The impact of new airport passenger service technologies on the shaping of terminal building landside areas

Michał Sitek

Abstrakt

The changes that are taking place in the airport passenger service technology allow for the increase of passenger traffic in terminal buildings. Novel technologies in identification, checkin and security control in passenger service areas impact the way architectural spaces are being shaped. This article describes an algorithm for analysing a terminal building space with respect to passenger service area standards, taking into account new technologies and through putchange assessment.

Słowa kluczowe: airport, terminal, capacity, technology, passenger
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