Seeking The End of The Lines
Air travel without long queues and gridlocked terminals? It's a frequent flyer's dream. But IBM may be on the verge of making it a reality. The computer maker's Paris office this week begins marketing the PaxFlow Simulator, a hardware-software system it claims can predict the number of passengers at particular locations and times in an airport one week in advance,

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