Christian Roth: Lockheed Arm, Copenhagen Airport Form Analytics Consulting Service

Big Data, AppsA Lockheed Martin subsidiary has partnered with the Copenhagen Airport in Denmark to provide a data insights consulting service to other airports to use for support operational planning.

Lockheed said Friday its BEONTRA subsidiary and CPH will jointly work with airports to analyze and optimize their data as they seek to manage costs in airport operations.

“After working closely with Copenhagen Airport and experiencing its proficiency, creating a consultancy partnership seemed like a logical next step in further developing our relationship,” said Christian Roth, BEONTRA CEO.

CPH, the main hub of Scandinavian Airlines, has applied insights from its data onto staff planning at its security checkpoints and other operational aspects, Lockheed said.

Roth said the joint consultancy service will use BEONTRA’s Scenario Planning Suite.

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