SECURE THE FUTURE OF YOUR IT INFRASTRUCTURE TODAY
At NACO, we understand that although the average lifecycle of active equipment in our airports varies between four to six years, the lifecycle of cabling and other fundamental infrastructure can last up to 20 years. Airport expansions over time may also have led to patchworks of ad-hoc network infrastructure additions that fail to consider overall IT requirements for long-term growth. Pre COVID-19, the growth in passenger numbers saw IT systems pushed to capacity. As airports recover from the crisis, the introduction of new processes for passenger health screening and touch-free facilities mean that capacity demand may shift and increased flexibility may be required from IT systems.
Robust airport IT master planning is of course important to try to predict and address this ever changing environment. And, it all starts with having a clear overview of the status of an airport’s IT infrastructure.