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(This essay is based on a speech given by Zhang Huai, CIO of Shenzhen Airport Group at HUAWEI CONNECT 2018.)
It’s amazing to stand here as a keynote speaker at HUAWEI CONNECT 2018 and see so many people gathered here today. Actually, this scenario is similar to what happens at Shenzhen Airport on occasion — large-scale flights are delayed due to weather or for other reasons, and more than 8,000 passengers can be stuck waiting in an isolated area at the same time. So how should the airport respond to this situation? I believe that new technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), will help Shenzhen airport and other airports around the world solve this problem.
Shenzhen Airport has been developing at a rapid pace, as is the case with the city of Shenzhen as a whole. In 2016, at a time when business travelers were estimated to account for 50 percent of total traffic, Shenzhen Airport was selected as the Best Airport Worldwide by the Airports Council International (ACI). In 2017, the passenger volume reached 45 million; for 2018, it is estimated that the number of passengers will reach 50 million and cargo volume will exceed 1.1 million tons. Shenzhen Airport has become the core transportation hub of China’s Greater Bay Area.
A Future-Ready Airport to Support the Greater Bay Area
Managing and controlling multiple runways and terminals is inherently complex and a daily challenge for Shenzhen Airport. We had long explored and tested solutions to the problem, but our information department acted in response to business demands, rather than pre-empting business needs.
In 2017, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) chose the Shenzhen Airport site to build a worldwide showcase for future-ready airports. The first reason Shenzhen Airport was selected is that our business scenarios and operational complexity are representative for many airports; and second, Shenzhen boasts a large number of science and technology enterprises that would be interested in contributing to the showcase.
Our aims are to both become a global leader in airport operations and support the development of the Greater Bay Area. To be specific, we are focused on three major aspects:
Enabling a Future-Ready Airport Through Innovation
To fulfill these goals, we began to work with Huawei to access new technologies and AI innovation engines.
We collaborated with Huawei to follow the ‘Platform + Ecosystem’ strategy and build a future-ready digital platform. Based on Huawei’s Information and Communications Technology (ICT) infrastructure, we have integrated the Internet of Things (IoT), big data + AI, video cloud, Geographic Information System (GIS), and Integrated Communications Platform (ICP) resources. In partnership with other vendors, we are building a platform-based ecosystem in which AI is playing an important role. For example, AI big data is used for applications such as knowledge graphs, machine learning, and natural language processing. AI vision utilities included facial and human body recognition, vehicle identification and tracking, and panorama stitching. The ICT platform is delivering operational control, security, and passenger services to the airport.
Intelligent and Visualized Flight Services
The goal of Shenzhen Airport management is to deliver intelligent, visualized flight services. Jointly with Huawei, we have spent a year on projects using technology innovations to improve the efficiency of airfield operations:
Delivering an Efficient Airport Experience
Apart from providing intelligent and visualized flight services, we have also performed joint innovation in regard to passenger trips. Future-ready airports will improve travel efficiency and provide better travel experiences with self-service check-in, self-service baggage drop-off, multi-layer security checks, smart Flight Information Display Systems (FIDSs), facial recognition identification for boarding, last calls, and VIP services. Our goal is to implement self-service resources such as information access based on AI-assisted video (facial recognition), passenger route and flow analysis, and wait time analysis resources that are enabled by digital connectivity between passengers and airport facilities, and between the airport and airlines.
Regarding security screening, we understand that most passengers are reliably nonthreatening, and heightened measures are only required for a limited number of them. Based on this background, we discussed the possibility of simpler security screening with the General Administration of Civil Aviation and other official institutions. A differentiated classification security screen is currently implemented at Shenzhen Airport — a process that we continue to refine.
Our goal is to provide facial recognition services through big data analysis for all passengers entering and leaving Shenzhen Airport. Facial-image-based access control eliminates the need for manual passenger identification and reduces the amount of time spent waiting in lines.
Innovation at this scale requires a comprehensive plan. Therefore, we have worked with ecosystem partners such as Huawei to promote the development and construction of a future-ready airport. It has taken us a year and a half to streamline business scenarios in a simplified manner and integrate the infrastructure, data architecture, and data platforms. To be specific, we implemented an overall plan including a top-level design, architectural model, and data governance policies; performed joint innovation to manage uncertainty, iteration, and ecosystems; and drafted enterprise and industry standards for a future-ready airport showcase.
On August 28, 2018, a Beijing Capital Airlines flight to Macao made a successful emergency landing at Shenzhen Airport. The decision by the pilots to divert to Shenzhen is a testament to the industry’s trust in our future-ready facilities. We believe that with further application of innovative technologies, we can do even better.
In the future, we will continue to work with ecosystem partners such as Huawei to deliver scenario-specific services, manage scenarios on the platform, and open platforms to the ecosystem. We will build a world-leading future-ready airport by focusing on security, efficiency, and the quality of the passenger experience.