EAST SYRACUSE, N.Y. Feb. 28, 2011
Sensis Aerobahn combines airside operational information, such as flight schedules, with the exact location and identification of aircraft and vehicles on the surface of the airport and surrounding airspace for a real-time, comprehensive view of airport operations. Users can observe departure queues, view actual arrival demand and contrast the demand with available gates for arriving aircraft. Aerobahn’s event alerting capability empowers users to create their own customized filters to more quickly and better identify critical operating conditions and issues such as long on-board delays. All events are recorded for future playback to identify trends, develop new procedures that mitigate delays or similar events in the future and provide justification for process improvements. Aerobahn also provides users with the ability to create their own reports based on numerous variables for detailed analysis of operations.
Chatting on the Aerobahn platform operates similarly to other commercial chat software. Authorized users are provisioned by administrators and all messages are secure and archived for auditing or review during playback. Specific chat groups focused on common issues can be created for targeted communication. Users can drag and drop specific flights and associated data directly into the chat screen to easily highlight flights of interest or those requiring special attention or handling.
"With Aerobahn chat, airport stakeholders can eliminate the time consuming and inefficient task of placing numerous telephone calls and voicemails every day in an attempt to communicate between organizations," said Kaminski. "For example, airlines and gate operators can instantly chat on Aerobahn about flight status, off-block times, or gate changes. Additionally, an ANSP can broadcast a message to all users about configuration changes, weather or airfield conditions."
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