Aviation Starts on the Ground
GroundStar is the complete software solution for optimizing airport and airline ground operations. Curious? Request our brochure for more information.
Imagine being able to inform your customers two or more weeks in advance that a critical resource situation will make it impossible to cover all tasks as planned. How much time and effort could be saved by knowing this information beforehand? Being able to "look into the future" is important for precisely calculating the available resources for different possible scenarios (assumption) and planning them in advance based on shifting situations. Planning and Aviation Rostering Software, driven by advanced technologies such as hybrid Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning and proprietary algorithms, has proven an essential solution in meeting this goal.
When it comes to supporting optimal flight schedules, managing ground staff fluctuations is critical. Without this, there could be a domino effect bringing negative consequences across all operational areas. By working with assumptions, it is possible to improve the assessment of flight schedule changes using “what-if” analyses. Planners can create long-term, mid-term and short-term resource plans for staff and equipment based on different scenarios and changing variables towards maximizing capacity utilization. But what if we could go one step further, and instead of working with assumptions alone, we could predict resource availability well in advance of the day of operation?
Aviation has become one of her great passions since she first got on an airplane at the age of 5. Years later, namely in 2020, that passion led her to a career at INFORM, where she started as Marketing Manager in the Aviation Division. Today, she is responsible for digital projects, particularly those relating to social media.