News  |  Mar 09, 2023  |  Anne Keener

Arora Attending and Presenting at Passenger Terminal Expo 2023

  • Passenger Terminal Expo 2023

Arora Engineers (Arora) is excited to attend and present at the upcoming Passenger Terminal Expo 2023! Passenger Terminal Expo provides the opportunity for airports and airlines to debate current issues and form business relationships on a global scale, with 10,000+ people from at least 130 countries attending each year. Attendees will have the opportunity to see industry leaders share their innovations, knowledge and insight through a comprehensive and diverse range of conferences and panel discussions. If you are attending, be sure to say hello to our Arora team and attend our session!

Event Date: March 14-16, 2023

Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

Session Information:

Be sure to attend the session attend the session “Kansas City Airport (MCI) Asset Management Program and BIM/Maximo Integration” on March 16th from 9:05-9:35 AM to hear from Arora’s President and CEO, Manik Arora, PE!

Kansas City International Airport (MCI) opened its new US $1.5 billion terminal and garage and sought to incorporate asset management software that allowed it to monitor and manage the full lifecycle of MCI’s enterprise assets, such as facilities, communications, transportation, production and infrastructure. Arora and EDI implemented Maximo and established project delivery standards for the seamless migration of data from the BIM model to Maximo. Arora and EDI ensured operations and maintenance staff were able to use and maintain the entire new facility from day one and reduced MCI’s implementation costs by approximately 50% with digital delivery.

Audiences will learn:

  • How to maintain the lifecycle of an asset from design to construction to maintenance.
  • How to lower an airport’s investment to create and maintain asset data.
  • The challenges and solutions during the implementation and migration of data.
  • The advantage and cost savings of implementing asset management programs during design and construction versus retrofitting.
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