Brussels Airport takes over data analyst Jetpack – News

Brussels Airport takes over data analyst Jetpack – News
Brussels Airport takes over data analyst Jetpack – News

Brussels Airport Company, the operator of Zaventem airport, has taken a majority stake in the Brussels company Jetpack, which specializes in data analysis and artificial intelligence.

The takeover should help the airport, among other things, to “offer more personalized services to its passengers,” she says in a press release.

Brussels Airport has been using data for some time to map passenger and baggage flows at the airport and use it to predict and anticipate waiting times, for example.

“To optimize our processes, we need to analyze large amounts of data in real time and make predictions based on the increased use of artificial intelligence,” said airport CEO Arnaud Feist in a press release. ‘With Jetpack we can accelerate our developments in this area.’

The takeover should help the airport, among other things, to ‘offer more personalized services to its passengers’, she says in a press release.Brussels Airport has been using data for some time to map passenger and baggage flows at the airport and use it to for example, to be able to predict and anticipate waiting times. “To optimize our processes, we need to analyze large amounts of data in real time and make predictions based on the increased use of artificial intelligence,” says airport CEO Arnaud Feist in a press release. ‘With Jetpack we can accelerate our developments in this area.’


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