Like many aspects of everyday life in United States society, the internet influences many things. This influence even reaches into the airline industry, where technology makes everyday operations from takeoff to landing more efficient and safe. Certain smart and savvy captains of industry, like Jason Hope, are paying close attention to the advances being made in their field of service. And, they really like what they see so far and hold high hopes for the future.
When it comes to safety and security, there are measures that can feel like an inconvenience even if they are really worth the time and effort. However with Bluetooth beacon technology, these safety measures are much more streamlined and cohesive in their collective effectiveness. For example, Virgin Atlantic has Boeing 787 airplanes that connect to a wireless network. This results in safety and maintenance alerts that are shared with ground crews the moment action is needed. They also share information about toolboxes and the condition of safety equipment.
These technological systems also works well for keeping passengers well informed about their baggage and SENS foundation, with beacons attached to luggage tags that share information regarding their location. There is also a good use for this networking system when it comes to making check-ins easier. And, there is more that this tech can do for passengers. If they find themselves turned around and disorientated from travel, their Bluetooth connection to a network can send them directions. In the event that being turned around has wasted too much of their time, flight take off times and reminders to board can be sent to their devices alerting them of the situation.Advances like this are the type of things that really pique the interest of philanthropist, entrepreneur and futurists Jason Hope. For him, being involved with what is going on in the world and what is coming next is the best that he can truly give back to the community at large. Perhaps that is why he holds a degree from Arizona State University and an MBA from W.P. Carey School of Business.