Thursday 7th of August 2014
The technology is so advanced now according to the Car Hire Easirent Gatwick Airport location, as more new equipment is being used.
Passengers at Gatwick Airport could soon be boarding planes quicker, as a project is aiming to increase the sharing of information between aeroplanes and ground services. This is to improve customer service as well as cloud testing at the airport. The airport is using a cloud testing service from Soasta to assess a cloud-based collaboration platform.
Gatwick is the world’s biggest single-use runway and needs to innovate in order to improve response times and reduce delays. Soasta’s CloudTest platform is being used to validate and verify the scope and scale of the initiative and help fine-tune the project as it progresses.
Michael Ibbitson, CIO at Gatwick Airport, said “The current project is no exception but its success lies in having a dedicated set of partners to bring it to life. Soasta is a partner that shares our approach to challenging the established view and creating a new paradigm. Soasta’s CloudTest platform allows us to test capacity and robustness as the project takes shape. We are able to test with a degree of precision and accuracy that delivers measurable and actionable data within a very demanding time frame.”