Practitioner’s Profile: Yohei Kakuda: From the Airfield to Behind the Scenes
As a child, Yohei always wanted to be a pilot, or be involved in aviation in some way. This led him to pursue a major in aviation operations. But throughout the years he found his interests growing, shifting to wanting to be a part of airport operations.Â
Practitioner’s Profile: Dia Wynn: Building Aviation’s Future with a Passion for People
Aviation provides many the opportunity to turn a passion into a career, a fact Dia Wynn knows well. Since childhood, Dia knew she'd wanted to be on the airfield. As her career grew, she saw more and more of the industry, learning the best practices from both the airfield and the offices. Now, as General Manager for Aviation at Veoci, she has another field to use her expertise in and the opportunity to change the way airports across the globe handle operations and foster an even stronger culture of safety across the industry.
Asset Management For Airports: The Movers, Shakers, and Motivators
A few weeks ago, we published a blog that dove into what asset management is for airports and the importance of having a solution. We promised a follow-up piece dedicated to exploring the different motivations decision makers might have, as well as the differences that must be acknowledged of airports ranging in size.Â
Asset Management For Airports: Not Just Numbers on a Spreadsheet
Airports that have implemented asset management solutions have turned their once reactive approach to a proactive one, saving time and money while increasing employee, customer, and passenger satisfaction.Â
Bringing Gate Management into the Digital Airport Operations Ecosystem
And as the world gets back up to speed, so too will airports and the traffic they once saw. As operations scale up, airports will need to pay more attention to gate management and explore solutions that make these operations more efficient.