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Today’s IoT technologies are circling tomorrow’s airports

IoT technologies, including sensors, wearables, virtual reality, and more are set to become a big part of the airports of tomorrow – and nearly a quarter of the world’s airlines are already on board. For the most part, travellers are becoming accustomed to the slowly growing influence of technology on their travel. Electronic check-in has eliminated... Read more » The post Today’s IoT technologies are circling tomorrow’s airports appeared first on ReadWrite.
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