Smart airports 


Creating smart airports with true connectivity

With the number of air travelers rapidly increasing, the challenges facing the aviation market are escalating and competition is fierce. Smart airports provide a seamless experience for airport operators, airlines, and passengers – delivering greater competitive advantage. Leverage our global expertise and local presence to meet your future airport needs, with our comprehensive portfolio for integrated terminal operation, sustainability, logistics, security, power, and safety. Learn more via this page – or contact our experts.

Discover how digitalization is shaping smart airports

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Securing project funding

The bipartisan infrastructure law provides the largest long-term investment in U.S. infrastructure in nearly a century. Siemens can help you access and compete for project support.

Creating environments that care

Explore the benefits of smart airports

A connected experience from Siemens can help you create the smart airport of the future. We can enhance airport performance through intelligent infrastructure and the power of data, to deliver airports that are an active contributor to the experience and success of its stakeholders. 


By unlocking the true potential of your airport we can increase the comfort, efficiency, resilience and safety for operators, airlines, and passengers alike. For operators, we deliver the connections that make airports work smarter. From building systems to way-finding to baggage handling and flight and weather data, we bring together intelligence and actionable insights for a rich user experience and new levels of efficiency, safety, and security.


The power to connect travelers with airlines, retail, and their surroundings creates a sophisticated passenger experience that rivals the best facilities in the world. We turn data into timely information to help passengers reach their destination with confidence, ease, and enjoyment. 

The Baggage Handling System in Guangzhou is the first system in China to perform its most important sorting function exclusively with tray technology. Siemens Logistics also installed a fully suspended early bag store, offering storage space for 4,000 bags. This is the largest EBS in China.
Siemens Logistics CEO Michael Reichle