Data Integration to Drive Global Total Airport Management (TAM) Market Growth, 2030

Data Integration to Drive Global Total Airport Management (TAM) Market Growth, 2030

Airport Operations are Being Optimized Through Events Prediction and Collaborative Decision Making Based on Real-time Information

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Research Code: K52A-01-00-00-00
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The future of airport management will be based on the performance of individual stakeholders; all agents - from landside to terminal and airside - will be brought onto a single platform, which will result in real-time analysis to support decision making. Total airport management (TAM) supports data-driven decision making, holistic KPI management, and the integration of operations by interlinking processes and systems across the airport. TAM encompasses performance-based airport operations that enable performance-based creation, agreement, and maintenance of the Airport Operational Plan (AOP), ensuring fairness and mitigation of conflicting interests between stakeholders and guaranteeing that everyone is working efficiently toward common goals.

TAM aims to address the challenges faced by airports across process categories, including passenger processing, airside operations, safety and security, facilities management, and landside operations. It does this by integrating the data accessed by the respective stakeholders and connecting the respective systems to monitor KPIs to boost operational efficiency. TAM will also be able to provide increased resource optimization, improved situational awareness, augmented decision-making ability, quick root cause analysis, improved passenger/baggage throughput, and enhanced ability to make operational changes in real time, which will lead to augmented operational efficiency and an increase in revenue.

The upgradation activities undertaken by airports, the growing need for safety and security, the rising demand for reduced turnaround time, and airports’ desire to increase non-aero revenue and offer an enhanced passenger experience to improve revenue will bolster airports’ decisions to deploy TAM. However, stakeholders’ unwillingness to share information with one another, high deployment costs, the growing threat of cyberattacks, and the presence of existing systems such as A-CDM act as market growth restraints.

TAM is a novel concept; as of June 2020, only a few airports across the world had implemented TAM systems (Brussels and Heathrow, for example); similarly, only a few suppliers offer TAM solutions, including SITA, Honeywell, and ADB Safegate. Technologies such as biometrics, AI, RFID/NFC, blockchain, robotics, IoT, 5G, and predictive analytics will propel TAM deployment at airports.

TAM will be especially attractive to Tier I airports at large metros and international hub airports as these airports handle extremely high passenger numbers. In addition, these airports manage a large number of airlines and other stakeholders. Given these airports' expansive areas and coverage, their high passenger/baggage throughput, and their growing focus on the provision of the highest levels of passenger experience, they are likely to see significant deployment of TAM solutions.

In conclusion, TAM is in the nascent stage of growth, and airports and suppliers will focus on improving and customizing the system to match the requirements of all the stakeholders in the ecosystem. Suppliers and airports need to work closely with one another to leverage all the benefits TAM offers and realize the full potential of this next-gen technology.

Author: Shantanu Gangakhedkar

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Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on the Global TAM Market

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

TAM Market Overview

Trends in the Digital Transformation of Airports

Evolution of Digital Transformation at Airports

Need for Digital Transformation at Airports

Current Challenges of Airport Management

Pillars of Airport Digital Transformation

TAM—Definition

TAM—Scope

Key Airport Stakeholders and Their Roles and Responsibilities in Airport Management

TAM—Ecosystem

Advantages of TAM Over A-CDM

TAM—The Transition

TAM—Key Features

Evaluation of Airport Processes

Key Tasks and KPIS for Airports; Challenges Airports Face (Airside Operations)

Benefits of TAM in Addressing Key Challenges (Airside Operations)

Key Tasks and KPIS for Airports; Challenges Airports Face (Safety and Security)

Benefits of TAM in Addressing Key Challenges (Safety and Security)

Key Tasks and KPIS for Airports; Challenges Faced (Facilities Management)

Benefits of TAM in Addressing Key Challenges (Facilities Management)

Key Tasks and KPIS for Airports; Challenges Faced (Passenger Processing)

Benefits of TAM in Addressing Key Challenges (Passenger Processing)

Key Tasks and KPIS for Airports; Challenges Faced (Landside Operations)

Benefits of TAM in Addressing Key Challenges (Landside Operations)

Key Factors that Influence TAM Deployment

TAM—Growth Drivers

Growth Driver Analysis

Growth Driver Analysis (continued)

TAM—Growth Restraints

Growth Restraint Analysis

Growth Restraint Analysis (continued)

TAM Deployment—Expected Benefits

TAM Deployment—Challenges

TAM—Airport Management Needs of End Users

TAM—Un-met Airport Management Needs of End Users

TAM—Bridging the Gaps in Airport Management (Landside)

TAM—Bridging the Gaps in Airport Management (Terminal)

TAM—Bridging the Gaps in Airport Management (Terminal) (continued)

TAM—Bridging the Gaps in Airport Management (Airside)

Airport IT Spending Analysis

TAM—Forecast Assumptions

TAM—Revenue Forecast

TAM—Revenue Forecast Analysis

TAM—Revenue Forecast by Region

TAM—Revenue Forecast Analysis by Region

TAM—Revenue Forecast by Tier

TAM—Revenue Forecast Analysis by Tier

Key Trends Driving Airport IT Spending

TAM—Key Technologies that Bolster Implementation

Biometrics—TAM to Support Further Deployment of Biometrics for Complete End-to-End Integration

RFID/NFC—TAM to Support NFC Usage for Rapid Identification and Data Transfer at Checkpoints

Blockchain—Airports to Leverage Blockchain for Accelerated TAM Implementation

Cybersecurity is Kept to Success of Widespread Implementation of TAM

TAM Supplier SITA—Company Profile

TAM Supplier ADB Safegate—Company Profile

Use-case—Heathrow Airport Limited (HAL)

Use-case—Brussels Airport

Growth Opportunity: 5G

Growth Opportunity: 5G (continued)

Your Next Steps

Why Frost, Why Now?

List of Exhibits

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The future of airport management will be based on the performance of individual stakeholders; all agents - from landside to terminal and airside - will be brought onto a single platform, which will result in real-time analysis to support decision making. Total airport management (TAM) supports data-driven decision making, holistic KPI management, and the integration of operations by interlinking processes and systems across the airport. TAM encompasses performance-based airport operations that enable performance-based creation, agreement, and maintenance of the Airport Operational Plan (AOP), ensuring fairness and mitigation of conflicting interests between stakeholders and guaranteeing that everyone is working efficiently toward common goals. TAM aims to address the challenges faced by airports across process categories, including passenger processing, airside operations, safety and security, facilities management, and landside operations. It does this by integrating the data accessed by the respective stakeholders and connecting the respective systems to monitor KPIs to boost operational efficiency. TAM will also be able to provide increased resource optimization, improved situational awareness, augmented decision-making ability, quick root cause analysis, improved passenger/baggage throughput, and enhanced ability to make operational changes in real time, which will lead to augmented operational efficiency and an increase in revenue. The upgradation activities undertaken by airports, the growing need for safety and security, the rising demand for reduced turnaround time, and airports desire to increase non-aero revenue and offer an enhanced passenger experience to improve revenue will bolster airports decisions to deploy TAM. However, stakeholders unwillingness to share information with one another, high deployment costs, the growing threat of cyberattacks, and the presence of existing systems such as A-CDM act as market growth restraints. TAM is a novel concept; as of June 2020, only a few airports across the world had implemented TAM systems (Brussels and Heathrow, for example); similarly, only a few suppliers offer TAM solutions, including SITA, Honeywell, and ADB Safegate. Technologies such as biometrics, AI, RFID/NFC, blockchain, robotics, IoT, 5G, and predictive analytics will propel TAM deployment at airports. TAM will be especially attractive to Tier I airports at large metros and international hub airports as these airports handle extremely high passenger numbers. In addition, these airports manage a large number of airlines and other stakeholders. Given these airports' expansive areas and coverage, their high passenger/baggage throughput, and their growing focus on the provision of the highest levels of passenger experience, they are likely to see significant deployment of TAM solutions. In conclusion, TAM is in the nascent stage of growth, and airports and suppliers will focus on improving and customizing the system to match the requirements of all the stakeholders in the ecosystem. Suppliers and airports need to work closely with one another to leverage all the benefits TAM offers and realize the full potential of this next-gen technology. Author: Shantanu Gangakhedkar
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No Index No
Podcast No
Author Shantanu Gangakhedkar
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
WIP Number K52A-01-00-00-00
Keyword 1 Airport Database management system
Keyword 2 Total Airport Management
Keyword 3 data integration
Is Prebook No
GPS Codes 9000-A1