The Dubai Airport Show is the world’s largest airport exhibition with more than 7.500 aviation professionals and key decision-makers participating. 7th – 9th of May Epiito is part of the Danish pavilion at The Airport Show, where we will showcase our VR solutions as a useful tool for airport planners, owners and operators.
Jonas Salih, Epiito´s CEO, identifies many potentials for using VR in Airport projects and operations.
“Airports are complex buildings where various elements interact in order to provide customers with an enjoy able travelling experience. Airports are also work environments for office personnel, security staff, air traffic controllers, shop assistants ect. Hence airport planning has to provide functional solutions for gates, airfields, control towers and service functions".
Jonas Salih continues
"Successful airport planning and design is characterized by functionality, flexibility, efficient flows, easy, understandable logistics and security requirements combined with aesthetic design. Virtual reality is therefore an important tool for AEC professionals, airport operators and airports owners. I look forward to share our visions for implementing VR in airport projects to professionals attending The Airport Show”.
Attending The Airport Show and want to get in touch?
Are you in Dubai and attending The Airport Show? You can find Epiito at The Danish Pavilion 4310 – Airport Technology and IT. If you want to book a meeting or demonstration feel free to contact CEO Jonas Salih at firstname.lastname@example.org or +45 30 310 620.
The 18th edition of The Airport Show takes place in Dubai. The Airport show is held under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, Chairman of Dubai Airports, Chairman and Chief Executive of Emirates Airline and Group.
Image: Bergen Airport Terminal 3 is one the projects you can experience in Epiito´s Immersive Prototyping System. Bergen Airport The new Terminal 3 houses many different areas including waiting lounges, commercial areas, check-in, baggage and goods handling, and office facilities. The overall design concept is influenced by the surrounding scenery of dramatic mountains and deep fjords, both in terms of structure and materials, and the modular design makes it easy to expand various parts of the building. Image and project by Nordic Office of Architecture and Avinor.