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British Airways & Tokyo Train Station innovative Technology
The article complacently discusses the benefits of the Cutting Edge Technology in aiding the train transport system in Tokyo Japan. Like the author’s idea when he clarifies that the application of a simple gadget such as IPAD can be synchronized to a Cutting Edge Technology to serve an extensive transport infrastructure. The discussion brings up to the issue of cutting-edge technology as a concept that can be utilized to collate different activities into and synchronize them into one device. A similar sentiment is supported by Sibilia (2008) who argues that technology is considered efficient is it is capable of performing its role (Sibilia, C. 2008). Most of all, the author discusses the concept of the Cutting Edge Technology in a more simple way even a non-specialist can grasp the benefits. While the discussion talks about the benefits of the technology, it has also gone far ahead to addresses some of the risks associated with the cutting edge technology. For that reason, I find the author to be competent and quite conversant with the issue of cutting-edge technology.
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The author discusses how the use of IOS applications and devices in the cutting-edge technology has improved the British Airways (BA). It has fostered customer engagement, share essential flight updates, rebook travel and track luggage. According to the author, use of the cutting-edge technology has improved the services through Flight React application. It is an application that allows rebooking of up to 150 passengers in 20 minutes reducing the amount of time for passenger processing and the stress related to it. Despite the advantages of cutting-edge technology in British Airways, it also has its disadvantages; it can result in system failure and unreliability as the author addresses (Potts, N., et al, 2017).
- Potts, N., Martin, D. S. E., & Hoy, L. (2017). Critical incident analysis: Equip to avoid failure. Journal of Perioperative Practice, 27(4), 77-81.
- Sibilia, C. (2008). Photonic crystals: Physics and technology. Milano: Springer.