10 Jul Future Airport Magazine

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In an interview in the latest issue of Future Airport magazine, To70 Thailand’s Nikki Limtanakool talks about how big data (and ASQS’s web-based SMS) can help aviation safety deal with global traffic growth.

Read the full article here (on page 71):

https://secure.viewer.zmags.com/publication/8150c42f#/8150c42f/70

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    Posted at 01:17h, 05 January Reply

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