“Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport revealed that it will use Apple Watches, deployed to its staff to ensure smooth operations, in what is the world’s first use of the wearable for an airport workforce,” Marisa Garcia reports for Skift.
“In conjunction with SITA Lab’s research and development team, Québec has integrated the wearable device and SITA’s backend airport management products which are already in use at the airport in order to push regular operational alerts to duty managers’ wrists,” Garcia reports. “The SITA Lab team built the application for the airport and conducted all the systems integration work to link the Apple Watch to its other products.”
Garcia reports, “Jim Peters, Chief Technology Officer, SITA, said: ‘Using the Apple Watch at Quebec Airport harnesses all the power of SITA’s Airport Management solution to deliver information and updates to staff in a faster, more agile way.'”
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MacDailyNews Take: You know, because Apple Watch is a useless toy. 😉
[Attribution: iMore. Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]
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