Simple Flying - Jonathan E. Hendry
The new software system will analyze heating and air conditioning systems to reduce carbon emissions as international air travel rebounds.
The operators of Brisbane Airport, which serves Australia's third-largest city, have announced a partnership with software company CIM to reduce its environmental impact and improve operational efficiency.
The airport corporation is looking to work with the CIM platform to reduce inefficiencies across airport operations. The airport will be using CIM's PEAK software to identify inefficiencies in equipment such as heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. The program alerts operators to facilitate quick resolutions to improve operational efficiency and reduce carbon emissions significantly.