JFK Airport – Benefits of Cargo Movement Technology Solutions

In 2021, ESI collaborated with the Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation (CAIT) at Rutgers University and Cayuga Partners to evaluate the potential benefits of technology systems to improve the flow of cargo at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York.

The team evaluated challenges and opportunities in the movement of cargo through one the country’s busiest airports, with a focus on technology best practices that could better facilitate and optimize truck movements, reducing wait times and congestions. ESI developed a preliminary business case for technology investments, based on analysis of the current private and public sector losses from inefficient cargo management, scenarios analysis of the potential benefits from improvement, and potential operating and governance models to implement and manage and improved technology system.

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Key Technical Applications

  • Comparative Analysis
  • Cost-Benefit Analysis

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