This activity focuses on formulating guidelines towards the end-user board in order to apply the results from the integrated PASSME solutions into their practice. This translation focuses primarily on making the scientific research oriented PASSME model and the solutions developed for Amsterdam and Hamburg airport applicable for a wider audience in practice.
This deliverable is a short description of the kick-off meeting at M1 including a summary of outcomes.
The specifications concern specific elements in the built environment (both airport and aircraft interior)
this report describes the measured effects on the key metrics to demonstrate the impact of PASSME on the overall airport system: airport travel time, luggage drop off and pickup time, and boarding time as well as experience.
Based on WP1 requirements (i.e. for passenger localisation) and the psychological model of the passenger the sensors needed for the development of PASSME services will be defined
the ‘PASSME Operating Method’ is defined, using a continuously and proactive passenger-centric monitor and forecast system. This covers processes, procedures, and recommended enhancements that could be achieved through an advanced passenger-centric monitor and forecast system.
The Community of Practice summary report will be produced after each CoP meeting
Requirements Capturing of the Passenger-Centric Forecast System consisting of ‘Operational Requirements’ , ‘Functional Requirements‘ and ‘Interface Requirements’
The preliminary PASSME model will provide the basis for WPs 2 to 5. This model covers a first version of the various entities involved, their interrelationships and what can be adjusted or altered and on which elements we aim to focus based on quantitative and qualitative analysis.
appropriate ‘as is’ scenarios will be developed demonstrating current passengers’ interactions, flow and behaviours with both the airports’ operations, staff and fellow passengers within the airport complexes. The ‘as is’ scenarios will be constructed based on data acquired through interviews and questionnaires.
The most promising concepts will be selected for further development on Task 5.3, based on specific “speed-up” configurations for airport and aircraft interiors.
The System Architecture of the Passenger-Centric Forecast System consists of the functional breakdown of the passenger-centric monitor and forecast system, a break down of the system into functional blocks based on functional requirements and identification of the interfaces needed between the functional blocks.
The luggage Model, the On Board Luggage Model, the model of the good bought during the passenger journey and the integration of these.
This deliverable consists dedicated technology developed within PASSME, as well as off the shelf solutions such as heart rate monitors and ‘fitbits’ (www.fitbit.com) to elicit attitudes and opinions in as valid manner as possible. This will provide the basis for the design of the incentives systems to be used to implement the PASSME personalised device, as well as the design of the HMI itself.
Presentation of the project by Website, social media platforms, videos, pod casts, slide shows, brochure with periodic updates
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Author(s): Jessica Coppens, Sagar Dangal, Mirte Vendel, Shabila Anjani, Stefan Akkerman, Suzanne Hiemstra-van Mastrigt, Peter Vink
Published in: International Journal of Aviation, Aeronautics, and Aerospace, 2018, ISSN 2374-6793
Author(s): Joyce M.A. Bouwens, Wan-Jen J. Tsay, Peter Vink
Published in: Work, Issue 58/4, 2017, Page(s) 579-584, ISSN 1051-9815
Author(s): Stefan Akkerman, Peter Vink
Published in: In: Bagnara S., Tartaglia R., Albolino S., Alexander T., Fujita Y. (eds) Proceedings of the 20th Congress of the International Ergonomics Association (IEA 2018). IEA 2018. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing,, Issue vol 824, 2018, Page(s) 220-224