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Poot, Tess (author)
This project is a graduation project for the master programme Strategic Product Design in collaboration with Schiphol Group. The goal of the project was to find out how blockchain technology can help Schiphol Group to enhance the passenger experience. Blockchain is seen as a technology that will disrupt many industries. But why is this? The core...
master thesis 2017
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Borst, J.A.P. (author)
master thesis 2017
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Rozema, L.M. (author)
Given the observable characteristics of a passenger in an airport, is it possible to predict their behaviour? This thesis researches the possibilities for finding behavioural classes that can help predict passenger behaviour in a passenger demand forecast (PDF) system that is developed for the European PASSME project. The thesis introduces a...
master thesis 2017
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Rakhshandehroo, S. (author)
PASSME is a project funded by the European Union’s 2020 Horizon research and innovation program and it aims for fast airports and stress-free passenger journey. In order to achieve these goals, it has established ten work packages, each focusing on an element of the whole system. Work package 3 is concerning hand luggage and is managed by KLM...
master thesis 2016
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Van der Horst, E.W. (author)
Schiphol is growing. The growing number of aircrafts will lead to more handling services, like baggage handling, catering etc. These handling vehicles use the network system on airside. At the moment, no facts were presented about the performance of these network. Are there too many vehicles on airside? Or not? That is the focus of this research...
master thesis 2014
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