Flow simulation solution integrates data from IoT sensors, illustrates information, and interprets those in real-time to add value to day‑to‑day operations.
Smartphones shape airports’ future, helping customers navigate terminals, check-in, and even display boarding passes, so knowing that, we designed an app to accelerate passenger thorough. The solution integrates data from IoT sensors, illustrates information, and interprets those in real-time to add value to day‑to‑day operations.
|Business need||IoT sensors diagram, interactive dashboard|
|Scope||design, UI/UX, interactive mockups|
The solution enables tracking human clusters in real-time by reading data from IoT sensors. The collected information helps to prevent overcrowding in the given area.
The system allows for a high-level view of the entire facility or hall and observing individual rooms.
The presented dashboard views allow observation of various parameters such as temperature, CO2 concentration, and humidity level in the halls or rooms. The dispatcher (admin) can read the number of people in a given area thanks to the LTE/4G/5G GSM receivers’ numbers logged into the network at that particular moment.
The administrator has at his disposal an easy-to-read dashboard that visually shows the actual state of the determined parameters. They include the number of LTE receivers, temperature, and CO2 concentration in the air.
The Passengers Flow solution best fits international-level airports that deal with many information and processes. The tool enables planning, managing, and controlling passengers flow within the airport.
With an information flow diagram accompanied by interactive dashboards, the user gets the tool to grasp the big picture of data with expandable details.
Providing IoT sensors data insights
Improving customer service and passengers flow
Reducing the cost of accommodating passenger growth
Passenger flow refers to the movement and transportation of individuals within a specific environment, typically in the context of transportation hubs like airports, train stations, or other crowded public spaces. It involves the analysis and management of the patterns, volumes, and behavior of people as they navigate through different areas, such as entrances, exits, security checkpoints, check-in counters, waiting areas, and boarding gates. Understanding and effectively managing passenger flow is essential for optimizing efficiency, safety, and overall experience within transportation facilities.
Airport simulation is the process of creating computer models or simulations that replicate the operations and activities within an airport environment. It involves using specialized software to mimic various components and processes, including passenger flow, aircraft movement, baggage handling, security procedures, and ground operations. By inputting relevant data and parameters, such as flight schedules, passenger profiles, airport layouts, and operational policies, the simulation software can generate realistic scenarios and provide insights into airport operations.
When choosing flow simulation software, consider several factors. Firstly, assess the software’s capabilities and features, ensuring it supports the specific type of flow simulation you require, such as steady-state or transient simulations, laminar or turbulent flow, or multiphase flow. Evaluate the software’s ease of use, user interface, and available technical support to ensure it aligns with your expertise and requirements. Compatibility with other software tools, such as computer-aided design (CAD) software, is also essential for seamless integration. Additionally, consider the cost, licensing options, and available computational resources, as well as the software’s reputation and track record in your industry or field of application.
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