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AUG-SEP 2018

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August/September 2018 airportbusiness 21 PASSENGER EXPERIENCE to ensure that our customers have the best experience they can while traveling through our airport. We added these charging stations to meet our passenger needs, and are adding more as part of our Terminal 3 Modernization Program because we realize how important this is,” she said. “Having access to power along with our free WiFi gives our travelers the ability to stay connected while on the go.” Philadelphia International Airport has 34 seats along the B/C Connector, which is lined with retail shops and a large food court, that have power/USB ports, said spokeswoman Diane Gerace. “These seats were installed by Xfinity in 2016 when it introduced its Xfinity on the Kusch+Co GmbH Doesn't everyone want an ACE up their sleeve? With the new ACE3, you'll benefit from better performance, easier maintenance and more functionality than previous distributed control products. New ACE3 ups the ante for distributed control equipment • All-in-one touchscreen provides easy access to exactly what you want • Easy configuration using the local touchscreen, no laptop required • Compatible with any CCR manufacturer • Backwards compatible with our previous distributed control versions: ACE and ACE2. ACE3 will also easily interface to or replace any Liberty DCMU units • Up to 8x more I/O capacity than the ACE2 adbsafegate.com www.aviationpros.com/10132415

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