In order to manage the increasing passenger numbers, Aéroports de Paris ADP decided to roll out the Xovis PTS system for Passenger Tracking and Queue Measurement. In order to gain insight into actual passenger flows and optimize the collaboration between various stakeholders, ADP measures with Xovis PTS KPIs such as waiting time, queue lengths, passenger frequencies, process times and throughputs. The collected data optimizes the overall performance at several locations and process points including check-in, security control areas, baggage reclaim areas and taxi ranks of Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) and Paris Orly Airport (ORY). One of the major advantages of the Xovis PTS is its high precision; the system features an automated queue detection, which allows to distinguish visitors, staff and actual passengers, thus the resulting measurement data is highly accurate. A further reason that convinced ADP to opt for Xovis PTS is its ability of to indicate reliable actual and predictive waiting times.
Xovis is a Swiss high-tech company that develops as well as commercializes systems and sensors for people counting and tracking and similar applications. Since Incorporated in 2008, Xovis PTS is worldwide technology leader in passenger flow analysis and waiting time measurements in airport. More than 20 of the major airports worldwide trust in airports worldwide trust in the Xovis 3D technology today.
About Aéroports de Paris
Aéroports de Paris or ADP owns and manages the fourteen civil airports and airfields in the Île-de-France (Paris) area. Among its notable airports are Charles de Gaulle International Airport, Orly Airport and Le Bourget Airport. The ADP is the world's second largest airport group in terms of turnover and the first in terms of air mail and freight handling. With its subsidiaries, the ADP group has assisted in the construction and servicing of airports and related buildings and infrastructure in over 55 countries.