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Ever wonder how airports operate on a wireless network?

A stable wireless network is an essential need for any airline to communicate efficiently from the terminal to baggage claim to the flight crew.

Versona Systems is extremely pleased to work with some of the largest USA airports in the industry. Our work has included wireless network upgrades and new installations as well as custom application development projects for general aviation companies. From international and domestic hubs to general aviation airports, our networks and applications have been designed and deployed to support the following applications:
Terminal Operations:

  • Flight Crew Preparation
  • Remote Web Based Flight Crew Scheduling
  • Customer Service Representatives
  • Gate Crews
  • Premium Customer Club Rooms
  • Baggage Handlers (Positive Bag Match)
  • Gate Crews
  • Tug Tracking and Management
  • Electronic Flight Bags
  • Aircraft Maintenance
  • Live TV Content for Airplanes

Hangers, Spare Parts Warehouses, Freight Operations, and Baggage Belts:

  • Aircraft Maintenance
  • Inventory Management
  • Asset Management
  • Freight Tracking
  • Baggage Tracking

Training Centers:

  • Pilot Flight Simulators Training
  • Flight Attendant Training Centers

Why Versona?

We understand the numerous challenges that will be faced when delivering wireless and mobile solutions at airports. Having the expertise and experience to anticipate and deal with project issues is what allows us to deliver on time and on budget. For a single project all of the following may occur:

  • Multitude of parties involved (Airline, Airport / Port Authority, Customs, Immigration, and Other Federal and Local Regulating Bodies)
  • Constant motion of aircraft, jetways, equipment, and people
  • Various sizes and shapes of aircrafts and terminals
  • Various security requirements and restrictions
  • Differing construction types and regulatory restrictions that impose limits on deployment options
  • RF reflection due to significant amounts of metal on terminal sites
  • Diversity and density of wireless client devices and requirements
  • Physical size of the airports and the associated movement restrictions
  • Restrictions on material and equipment storage
  • Environmental factors such as extreme heat, cold, snow, and rain

So whether you are in the planning phase or getting ready to implement your airline wireless network, Versona Systems can help.If you’d like to know more about Versona Systems capabilities in the airline industry, please contact 713-654-8200 or Sales@VersonaSystems.com.

Click here to read our Case Study for Continental Airlines.