AIRLINES AND AIRPORTS

IDEMIA Brings Digital Travel Credentials to Life

IDEMIA | November 27, 2020

Digital Travel Credentials make traveling between air terminals and aircrafts a more charming encounter and reinforces traveler trust in air terminal administrations and frameworks. On 10-11 November 2020, at the ICAO virtual meeting, IDEMIA showed with an aircraft partner its advancement innovation capabilities to introduce a completely operational arrangement, bringing DTC to life.

Leveraging its Mobile ID solution and passenger stream assistance arrangements, IDEMIA recreated a traveler DTC for check in and shrewd boarding. Travelers can speed through all air terminal touchpoints because of quick and super secure biometric distinguishing proof. IDEMIA's DTC treat private information with a similar security level concerning paper identifications.

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This Business Plan is not a prospectus or offer document of any sort and is not intended to constitute in itself an offer of securities of any form, units in a business trust, units in a collective investment scheme or any other form of investment, or a solicitation for any form of investment in any jurisdiction.

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Spirit Airlines Overhauls Dallas Fort Worth with New Check-In Technology Designed to Streamline the Travel Experience

Spirit Airlines: | December 09, 2021

Guests are now checking out the latest evolution in check-in technology at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW). Spirit Airlines (NYSE:SAVE) unveiled its automated self-bag drop experience with biometric photo-matching system, which represents a new paradigm for the U.S. airline industry. The redesigned ticket lobby is packed with industry-leading technology designed to limit face-to-face interaction, streamline flight check-ins and get Guests from the curb to the brightest planes in the sky quicker than ever.Spirit's self-bag drop system is now currently operating at New York's LaGuardia Airport (LGA) and Chicago O'Hare, and it was recently recognized for two prestigious awards. The "2021 Best Airport Innovation" by the APEX/IFSA Awards, and also a Gold Stevie® Award winner for The Best New Transportation Product or Service in The 2021 American Business Awards®. The airline began developing the nation's first biometric photo-matching solution for domestic air travel in 2019 with its partner Materna Intelligent Passenger Solutions (IPS) North America. Spirit was also the first to pursue combining it with automated self-bag drop capabilities to reduce face-to-face interaction. Following an initial testing period at DFW with both manual ID check and biometric opt-in, the biometric photo-matching solution will eliminate the need to stop and hand government-issued identification to an agent when checking baggage. Here's how biometric photo-matching works: Guests start by tagging their own checked bags after checking in at the kiosk and then proceed to the automated self-bag drops. Guests are advised of the biometric option after scanning their boarding pass at the self-bag drop unit. They may either opt in and continue unassisted or opt out for agent-assisted service. Once the Guest opts in, the unit instructs them to scan their ID on the built-in hardware. The unit compares its scan of the photo on the ID with a facial scan captured by its on-board camera, along with comparing identification information with the Guest's reservation details. None of the data is transmitted to any government agency. A successful match initiates the rest of the automated bag check-in process. Guests are instructed to place their bags on the conveyor belt attached to the unit, which then scans the bags, weighs them, accepts payment for any additional optional services, and sends them straight into their airport's checked baggage system without any further action from the Guest. "We've been on a mission to find opportunities to continue improving every facet of the Guest experience, to include investing in automation and self-service to streamline the travel journey so Guests spend less time in lobbies,Our Guests are tech-savvy, and they appreciate options. Also, limiting touchpoints and unnecessary face-to-face interactions is currently changing the way airports operate." -Mike Byrom, Vice President of Airport Services for Spirit Airlines. Dallas Fort Worth International Airport is committed to identifying and testing innovative solutions that deliver secure, efficient and frictionless customer experiences," said DFW Airport Vice President of Innovation Jodie Brinkerhoff. "We are excited to support our partner Spirit Airlines as it introduces a self-directed, biometrically enabled check-in and bag drop process—which ultimately provide the customer with greater control and fewer requirements for face-to-face processing and document exchanges. Spirit Guests currently check between 400–500 bags daily at DFW and growing, and each of which represents a face-to-face interaction that can be streamlined. Testing data shows the new procedure drops average processing time to just 70 seconds per Guest, reducing time spent at bag check by 30 percent. Additionally, Guests can take advantage of the time savings and reduction in face-to-face interactions whether they're travelling domestically or internationally. The self-bag drop system uses software capable of analyzing key physical features on more than 50,000 forms of ID from nearly 200 countries that a Guest could potentially use when travelling in the United States. Combined with the units' scanning hardware, the software confirms the authenticity of an ID and rejects fraudulent documents. About Spirit Airlines:  Spirit Airlines (NYSE: SAVE) is committed to delivering the best value in the sky. We are the leader in providing customizable travel options starting with an unbundled fare. This allows our Guests to pay only for the options they choose — like bags, seat assignments and refreshments something we call Á La Smarte. We make it possible for our Guests to venture further and discover more than ever before. Our Fit Fleet® is one of the youngest and most fuel-efficient in the U.S. We serve destinations throughout the U.S., Latin America and the Caribbean, and are dedicated to giving back and improving those communities. Come save with us at spirit.com.

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Stratix and Samsung Form Alliance for Smart and Connected Hotels

Stratix and Samsung | June 17, 2022

On June 15, Stratix Corporation, a leading Managed Mobility Services (MMS) provider in the U.S., announced its alliance with Samsung to bolster SmartMobile technology solutions to revolutionize hospitality operations and guest experiences. Both the companies want to solve many of the challenges the hospitality industry faces today. The majority of the hotels and resorts in the U.S. rely on slow, analog workflows that do not contribute to great guest experiences. Mobile devices and applications can create highly-efficient fully-connected hotels to remedy this issue. Stratix has created an interactive video demonstrating transformative mobile solutions for maintenance, housekeeping, front desk, concierge, dining, events, and valet services. Such solutions paired with mobile devices and wearables can make workflows intelligent and seamless. As a result, employees can work efficiently and happily, customers can enjoy digital interactions that match their service expectations and enjoy their stay. Stratix and Samsung solve some of the most pressing issues that the hospitality industry face, including: Implementing technology Personalizing customer experiences Attracting and retaining employees This alliance pairs Samsung’s industry-leading technology for the hospitality industry with Stratix’s expertise in the solution design domain, lifecycle management and 24x7x365 support. Both the companies can: Educate hospitality companies through the knowledge and resources they need to develop and implement cutting-edge technology and create competitive differentiation Translate data and insights into usable information that helps tailor guest experiences, promotions, and loyalty programs to individual customers Provide employees with useful and easy-to-use tools that improve their productivity and make their lives easier "With customer expectations increasing and hospitality facing the same staffing challenges other industries are navigating, using mobile-driven digital transformation to improve productivity and enhance user experiences just makes sense, Our alliance with Samsung allows us to expand our strategic customer engagement model, and success in other industries with comparable use cases, to quickly bring transformative Managed Mobility Services to the hospitality industry." -Gina Daniel-Lee, Vice President, Strategic Alliances and Partnerships at Stratix. Together, Samsung and Stratix are delivering solutions that the hospitality industry desperately needs to create outstanding guest experiences.

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Hopper expands strategic technology partnership with Sabre

Hopper | February 15, 2022

Sabre Corporation (NASDAQ: SABR), a leading software and technology company powering the global travel industry, and Hopper, one of the world's fastest growing online travel agencies, today announced the renewal and expansion of their long-term strategic technology partnership. Since 2012, Sabre has been a strategic partner of Hopper's, helping the company deliver on its promise to save users time and money and make travel planning easier. Given their strong historical performance, today the two companies are committing to further elevate their partnership for the next three years, by making Sabre their primary global GDS and technology partner. Both parties have already defined a joint roadmap and will continue working closely to further evolve the online travel marketplace and customer experience. "Sabre believed in our vision when Hopper was in its infancy and has continued to support us as our strategic retailing and distribution partner since our beginning, Sabre's global distribution network along with its advanced shopping APIs and ability to find the lowest fare was the foundation that we built upon – adding our own proprietary AI-based solutions. Together our innovations have made Hopper the stand-out brand it is today. We look forward to our continued partnership with Sabre as we work together to achieve Hopper's next-generation services and solutions." -Fred Lalonde, CEO and co-founder of Hopper. The number one downloaded travel app in the U.S. in 2021, Hopper utilizes a broad spectrum of Sabre's technology including low fare shopping APIs, post booking automation and shopping data to deliver on their commitment to find the lowest fares for customers and help them save money. When travel was disrupted across the globe in 2020 and travelers sought to cancel or modify travel plans, Sabre's post booking automation technology allowed Hopper to service their customers seamlessly and efficiently, driving cost savings which Hopper reinvested for the benefit of their millions of app users across the globe. "We are thrilled to be a part of Hopper's success over the years as its trusted technology partner, Even more important, we look forward to continuing to invest in the online segment and our work with Hopper to redefine the future of travel retailing through modern, intelligent solutions." -Roshan Mendis, chief commercial officer of Sabre Travel Solutions. As part of Hopper's technology strategy and building on their long-term partnership, Sabre and Hopper are actively exploring opportunities to continue to co-innovate on the future of travel technology through Hopper Cloud. About Sabre Corporation Sabre Corporation is a leading software and technology company that powers the global travel industry, serving a wide range of travel companies including airlines, hoteliers, travel agencies and other suppliers. The company provides retailing, distribution and fulfilment solutions that help its customers operate more efficiently, drive revenue and offer personalized traveller experiences. Through its leading travel marketplace, Sabre connects travel suppliers with buyers from around the globe. Sabre's technology platform manages more than $260B worth of global travel spend annually. Headquartered in Southlake, Texas, USA, Sabre serves customers in more than 160 countries around the world. For more information visit www.sabre.com. About Hopper Hopper is the world's fastest-growing mobile-first travel marketplace. By leveraging massive amounts of data and machine learning, the company has developed several unique fintech solutions that help customers save money and travel better. Through its B2B initiative, Hopper Cloud, the company is syndicating its fintech solutions, infrastructure, and agency content. Whether it's pricing volatility or trip disruptions, Hopper's proprietary suite of fintech solutions address every pain point in the customer journey while driving conversion, repeat purchases, and profitability. To find out more about Hopper, visit www.Hopper.com.

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