Samsung Gear S3 & Gear S2 has received another app called “AwayYouGo”- the First Commercial Trial Takes Airport IT Responsiveness for Samsung Gear S3 & Gear S2.
Today, Samsung SDS America (SDSA) and Total Communicator Solutions, Inc. (TCS) has announces that they are joining hand with San Diego International Airport (SAN) to help airport IT operations become more responsive. So, it’s the first time that any airport IT department is collaborating with wearable like Samsung Gear S3 & Gear S2 to brain powering the solution.
The TCS’s Spark Compass™ intelligent communications platform provide location tracking and bidirectional communication with watches worn by airport staff, integrated within SAN’s existing operational infrastructure and data solutions.
Samsung Gear S3 & Gear S2 smartwatches are now being supported by the airport’s consumer-facing, Spark Compass–powered AwayYouGo app which already available for mobiles. With the help of AwayYouGo app on your Gear S2 & Gear S3, you can receive directions en route to the airport to real-time gate information and changes. The AwayYouGo App will also alert you when bags are on the carousel at the destination airport, made possible through GoTag secure Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) beacons that travelers attach to their luggage before setting out on their trip.
The AwayYouGo app on your Gear S2 & Gear S3 let you keep track of all your flight information right on your phone. Some of the features include Terminal maps, GoTag Support, Flight status and tracking, Traffic Conditions and Airport information.
Rick Belliotti, director, information and small business development at San Diego International Airport said during the announcement of AwayYouGo app for Samsung Gear S3 & Gear S2 event:
“We’ll be able to communicate through the user-friendliness of the smartwatch to deliver pinpoint responsiveness to IT issues,”
“We’re excited to be the first international airport in the world to use Samsung smartwatches, integrated with our existing Spark Compass implementation into our enterprise operation. The solution represents a foundation for workflow management that can hopefully be carried over into other areas of the airport.”