Airport, CMU partner on innovation lab

Carnegie Mellon University and Pittsburgh International Airport will partner to create the Aviation Innovation Laboratory that will develop and deploy high-tech projects around the airport.
The lab was announced Thursday during a news conference at
Pittsburgh International Airport with Allegheny County Airport Authority CEO Christina Cassotis and CMU President Farnham Jahanian.
The memorandum of understanding builds on three years of previous work between the airport and CMU. CMU faculty and students from its Metro 21: Smart Cities Institute will work on projects throughout the airport.