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AOT launches AOT Digital Airports app

 

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To help people who use the main airports in Thailand, Airports of Thailand (AOT) Public Company Limited has adopted technology to improve service, and link information at airports via an application.

 

The AOT Digital Airports system is an innovation that efficiently links all information technology systems at airports for the convenience of airport service users. The link includes the tourism industry outside airports, especially transport and tour services in and outside the country.

 

The application software will provide passengers with information about flights, check-in counters, luggage, maps of passenger terminals which lead passengers to their desired locations, information about public transport services and transport inside airports, information on facilities inside airports, shop information and flight alerts to allow passengers to prepare themselves before heading to their airports.

 

The application also provides translation services in five languages: Thai, Chinese, English, Russian and Japanese. The AOT also has a plan to cooperate with its partners to include useful and necessary information in order to upgrade services for the people. The application software can facilitate the requirements of airport management. For example, it can give real-time reports on the number of passengers at specific locations. Initially, this type of service will be piloted at Suvarnabhumi Airport and the AOT’s 6 airports, including Hat Yai, Chiang Mai and Don Mueang. In future, the AOT will link the system to 16 airports in partnership with AOT around the world. Passengers can download the application on both the iOS and Android systems.

 

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6 minutes ago, snoop1130 said:

The application also provides translation services in five languages: Thai, Chinese, English, Russian and Japanese.

The Indians'll be a bit hacked off by that .. 

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13 minutes ago, Justgrazing said:

The Indians'll be a bit hacked off by that .. 

I always thought English was the official language of the Indian government?

I remember decades ago buying a train ticket at Victoria station in Bombay. I had to fill out an application in English and in triplicate.

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18 minutes ago, bluesofa said:

I always thought English was the official language of the Indian government?

I remember decades ago buying a train ticket at Victoria station in Bombay. I had to fill out an application in English and in triplicate.

" You think I am knowing nothing but I am telling you now I am knowing cluck all " is the one that springs to mind when I think of Indian Engrish .. 

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1 minute ago, Justgrazing said:

" You think I am knowing nothing but I am telling you now I am knowing cluck all " is the one that springs to mind when I think of Indian Engrish .. 

I understand you are knowing cluck all, because you know what a Hindu is. It lays eggs.

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15 hours ago, bluesofa said:

I understand you are knowing cluck all, because you know what a Hindu is. It lays eggs.

Only a Scottish one

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3 minutes ago, cnx101 said:
16 hours ago, bluesofa said:

I understand you are knowing cluck all, because you know what a Hindu is. It lays eggs.

Only a Scottish one

Aye doctor. No, you mean optician.

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Everyone has an app.  Apps eat up far too much space on a phone.  A good web page that fits on a phone browser is enough most of the time.  Why create an app when you can use already provided software?  Silly.  The last thing I want to hear about is an app that works like a web browser. 

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17 hours ago, bluesofa said:

I always thought English was the official language of the Indian government?

I remember decades ago buying a train ticket at Victoria station in Bombay. I had to fill out an application in English and in triplicate.

Ahh .. triplicate forms just one of the legacies of colonial invasion and subjugation 😊

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43 minutes ago, Tropposurfer said:

Ahh .. triplicate forms just one of the legacies of colonial invasion and subjugation 😊

India happily keeping it going!

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It's 11:53AM.

Suvarnabhumi departures: can't get past 9:35, arrivals can't get past 10:00.

(a mate left with a 9:40 flight :smile:)

Yesterday I saw all codeshares listed (annoying, stuffing the list), today no codeshares.

 

It seems they have a way to go...

Back to flightaware, flightstats etc.

 

 

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