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Intel® vPro™ Technology Increases Airport Efficiency: Case Study

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Intel® vPro™ technology increases airport efficiency case study

Advantech’s FIDS use Intel® vPro™ technology to manage IT assets and reduce TCO in providing instant broadcasts at Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport.

To handle the increasing number of passenger arrivals and departures, Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport in China recently deployed a new flight information display system, or FIDS, developed by Advantech Co. Ltd. Based on Intel® Core™ processors with Intel® vPro™ technology, the system has cut down on the time and manpower needed to manage the complexity in thousands of display screens that travelers depend on every day at the airports.

Challenges
• Improve infrastructure efficiency. Provide a solid foundation for remote management technology used in Advantech’s FIDS, rapid provisioning and optimal use of all computing resources.
• Reduce operational costs. Enable customers to reduce time and manpower costs in discovering, healing, and protecting their networked computing assets.

Solutions
• Use Intel® vPro™ technology. Utilize Intel vPro technology in the company’s FIDS products to enable remote management capabilities that enhance customer operations and efficiencies. Impact
• Easier maintenance, time and manpower savings. Advantech’s customers save on time and manpower, improving airport administration through remote management of their Flight Information

Display systems
FIDS at the airport
It is a very busy day at Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport, with planes landing or taking off over every few minutes. At the airport terminal, passengers are checking in while others check their flight schedules displayed on the large screens located across the arrival and departure halls. The displays are part of the FIDS the airport uses to keep passengers informed of their flight schedules. As a group of travelers walk by, they check one of the screens, and then head towards the boarding gate, confident of their boarding time and flight schedules. This scene is typical of many busy airports in China and around the world.

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