When it comes to LiDAR and the opportunities in travel, Elon Musk is wrongBy Sam Kamel
Oct 9, 2019
Airport Experience News
iFlow is currently available to select airport customers through an early adopter program with general availability expected early next year. Featuring a mix of sensors and machine learning algorithms, iinside says IFlow can provide curb-to-gate visibility of passengers or enable airports to focus on specific areas such as security, concessions, rideshare pickup and drop-off areas, and even restrooms.
iinside, the U.S. leader in indoor motion analytics for airports, and Infax, a leader in airport information systems and software solutions, today announced the installation of its LiDAR-based iQueue analytics service at Jackson-Medgar Wiley Evers International Airport. The solution will provide fully automated operational intelligence on passenger queuing at TSA security checkpoints and continuously inform travelers of expected wait-times.
Indianapolis Business Journal
Sam KamelCEO, iinside
Watch Sam Kamel, iinside's CEO, present the iinside "Launch Pitch" given at Phocuswright in Los Angeles.
Airports are investing in new solutions to improve the passenger journey, from biometrics to wayfinding to smart parking.
Hear Sam present our company’s vision for connected travel, using the data created from iinside’s motion analytics platform to provide for friction-free travel.
iinside was honored to be selected for the Launch, an elite group of travel technology companies bringing new ideas and innovation to market, adapting to new conditions and creating lasting value for all.
iinside is obsessed about the last kilometer at the airport.
A sensing technology known as LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) is being employed by specialist companies to analyze data on how passengers are using airports.
International Airport Review
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Smart Cities World
A LiDAR-based approach to monitoring passenger traffic at airports claims to be precise and more discreet than video technology
Conde Nast Traveler
The travel app TripIt will finally make it possible to know how long you’ll be waiting in that TSA line. Starting today, users of the $49-a-year TripIt Pro service will get alerts about security wait times as much as three hours ahead of departure. TripIt will also show users real-time status of security lines, through a partnership with a company called iinside that’s developed a line-monitoring system that’s “accurate about 98 to 99 percent of the time,”
Customer experience can be difficult to define, but easy to recognize when it’s missing. It’s become the holy grail that companies seek as a way to stand out from their competition. And for good reason.
Travel + Leisure
It’s now possible to know exactly how long you’re going to spend in airport security lines — before you even get to the airport.
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, known as America’s Friendliest Airport®, is using sophisticated technology from SITA.
iinside, a U.S. based software developer providing human flow intelligence for airport management, announced its partnership with Quanergy Systems, Inc., a LiDAR sensors and smart sensing solutions supplier, for offering airports advanced approach to monitor, analyses, predict and optimize passenger flows. Us.
Businesswire | April 03, 2019
iinside, the leader in motion analytics in airports and other large public spaces, today announced that it has been selected by the Indianapolis Airport Authority to install its solution for monitoring passenger queuing at the Indianapolis International Airport (IND) TSA security checkpoints. The airport is adopting iinside’s motion analytics platform in an effort to provide travelers with real-time updates on security checkpoint wait times and to enhance the overall passenger experience.
Businesswire | July 10, 2018