Posts Tagged ‘Aviation’

Airport of the Future: Dallas Design Firm Envisions Airports as ‘Microcosms of Cities’

Posted by Chloe Bennett

A Dallas-based design and architecture firm is hoping to reshape the traveler experience at airports using technological tools to guide its work. 

By targeting the senses of airport goers, global architecture firm Corgan used its own technology to make the …

Sabre’s Technology Gives Airlines the ‘Connected Crew’

Posted by Pranay Das

Crew management has never been a straightforward job. The ripple effect of disruptions can split crews apart, dealing a blow to any given flight’s crew manifest. Crew controllers are the wizards behind the curtain, moving the pieces as seamlessly as …

3 Things We’re Reading: UTA App Offers Real-Time Flood Reports

Posted by Amanda Hayes

NEW APP GATHERS DATA ON AREA FLOODS; DALLAS STARTUP GROWTH GARNERS NATIONAL NOTICE; AVIATION COMPANY RELOCATING TO FORT WORTH


Every day Dallas Innovates staffers scour websites looking for the most interesting, important, and unusual stories about innovation and creativity. Here

History of Aviation: How DFW Took Flight as a World Leader

Posted by Sarah Bennett

DFW IS HOME TO AIRLINES, AIRPORTS, FIGHTER JETS AND AVIATION INNOVATIONS


Dallas-Fort Worth is one of the world’s major aviation centers, growing from the early small air fields to become the home of the world’s largest airline, the world’s biggest …