Maurice Jenkins, Director, Information Systems, Miami International Airport (MIA) talks about the new app MIA has developed to create a personalized experience for the passenger covering the entire airport and what the future holds. Click here for the entire article
Kayak is already great for exploring excellent flight deals, but the app recently made some upgrades to help travelers after they book flights, too. Their app now includes maps for 34 major airports in the U.S., including turn-by-turn directions. Click here to keep reading
If you’re lucky, an airport does one thing really well. Maybe it has painless security. Or robot assistants. Even just free Wi-Fi. Now imagine if every part of the experience was optimized for ultimate efficiency. We searched terminals around the world for the smartest innovations and mashed them all up into one. At this Frankenport, you might even want to show up early. Click here to keep reading.
SparkLabs venture has opened its Internet of Things accelerator program with 14 startups from six countries.
LocusLabs (San Francisco, Calif.)
LocusLabs provides the platform and tools that enable apps to be location-aware on a micro level. LocusLabs is going a level deeper than existing mapping solutions by not only mapping places, but also people, products, and things, using technology that scales. LocusLabs’ mission is to provide an easy-to-use platform that allows enterprises to manage and publish geospatial data to any device, while providing tools that make it possible for anyone to build and use geospatial applications. Click here to read more