Enhancing passenger flows at busy YVR security checkpoint

Vancouver International Airport (YVR) has installed Xovis’ passenger flow management system (PFMS) at a busy security checkpoint.

Said to have been selected because of its high degree of accuracy and intuitive user interface, the Canadian airport reports that the new system was installed with limited disruptions to “the terminal space”.

“Our Digital Twin has transformed the way YVR operates and requires the highest quality, objective data to support our proactive decision-making processes,” said Tamara Vrooman, president and CEO of Vancouver International Airport.

“The system provided to us by Xovis allows us to capture real-time information at critical passenger processing points, as well as providing historical data which supports our future capacity planning.”

While Xovis’ chief product officer, Florian Eggenschwiler, noted: “Data-based simulations are nothing short of revolutionary for many industries and businesses.

“And as more companies look to harness the awesome potential of Digital Twins, the focus necessarily shifts to the quality of the underlying data. For precise real-time and historical data resistant to light distortions, airports look to Xovis.”

Vancouver International Airport handled 24.9 million passengers in 2023.

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