Brussels Airport Company has acquired data analysis and artificial intelligence startup Jetpack for an undisclosed amount.
Belgium-based Jetpack, which was set up in 2017 and has worked with Brussels Airport for several years, helps companies improve processes and speed up innovation by turning data into usable insights.
Brussels Airport plans to use the data and AI to optimize and expand its services to passengers.
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Jetpack will continue to develop its solutions independently as well as set up an innovation center focused on aviation.
“Brussels Airport’s investment in Jetpack fits in perfectly with our strategy of continuous improvement of our operational and commercial performance to serve our customers even better,” says Arnaud Feist, CEO of Brussels Airport Company.
“The optimization of our processes requires the real-time analysis of a large amount of data and the making of forecasts based on the increased use of artificial intelligence. Thanks to Jetpack, we will accelerate our developments in this field.”
Raphaël Krings, co-founder of Jetpack, adds: “Jetpack will continue to serve and grow its customer portfolio independently. Thanks to this privileged bond with Brussels Airport, which provides us with a formidable field of multi-industry development, we will be able to accelerate the development of innovative solutions for all our customers.”