkliauskaite
Top 5 Phenomenal Robots in the Aviation

Have you ever felt lost at the airport? Or desperately searched for an information desk? It is always important to quickly get the necessary information at busy, large, and especially foreign airports. In this case, intelligent robots save the day. They can not only work non-stop without getting tired but also interact with customers and provide essential information. With machine bodies and bright touchscreen eyes, these intelligent robots are r...


Kristina Kirkliauskaite
How AI Speeds Up the Security Processes at Airports

It is a public fact that security is a very first priority at any airport in the world. With a tremendous rise of passengers, many security systems at airports are now supported by artificial intelligence (AI), which improves safety. Also, AI speeds up airport security by optimizing processes such as check-in, passport control, baggage screening and generally keeping up the complete safety at airports with smart security technologies. In this art...


Kristina Kirkliauskaite
5 skyrocketing space startups to watch in 2020

If every startup domain presents bright-minded and unique tech solutions to the business industry, one sector truly stands out as being out of this world: it is the domain of space startups. This field truly brings high-level technological ideas that skyrocket the business ecosystem. Satellites that collect data about the earth and beyond, 3D printed rockets, and AI-powered geospace technologies. It is not phrases from movies about the future, it...


AeroTime Team
Lufthansa Group joins fuel from sunlight and air project

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH Zurich) have found a way to make fuels from sunlight and air. Now, Lufthansa Group companies are joining the scientists to help prepare these technologies for production on an industrial scale in the future. ...


AeroTime Extra
TOP 5 Airbus plane designs inspired by animals

Airbus brands itself as an expert of biomimicry ‒ taking inspiration from nature by observing animals and trying to reapply some things they do in their engineering. While many of these projects are still in the development stage, below are five examples of aviation’s inspiration on nature. ...


AeroTime Team
Airbus makes 1st fully automatic vision-based take-off [Video]

Airbus performed the first fully automatic vision-based take-off using an Airbus Family test aircraft on January 16, 2020....


Rolls Royce acquires Siemens eAircraft
AeroTime Team
Rolls Royce acquires Siemens eAircraft

“We are at the dawn of the third era of aviation,” proclaims Rolls-Royce as it announces the acquisition of Siemens’ electric and hybrid-electric aerospace propulsion business, marking a clear step further into making greener engines....


AIR Convention
Humans need not apply: robots are taking over airports

Just a decade back a fully automated airport with no staff seemed something out of a science fiction movie. Today it is a reality. From Glasgow Airport’s trial with GLAdys, Shenzhen Airport’s oper...


Exclusive with Testia: when VR meets maintenance
Ina Hladyshava
Exclusive with Testia: when VR meets maintenance

Teddy Canadas, Chief Commercial Officer at Testia, presented to Ina Hladyshava from AeroTime the innovative solutions for maintenance that his company offers....