Bangalore International names Unisys as master system integrator

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Officials from BIAL and Unisys at the signing event.

Bangalore International names Unisys as master system integrator

Unisys has been appointed by Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL), operator of Kempegowda International Airport, to integrate and manage all IT and non-IT systems for Phase 1 of the second terminal (T2). India’s third-busiest airport and among the fastest growing in the world, the airport managed 33.30 million passengers in 2018-19. BIAL’s second terminal project is designed to add capacity to efficiently process and accommodate an additional 25 million passengers per year and will be built in two phases. Scheduled to be operational in March 2021, T2 will enable BIAL to meet the demands of increasing passenger volumes and improve operational efficiency.

Under the terms of the three-year contract Unisys will manage the implementation of more than 20 new IT systems procured by BIAL for Phase 1 of T2. Unisys will also undertake systems integration of a complex network of IT and non-IT systems supporting the current infrastructure and the upcoming T2.

“T2 will infuse a much-needed volume, addressing growing passenger demand. It will transform the BLR Airport into a next-generation Airport with the latest technology, and boost capacity to serve customers over the next few decades. Unisys is well placed to support our vision by drawing on its expertise in the aviation industry, particularly in India, to manage this critical and complex end to end airport system integration engagement,” said Thomas Shimmin, chief project officer, BIAL.

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Matthew Driskill is the Editor of Asian Aviation and is based in Cambodia. He has been an Asia-based journalist and content producer since 1990 for outlets including Reuters and the International Herald Tribune/New York Times and is a former president of the Foreign Correspondents Club of Hong Kong. He frequently appears on international broadcast outlets like CNN, Al Jazeera and the BBC and has taught journalism at Hong Kong University and the American University of Paris. Driskill has received awards from the Associated Press for Investigative Reporting and Business Writing and in 1989 was named the John J. McCloy Fellow by the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University in New York where he earned his Master's Degree.

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