Since moving to Singapore about two years ago, I've fallen in love with Changi Airport. It's the best Airport in the world.
It wouldn't surprise me that these kiosks running old software had complaints like:
- Some Web sites simply wouldn't work
- Or work with much reduced functionality
- Wastes people's time without having good form validation controls resulting in form submission errors
- Have a range of security issues since it's so out of date
If Changi airport would upgrade their ~550 Internet stations software to run Webconverger:
- Changi Airport would instantly go from 42 to 455 points with the http://html5test.com/ for far better Web experience and happier users
- Users of the kiosks would have better Web experiences with privacy and safety improvements - better security for passengers
- Kiosks running Webconverger would auto update to track the latest Firefox developments, ensuring it doesn't just stay at 455 points - always getting better
Webconverger is used by various US, New Zealand and UK government institutions and several banks. There are at least six thousand machines running Webconverger software all around the world, software made right here in Singapore.