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Earlier this summer, PASSME partners at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands have been sharing their research findings for the PASSME project with Dutch media.

This included a news feature and interview on Dutch current affairs programme Een Vandaag.

As well as providing a PASSME project overview, the feature focused on some of the PASSME research taking place at Delft.

Examples include separating passengers into the categories of ‘travelling together’ and ‘travelling alone’ for managing incoming passenger flows.

In a pair of short interviews, PASSME partners and TUD researchers Katinka Bergema and Suzanne Hiemstra talked about how new baggage movement innovations and improvements in passenger boarding would bring a more efficient experience.

Katinka Bergema & Suzanne Hiemstra talk about their work with the PASSME fuselage PASSME SVHPic1 Fuselage article


To watch the PASSME feature on Een Vandaag, click here.

SSpic3 fuselage articlePASSME project coordinator and Delft Professor Sicco Santema also features in the programme, highlighting what improvements can be made at the airport for a better passenger experience.

As well as covering the PASSME project and the fuselage experiments at the TU Delft campus, an article focuses on a new baggage movement solution, Travel Light - a company which provides baggage services for passengers.

Travel Light’s Sven de Laaf, who presented at the travel convention Future Travel Experience in Dublin alongside Katinka Bergema, highlighted the company’s core service of collecting passengers’ baggage days before they travel to the airport, and delivering the luggage to their destination.

Sven also shared ideas on where Travel Light could go in the future.

To read the PASSME article on, click here.






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