The company CINQ Technologies will attend as a sponsor and exhibitor at the Air Transport IT Summit, which takes place in Brussels, Belgium, between 18 and 20 June. The event, hosted by SITA (a multinational information technology company specialized in providing IT services to airlines), may join together large companies in the technology area, such as Oracle and Orange.
This year’s conference theme is grounded in the power of collaboration and will hold discussions with entrepreneurs and key persons linked to the airline industry about how is possible to improve this area that requires constant change and continuous search to offer a better, more secure and responsive service to the population. According to IATA (Air Transport Association), more than 3 billion passengers must travel by air in 2013, in 2015 this number is expected to reach 3.5 billion.
One month ago, during the Airport Infra Expo 2013, held in São Paulo, SITA presented a draft of the future airport, with news on boarding, biometric and eye recognition and self-service baggage dispatch. Define and work on improvements to the area is one of the facts that make events such as the Air Transport IT Summit so important.
The Air Transport IT Summit agenda is composed by round-table discussions and lectures with representatives of airlines and airport representatives – between them Luis Eduardo Ritzmann, CIO of Guarulhos airport. Mobile, big data and innovative solutions are among the topics to be discussed.
CINQ is one of the sponsors of the event and the only native Latin America Company. During the event CINQ presents its experience with the development of self-service systems (check-in), pricing systems airfares, mobile solutions for baggage tracking, field force, audit, immigration forms, applications, big data and test automation software. With 10 years’ experience in exporting software services, CINQ is regarded as SITA Preferred Partner since 2008.