Rosina Kotey | Innovation Lead
Schiphol Group

Rosina Kotey, Innovation Lead, Schiphol Group

Rosina Kotey, currently Innovation Lead at Royal Schiphol Group, is the driving force behind the “Autonomous Airside Operations” innovation programme. She dreams of achieving her long-term vision for airside, in which all activities are intelligently steered to allow for more efficient, safe and sustainable operations. By leveraging cutting edge technology - such as autonomous vehicles, robotics, drones, artificial intelligence, and machine learning - she aims to transform Royal Schiphol Group's airports into the most sustainable and high-quality airports in the world. 

An experienced innovator with a thorough history in the aviation industry, Rosina is skilled at improving and optimizing operational processes in many different environments. She always sets out to find common ground between the parties in an ecosystem, to then co-create the perfect solution, product, or process while taking all perspectives into account. The key to achieving such shared victories for difficult challenges lies in Rosina's enthusiasm and her ability to project an optimistic outlook that all stakeholders feel proud to take part in.

Appearances:



World Aviation Festival Day 2 @ 15:10

How Schiphol aims to be a fully autonomous and sustainable airport by 2050

  • What are the challenges of implementing autonomous tech in the airport environment?
  • Understanding the role of robotics, drones, autonomous assets and vehicles in order to build more sustainable and zero emission ground operation?
    • How can you use machine learning intelligence models and digital twins to help plan resources and assets?

World Aviation Festival Day 2 @ 15:55

Future of Mobility Panel: How can airports fully embrace multimodal and interoperable mobility ecosystems to deliver sustainability goals and offer a superior passenger experience?

  • How can airports deliver on increased digital interaction and integrated mobility as a response to the pandemic?
  • In what way will Mobility As A Service (MaaS) platforms further integrate with airlines and airports?
  • How could future modes such as Hyperloop change the way passengers and cargo operations interact with the airport?
  • Creating innovation hubs at airports to explore new modes of transport and new areas of revenue generation
  • How will air taxis, drones and autonomous vehicles integrate in to the airport mobility ecosystem?
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