GCR’s Tim Walsh to speak at AAAE Galveston Conference

NEW ORLEANS, LA., MARCH 1, 2016 – GCR Inc.’s Director of Aviation Services, Tim Walsh, will speak at the 2016 American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) South Central Chapter’s annual conference. This year’s conference is being held in Galveston, Texas, at the Moody Gardens Hotel & Convention Center on March 6 through March 8. The conference allows regional aviation professionals to network with peers, meet industry representatives, and learn about related products and services.


Tim will take part in the IT Development for Airports session on the afternoon of Monday, March 7. The panel will be moderated by Lana Van Marter, A.A.E., I.A.P., Director of Transportation, Commercial Development for the Houston Airport System. The panel will also feature a presentation by Mark Sapp, AirIT’s Senior Vice President for Business Development.

leadership_walshTim plans to speak about how airports are partnering with the private sector to develop new and creative technology solutions to meet their strategic goals. AAAE is leading the industry with its launch of the Airport Innovation Accelerator and airports of all sizes are working with local and national firms to provide new services to passengers and improve operational efficiencies.

With an impressive background in airport management and consulting, Tim joined GCR Inc.’s innovative team of airport domain experts, aviation planners, and solutions architects in 2012. He assumed the lead within the Airport Operations Systems division, and has been instrumental in broadening GCR’s pursuit of diverse airport work.

About GCR
GCR Inc. combines consulting services with software products, custom software solutions, data analytics, and GIS to solve complex problems for state and local governments, airports, and utilities throughout the U.S. and internationally. GCR’s airport products are installed in over 65 airports throughout the world.

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