Wednesday, December 9 from 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EST
As airports strive to encourage return to travel, the need has never been greater to restore passenger confidence, generate additional revenues and raise the bar for enhanced passenger experience. When airport executives consider technology investments, how do they know if these investments will provide the needed change across the airport at the passenger level? View’s smart windows provide a superior passenger experience, and its smart airport platform delivers continuous environmental monitoring and communication. View is partnering with innovative airports like DFW to provide technology that allows optimization of healthy environmental conditions with a passenger facing interface to restore confidence. The platform can also be used as a new revenue source.
Learn how airports can restore passenger confidence, maximize revenue and improve passenger experience with View’s smart airport platform.
VP of Environmental Affairs
Dallas Fort Worth International Airport
Brandon Tinianov, PhD, PE
VP of Industry Strategy
Providing industry thought leadership on key climate, energy and transportation issues facing the DFW Airport, metroplex and nation, Robert brings a strategic leadership focus with a proven record evidenced by key domestic and global awards for DFW Airport including: First Carbon Neutral Airport in North America and Largest Airport in the World to Achieve Carbon Neutrality to date (ACI-NA) awarded in 2016, and Climate Leadership Award for Organizational Leadership (EPA, Center for Climate and Energy Solutions and The Climate Registry) awarded in 2016 and 2017. *Only international airport recognized for two consecutive years.
Key Liaison to public interest groups, federal, state, and local regulatory agencies, including the FAA, NASA, and EPA.
An influential leader on environmental and sustainability issues and a trusted advisor for key industry leaders, policymakers, and global influencers and serve as the current Non-Road Vehicles (Airports and Seaports) Technical Committee Chair for the Alliance to Save Energy’s U.S. Commission on Transportation Sector Efficiency.
Brandon is the Chair of the Advisory Council of the US Green Building Council and a member of the Board of Directors. He has a PhD in Engineering Systems, is a registered Professional Engineer and a LEED Accredited Professional.
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