PASSME Project Deliverables

Below are links to download the project deliverables that have been completed to date.


Deliverable 1.2: Overview of the state of the art (SoA) requirements

This deliverable was written in M4 of the project, and describes the state-of-art of the technologies, information and passengers’ behaviour/needs throughout the airport journey from the door of the departure airport to the door of the destination airport.

pdfD1.2 Overview of State-of-the-Art Requirements(3.89 MB)


Deliverable 1.3: Preliminary PASSME model

This deliverable describes the preliminary PASSME model providing the overall view of the project, how the work packages are related and how the breakthrough innovations will be achieved. This model is divided into 5 layers: the passenger and its luggage, the physical context, the information system, stakeholders and finally the aviation innovations.

pdfD1.3 Preliminary PASSME Model(2.93 MB)


Deliverable 2.2: Passenger personal system definition

This deliverable describes the methodology followed and the results obtained regarding the technology to be deployed around the passenger in order to monitor and support their actions.

pdfD2.2 Passenger Personal System Definition(2.94 MB)


Deliverable 2.5: System Acceptability and Incentives Scheme

This deliverable describes the process for identifying passenger incentives and acceptability for the personalised device innovations across a series of field trials using different methods and prototype systems.

pdfD2.5 System Acceptability and Incentives Scheme (1.38MB)


D3.2 The Luggage Model

This document outlines the results of design planning processes with stakeholders and passengers with the aim of developing alternative scenarios for the luggage journey and identifying relevant stakeholders for the improvement of the process.

pdfD3.2 The Luggage Model


Deliverable 4.1: Operational Concept of Passenger Demand Forecast System

This deliverable provides an overview of the concept behind the operation of the PASSME Passenger Demand Forecast System. It describes the ‘Baseline Operating Method’, an analysis of the passenger-centric operations at partner airports, generic versions for large and medium sized airports and the ‘PASSME Operating Method’.

pdfD4.1 Concept Of Operations(2.45 MB)


Deliverable 4.2: Requirements for Passenger Demand Forecast System

This document specifies the operational, functional, interface, verification and validation requirements of the PASSME Passenger Demand Forecast system. The operational requirements are specified based on interviews with the stakeholders Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and Hamburg Airport.

pdfD4.2 Requirements for Passenger Demand Forecast System (1.03 MB)


Deliverable 4.3: System Architecture of Passenger Demand Forecast System

This document explores the PASSME PDF system architecture, its constituent functional blocks, and the technologies for system implementation. For each functional block, a functional analysis is performed, candidate technologies for its implementation are provided, and selected technology enablers are specified. It is a central contributor to PASSME’s Breakthrough 1: a real-time passenger-centric system for managing passenger flows.

pdfD4.3 System Architecture of Passenger Demand Forecast System (3.03 MB)


D5.1 Specification Interiors

This deliverable provides the specifications for PASSME’s innovative Check-in, Security, Boarding Gates and Aircraft Boarding designs. This document summarizes the main opportunities for interior environment to be designed differently, in order to optimize process flow, reduce stress and enhance passenger experience.

pdfD5.1 Specification Interiors (4.53 MB)


Deliverable 5.2: Design concepts and models

This deliverable provides the project’s design concepts and models. It focusses specifically on time reduction and improving passenger experience in three specific areas: Check-in, Security and Boarding.

pdfD5.2 Design Concepts and Models(6.37 MB)


Deliverable 6.3: System Implementation at Hamburg and Schiphol

This deliverable outlines the system implementation at Hamburg Airport and Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. The PASSME Experience Lounge was successfully implemented at Hamburg Airport. At Amsterdam Schiphol Airport the PASSME Personalised Device, Smartphone Application and Passenger Demand Forecast System were successfully implemented and tested.

pdfD6.3 System Implementation at Hamburg and Schiphol


Deliverable 7.3: Final Report on Impact of PASSME

This deliverable presents a variety of activities conducted to maximise the impact of the project, both during and beyond the end of the project. It explores the impact of the PASSME breakthroughs and concepts implemented in the partner airports (Hamburg, Schiphol, Rotherdam) or near operational environments such as the Boeing 747 Airplane Lab.

pdfD7.3 Final Report on Impact of PASSME


Deliverable 8.2: Presentation of the Project by Website, Social Media Platforms, Videos etc.

This deliverable outlines how the presentation of the project will evolve. It presents each external dissemination and communication channel of the project, the progress towards achieving the key performance indicators, and the activities both completed and planned for the presentation of the project. New dissemination channels will be employed and current channels will be developed in line with the project’s dissemination strategy

pdfD8.2 Presentation of the Project by Website, Social Media Platforms, Videos etc.


Deliverable 9.1: Kick Off Meeting

This deliverable describes the Kick off meeting organised for the PASSME Project. The kick off meeting was held on 9-10-11 June 2015 at the Coordinator’s premises (Faculty Industrial Design Engineering, TU Delft, The Netherlands). This document contains the participant list, the agenda, and the minutes of the work package discussions

pdfD9.1 Kick-Off Meeting(1.51 MB)