The Arizona based philanthropist and technology investor Jason Hope has recently been explaining just how the airline industry is hoping to improve the experience for all passengers through the use of connectivity, wireless, and Bluetooth technology. The use of new data sharing technology and improved sensors has allowed Air Asia to work with GE to save on fuel by examining where and how fuel efficiency was affected; in developing this kind of technology airlines can lower ticket costs through fuel savings and help protect the environment from carbon emissions.
Alongside lowering ticket costs the airline industry is also looking to improve the customer experience from the moment a passenger steps into an airport. Among the improvements made with technological advances are the use of mobile devices to pass on information about directions and gate closing times; making sure all aspects of the customer experience are impressive also now includes the chance to provide information on wait times at restaurants and bars within each connected airport.
The philanthropist Jason Hope has been a strong supporter of the right to education for all people across the nation and points to his own educational experiences of achieving a large level of success as an investment specialist following his attainment of undergraduate and graduate degrees at Arizona State University.
Among the programs being backed by Jason Hope are the Sponsor A Teacher program being operated across the state of Arizona and a number of other philanthropic programs looking into researching various medical conditions, such as leukemia and lymphoma.
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