Clinton National Airport

Security, Communications and Technology Planning and Design

Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport (Little Rock National Airport) serves the city of Little Rock, Arkansas. The airport is the busiest in the state and is a major air taxi and general aviation facility in the region. The airport is served by the regional subsidiaries of the US majors.


Los Angeles World Airports

Los Angeles World Airports TBIT Renovation Project

JWG personnel were responsible for all activities associated with the design, development, and implementation of an integrated suite of systems to support the Tom Bradley International Terminal. This system includes Common Use Passenger Processing, an Operational Database, an Electronic Visual Information Display System, a Resource Management System, and an integrated...


Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport

Airport Information Management System (AIMS)

Following the recommendations of an Information Technology Master Plan completed by members of the JW Group, the Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport (FLL) developed an initiative to migrate to a Common Use Passenger Processing environment. To support this new environment, members of the JW Group performed initial planning activities, developed...


Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport

Information Technology Master Plan (ITMP) and Shared Tenant Services (STS) Analysis

The JW Group, as part of a team of consultants, recently completed a technology master plan for the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. Included in the ITMP was a review and analysis of the campus communications infrastructure and telecommunications services for the Kenton County Aviation Board (KCAB) and its tenants on the airport campus. The recommendations...


Cleveland Hopkins International Airport

IT Master Plan

Cleveland Airport has recently completed a port wide strategic plan. The plan articulated numerous goals and objectives to improve customer service, enhance safety, improve internal communications and operations. Technology will play a key role in achieving these goals.