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-Northrop Grumman to demo airport realtime collaboration suite at Munich conference.


U.S. aerospace and defence firm Northrop Grumman Corp. (NYSE: NOC) said that its Europe-based airport systems group is participating in the Airport IT&T Conference, Munich, where it will demonstrate its Airport Realtime Collaboration suite capabilities.

The conference, organised by International Airport Review, takes place Oct. 10-11 at the Municon Conference Centre, Munich and aims to assist airports in reducing operational costs whilst increasing operational efficiency.

ARC technical expert Dr. Mario Gongora, associate director of the Centre for Computational Intelligence at De Montfort University, will speak as part of a keynote discussion panel on "The Airport of the Future." He will also be available at the Northrop Grumman exhibit to discuss the ARC capability.

The Passenger Flow module of Northrop Grumman's ARC capability utilises the expertise in intelligent algorithms developed by Dr. Gongora for the analysis, simulation and forecasting of complex systems and behaviours.

ARC is a portfolio of software solutions and services that supports collaboration across the airport's operations, and is designed to provide the airport community with more accurate and timely information for enhanced decision making.

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Date:Oct 8, 2012
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