The digitisation of businesses, locations and usages has become a priority for companies everywhere. Yesterday complex, today hyper-connected: the airport platform is at the heart of new challenges in terms of mobility, network availability and high security levels. The implementation and operation of telecommunication services and networks constitute, in this regard, a key factor in boosting the appeal of these sites, which need to address at one and the same time the needs of the airline companies, the needs of consumer travellers, and the needs of the critical airport services.
In this context, Hub One, historic player in the airport world and leading telecoms carrier for airport zones in France, is looking to export its proven know-how in the design, operation and marketing of telecommunications, traceability and mobility networks and services to airports the world over. Hub One is therefore keen to make available its recognised know-how of the terminals' core network and provide advice and end-to-end support for site managers with their development projects, while adapting to the specific operational, economic, political and strategic characteristics of each airport.
At the International Passenger Terminal Expo & Conference, to take place from 10 -12 March 2015 in Paris, Porte de Versailles Hall 4, Hub One, the information and communication technologies service group for professional environments, will be alongside ADP (Aéroports de Paris), its parent company, on stand 5010.
Albane Roussot, International Development Manager at Hub One and expert on airport development, will be there to present the five Hub One solutions for infrastructure managers:
• Outsourcing of telecoms and IT networks and services
• WiFi hotspots & data flow management
• Digitisation of airport spaces
• Professional wireless and mobile services
• Consulting support for airport environments in all stages of the life cycle management of their IT and digitisation projects
Hub One Innovation Focus: Results analysis for the first 4G/LTE testing in a critical and professional environment in Europe
In 2014, Hub One and its partners conducted 4G/LTE* testing at Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport, on the basis of provisional 400 MHz and 700 MHz licences. This first experiment in real-life conditions in Europe demonstrated in particular that it was possible to migrate critical and professional usages to 4G/LTE, and made it possible to propose a profitable economic model based on the pooling of resources.
Soline Olszanski, Hub One Innovation & Strategy Director, will be sharing the conclusions of this testing in a lecture entitled: "Hub One analysis of the ultra-high-speed market and what 4G has to offer in the professional and critical airport environment" on Wednesday 11 March at 2:15 pm.
Bringing together more than 3500 visitors from over 90 countries, 160 exhibitors and 250 expert speakers, Passenger Terminal Expo is the key gathering of all stakeholders in the airport world.
Make a date to come along and meet the Hub One experts on stand 5010 of the ADP (Aéroports de Paris) Group, in Hall 4, Porte de Versailles, from 10 - 12 March 2015!
* This work and these tests were carried out over a period of five months in partnership with Air France and ADP, two manufacturer partners, on two distinct configurations, within complex and varied industrial environments.
PTE 2015: Hub One places its proven expertise at the disposal of airport platforms worldwide (pdf)