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Muller, E.J. (author)
For Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AAS) to become preferred airport in Europe, Schiphol Group constantly invests in innovation. Dynamic Branding, the topic of this graduation project, is one such innovation. It entails the exploration of means for airlines to identify themselves in a common-use check-in area in 2015. Common-use check-in implies...
master thesis 2010
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Pieters, S.R. (author)
Schiphol, the main airport of the Netherlands, wants to be Europe’s preferred cargo airport. To reach this status, Schiphol has to offer a good infrastructure and high quality processes. Schiphol has no active role in these processes, but is dependent on third parties. Schiphol suffers from inefficiencies in the air cargo supply chain. A symptom...
master thesis 2014
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Delsen, J.G. (author)
Runway capacity of a complex runways system can be limited by several factors. Currently, the runway usage at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AAS) is described by a preference list established by multiple stakeholders. It makes an important trade-off between minimizing noise exposure to the environment and maximizing capacity. The existing model...
master thesis 2016
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De Vries, N.A. (author)
Around the railway station of Schiphol, railway traffic is controlled by an automated dynamic traffic management system (DVM). This system is not optimal for the future service pattern of NS and NS Hispeed. My research explores the possibilities of a new DVM by analysing different rescheduling elements by means of microsimulations in OpenTrack.
master thesis 2014
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Van Remoortere, C.J.G. (author)
Schiphol staat binnen Europa op een vierde plaats bij het aantal verwerkte passagiersen vliegbewegingen. Om deze positie in de toekomst te handhaven en tegemoet te komen aan de vervoervraag zijn ontwikkelingsplannen op korte, middellange en lange termijn opgesteld. De plannen op korte en middellange termijn bestaan uit twee soorten plannen. Deze...
master thesis 2000
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Nobel, N.C.X. (author)
Electric cars currently receive much attention. Schiphol Group considers the uptake of electric cars an interesting solution to decrease transport related emissions around the airport. This research considers four different passenger transport services within the Amsterdam Airport Corridor. To assess the economic and environmental potential of...
master thesis 2011
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Vincent, R. (author)
Design of a boarding vision, process and implementation roadmap for KLM at Schiphol airport, after implementation of central security non-Schengen.
master thesis 2013
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Noordzij, C. (author)
Problem description Schiphol is experiencing a growth in the amount of passengers travelling via the airport. In 2011, 50,9 million passenger made use of Schiphol airport. In 2025 this is expected to be 70 million passengers. This will become a terminal capacity problem for Schiphol. Not only in the long term capacity problems exist, but already...
master thesis 2012
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Bourguignon, V.A. (author)
In 2011, Schiphol introduced the self-service passport control (SSPC), which now functions as an alternative for the traditional passport control (TPC) at four different locations within the airport. Travellers thus have to make an obligatory choice between the two types of services. At the Schengen/non-Schengen border between Lounge 1 and...
master thesis 2015
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Sillekens, P.J.A. (author)
KLM and Schiphol Group have requested an investigation into the impact of EGTS on the entire airport operations. Previous research into this technology has shown that the potential benefits for airlines, airports and society are decreased noise and emissions, fuel savings, and autonomous pushback possibilities that allow for greater versatility...
master thesis 2015
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Mohar, Hana (author)
The thesis explores the site of Niuewe Meer in the context of the near future of 2050. The research deals with the new urban phenomena of airport cities - their urban qualities and the issues they pose for development of expanding city borders. On the case of a new passenger driven typology - the airport hospital, it investigates how future...
master thesis 2018
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Schuppener, K.M. (author)
Amsterdam Aiport Schiphol (AAS) has the ambition of becoming Europe's cargo preferred airport. However, in addition to facing spare capacity for future growth, past research has shown key issues preventing it from reaching this goal. Some of these are truck waiting times, long throughput times and 1st line warehouse efficiency. One of the...
master thesis 2016
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Van Kersbergen, D.J. (author)
The Schiphol Interchange Station is part of a masterplan developed for the Haarlemmerliede area near Haarlem, the Netherlands. The masterplan is based on the ‘Randstad 2040’ vision from the government that foresees an expansion of Haarlem towards the east. Transit oriented development has been chosen as the main driver for the masterplan. By...
master thesis 2011
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Veerman, M.T. (author)
De belangrijkste opgave voor deze afstudeeropdracht was het zoeken naar een oplossing om Terminal 1 en 2 (1 gebouw) klaar te maken voor de toekomst. Een groei naar 80 miljoen reizigers binnen de bestaande terminals is voor Schiphol zeer wenselijk. Mijn oplossing voor deze opgave richtte zich met name op het onderscheiden van stromen mensen en,...
master thesis 2004
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Glastra-van Loon, P. (author)
A new pier and terminal at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport provides the opportunity for Schiphol Group to review aspects of design at the current terminal and innovate. One of these aspects is information & wayfinding (I&W). Wayfinding is closely related to the overall satisfaction of passengers at the airport, and therefore an essential part of...
master thesis 2017
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Gramberg, B.P. (author)
This report describes a strategy and concept aimed at bringing the best of new Dutch innovation to the passenger at Schiphol Airport. This is achieved by bringing crowdfunding to the physical world. Passengers will be able to see new ideas and innovations in a small exhibition, be able to touch and try them and can instantly help out by funding...
master thesis 2014
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Sillekens, P.J.A. (author)
KLM and Schiphol Group have requested an investigation into the impact of EGTS on the entire airport operations. Previous research into this technology has shown that the potential benefits for airlines, airports and society are decreased noise and emissions, fuel savings, and autonomous pushback possibilities that allow for greater versatility...
master thesis 2015
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Aerts, S.N. (author)
Schiphol has the ambition to become Europe’s preferred airport within five years. Due to the increasing competitive climate, it becomes progressively important for airports to enhance passenger satisfaction. Schiphol wants to do this by differentiating from its competitors through excellent service and customer satisfaction. Information and...
master thesis 2015
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De Blok, S. (author)
Airports in The Netherlands are subjected to tangent environmental laws to restrain pollution and noise nuisance. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AAS) is one airport dealing with this regulatory framework but nevertheless they are resolute to continue growth with respect to aircraft movements. To cope with the law related to aircraft noise, the...
master thesis 2015
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Noortman, Timo (author)
Decentralised air traffic control shifts decision making to a local level, allowing decentralised controllers to focus on solving local conflicts. Since decentralised controllers have accurate local information at their disposal, they can adapt quicker and more efficiently to changing conditions. Consequently, it is suggested that the dynamics...
master thesis 2018
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