It may be disconcerting to know your phone can be used to track your every step, but that information can also be used for good — at least at New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport.
An entire system was launched this week at Terminal 4 to track the location of travelers’ phones in order to measure wait times at security checkpoints, customs areas and even the taxi queue.
As passengers enter the terminal and maneuver through the checkpoints, the tracking system monitors Wi-Fi and Bluetooth signals from smartphones. Read more…
The post How your phone could help speed you through New York City’s busiest airport appeared first on Elite Limo Blog.