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Gozen Digital Aviation

Flight Operations

Gözen Digital Aviation (GDA) focuses on creating advanced digital solutions for the aviation industry while setting new standards of digital strategies for leading companies in the market. GDA is thrilled to generate high-functionality niches through the expertise gathered from multiple verticals of aviation. The Company’s vision is to accelerate growth in digital aviation activities, drive enhanced operating efficiencies and provide end-to-end service along with Gozen’s existing activities in the aviation ecosystem.

Operator is a web-based flight scheduling system that consolidates all operational support systems into one seamless solution to meet the unique requirements of ad-hoc operations such as business, charter, and corporate aviation. The product line will become a valuable addition to GDA’s portfolio to provide end-to-end digital solutions in aviation operations while continuing its operational excellence. GDA has plans to further develop Operator based on tailor-made solutions and experience as a service approach. With an outstanding focus on customer success, an aviation-oriented and dedicated team has been assigned to provide support on a 24/7 basis.

Simorg is the most comprehensive management software for flight training operations. It offers an integrated and technologically advanced solution that brings intelligence to your daily operations. With its user-friendly interface and intelligent features, Simorg enhances the efficiency and flexibility of your facility. It provides cutting-edge digital solutions for critical tasks such as scheduling, maintenance, compliance, reporting, and training.

Nabla Mobility


The primary problems of aviation remain efficiency and safety, with deep complexities residing in the interplay and balancing of the two. The common understanding is that there is tradeoff between efficiency and safety, especially in the real world operations, as aircraft encounter weather and traffic, and operators simultaneously prioritize on-time performance and passenger comfort.

Additionally, the global push for sustainability has meant that decarbonization has become the intrinsic goal of efficiency, as aviation produced 2% of total global emissions in 2022, while pledging carbon neutrality by 2050.

Is it possible to improve efficiency and safety simultaneously?

Is it possible to untangle all of the complexities that overload pilot’s situational awareness and complicate inflight decision making?

Is it possible to overcome the barriers to achieving higher levels of operational efficiency and direct decarbonization?

Is it possible for decarbonization to occur in short order, with a solution that is not short term?


Turbulence is the leading cause of airline safety incidents, accounting for 37% of all recorded incidents in the United States (this is a broad measure that includes ground, cabin and runway incidents). Traditional methods of navigating around turbulence are largely dependent on pilot’s intuition, backed up by training and accumulated experience.

In this way, pilots and operations teams are forced to contend with a complex decision-making process, while only having a coarse understanding of where turbulence may or may not be.

Ultimately, the limiting factor is the current level of technology involved with turbulence prediction. The granularity of current systems is 100x100km, and are primarily based on vertical wind shear (one of many factors in the manifestation of turbulence). This creates a gap between what is detectable by current systems, and what is relevant to pilots.

Currently, the best supplementary tool is PIREPS (Pilot Reports), that are circulated only after an initial aircraft has encountered turbulence significant enough to manually report. Apart from being retroactive, the extent and spread of turbulence remains unknown. PIREPS prompt wide, inefficient diversions by the following planes, often without the guarantee of complete avoidance.

This is an intractable problem that airlines are continually challenged by, and have been looking for solutions as far back as we can find.

The problem is also set to get worse, with academic studies finding that increased energy in the atmosphere due to global warming causes an increase in the incidence of turbulence. Conventional methods to avoid turbulence are expected to lose effectiveness.

Turbulence is already the leading cause of safety incidents, and set to get worse


Fuel efficiency is intrinsically tied to decarbonization, however balancing overall operational efficiency, through traffic, passenger comfort, safety and on time performance, requires increasing fuel consumption. Between 20-30% of airline expenditure is fuel. With fuel prices rising, ticket prices are increasing to compensate, putting pressure on affordability.

Traffic burns more fuel.

Ensuring passenger comfort burns more fuel.

Weather burns more fuel.

Ensuring on time performance burns more fuel.

Isolating and solving a single problem may only produce limited benefits, may be impossible to act on due to constraints or conditions, and may be factored out when unintended costs are considered. This is because the complexities of aviation are so tightly coupled with each other.



We apply Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence to untangle the complexities of aviation on behalf of pilots and operations teams. Our approach uses software to reduce fuel consumption and carbon by ingesting, reprocessing and upgrading flight plans with comprehensive, multi-objective, strategic flight optimizations for pilots, resulting in increased operational resilience.

The immediate effect is finding 4-5% (average maximum) more fuel optimization during cruise without hardware changes, regardless of fleet age, regardless of current or future engines and fuels.

What makes it different?

We take a fundamentally different approach to producing optimizations compared to conventional flight planning, and even compared to contemporary third party solutions. Untangle is built to solve multiple problems simultaneously with fine granularity, then comprehensively balance the results based on the needs of the pilot, and the goals of the operations team.

Comprehensive and balanced

In this way, Untangle is a framework for several ML/AI models to work in modular fashion. Each model is developed, tested, and validated independently, using state of the art techniques. The current version of Untangle combines a more accurate fuel model, a precise altitude optimization, and a high resolution global turbulence forecast. By themselves, multiple new, cutting edge models would facilitate new levels of optimization. But these benefits would remain fragmented, each siloed in its own domain. Together, with Untangle orchestrating them, they represent a method to simultaneously increase safety and efficiency.

Upgradable and expandable

Although the performance has been validated for all current models, none of them are standing still. Each is continually refined, and continuously developed based on what is learned. New versions, with better performance are on the way. Similarly, the current features represent the start of Untangle’s roadmap. More models are in the works, and new features will be added.

Untangle itself, as a framework for synthesizing and balancing these objectives, is continually improving, adding to the ways optimizations can be tailored to each carrier, and each pilot.

Multi-objective and tailored optimization

By simultaneously computing multiple objectives for in-flight operations Untangle is able to treat each as a parameter. The differing priorities and brand values of different airlines can be expressed by setting a desired balance between safety, comfort, on-time performance, and fuel efficiency.

For Operations

The tailoring of optimizations enables operations teams to set goals for the year at the organizational level, and set parameters for how flights will be optimized in order to realize those goals. These parameters can be tweaked at any point throughout the year, and apply to all flights that get optimized. Hitting operational goals should produce a knock-on effect of freeing up capital to devote to the purchase of SAF or SAFc, further accelerating decarbonization efforts.

For Pilots

Within this operational tailoring of optimizations, pilots still have the freedom to choose the best option to fit the context. Our technology is built to increase situational awareness through higher resolution forecasts, and precise avoidance. Rather than remove agency from pilots, or insert tactical instructions, we aim to provide strategic options. Multiple optimizations are generated for each flight, each optimization representing a strategic priority: safest, fastest, or most fuel efficient. The aim is to supplement the experience and skill of the pilot, and reduce the cognitive load involved in complex in-flight decision making.

Current features

Feature 00
Turbulence prediction

Our turbulence prediction capabilities come from building a physics based machine learning model developed to address a specific pain point for aviation: turbulence is a largely unseen and safety problem, that burns a significant amount of extra fuel. What if we could have a high resolution map of turbulence, and precisely avoid it? In an industry first, the turbulence prediction model does just that, with preliminary validation showing an increased prediction rate of 7-14x over VWS. The model also drastically increases the resolution of turbulence data, from 100x100km, down to 0.25 degrees.

Conventional wind shear model

NABLA Mobility turbulence prediction

Launch capabilities include:
  • 60 hours of prediction, minimum
  • Predictions that include CAT and MWT
  • High resolution data (0.25 degrees)
  • Global coverage
  • FL50 to FL450
  • 7-14x improved accuracy vs VWS models

enroute detection success

Learn more in White Paper 01: Better Strategies for Turbulence Avoidance >

Feature 01
Altitude optimization based turbulence avoidance

The altitude optimization model takes advantage of the high resolution turbulence prediction as a base by looking at conditions between waypoints, at an interval of 15NM, rather than only at waypoints, fundamentally opening up the options available with a fine grain grid. When it compares this high resolution reading of weather, it includes a granular understanding of the wind profile as well, in order to find tail winds and avoid headwinds. When paired with the precision of the fuel model, described below, the altitude optimization model finds the lowest cost path, the safest path, and the fastest path, presenting all as options for pilots to take advantage of. Additionally, speed settings are included in the recommendation to provide maximum control over fuel savings. Turbulence thresholds can be tailored as well, meaning that recommended paths will achieve the best efficiency available within a given passenger comfort and safety range.

fuel reduction (average maximum) during cruise phase

Learn more in White Paper 01: Better Strategies for Turbulence Avoidance >

Aircraft Performance Studies

For airlines and operators that do not need a full service as provided through our EFB Omni™ solution, but still require ad hoc support on Aircraft Performance services, Simpfly can still assist with our Specialists On Demand.

We provide any sort of specialized studies, including, but not limited to:

Escape Routes: depressurization and driftdown/engine-out procedures over high terrain designed for your specific fleet and kept updated following AIRAC cycle. Check out here all different formats we can provide and customize according to your needs.

Route Studies: check feasibility of new routes, with check of operations limitations and costs.

Aircraft Feasibility Study: for operations and commercial evaluation of acquiring a new aircraft model for your fleet.

Airport Risk Assessment: full safety risk assessment for new destinations and new obstructions within aerodromes areas.

Want to check if we can support you with a specific demand? Schedule a call with us.


Smart PERFORMANCE system is a state-of-the-art web based single and multipoint take-off and landing computation management application for pilots, dispatchers and performance engineers. System is multipurpose in the sense, that it was designed to meet the needs of performance department of all-sizes-airlines. Smart PERFORMANCE allows a great deal of flexibility and customization, especially when it comes to aircraft database – the GUI is in essence a framework, allowing to define virtually any aircraft configuration item, validation rule or input parameter, and use it later during the calculation.

Key Features:

  • Takeoff and landing computations based on manufacturers’ SCAP modules (multi- and single point computations)
  • Interfaces with OEM
  • Highly effective and available computational tools
  • Thrust optimization capabilities for extended engine-life
  • Integration with real-time Weather and MEL information
  • Landing WAT and required distance calculation
  • Thrust optimization capabilities for extended engine-life
  • Advanced Aircraft and Airport database management features
  • Support for all major aircraft types
  • Transaction archive with query and export functions
  • Highly effective and efficient computational tools tailored to user-specific needs
  • Access to the system through cockpit ACARS requests, using the same computation engine and providing the same performance level as the ground-based system
  • Integrated with S4A Smart LOAD for improved calculations using the actual take-off weight and CG position
  • Integration with S4A Smart COMM and all other Smart4Aviation products

N-Ops Control Center

N-Ops Control Center

When it comes to efficiently manage your flights, N-Flight Planning, N-Tracking, N-RAIM & N-Performance provide you with an exhaustive suite of solutions.
N-Flight Planning

N-Ops Control Center Crew solutions address all aspects of crew management: from pairing optimization, to preferential bidding systems along with day to day operations management, NAVBLUE can provide the entire suite of crew systems.
N-Crew Planning

RTTO Performance software

RTTO is a real time and powerful performance computation tool. Its design is studied to fit on any kind of hardware and the ergonomic has been studied to minimize the possibility of human error.

RTTO can be fully administrated by the airline, meaning that all settings and updates can be managed across the administrator dashboard.

RTTO and our airport database has been approved by several aviation authorities including Luxemburg, Switzerland, Belgium, the Netherlands, France, South Africa, Ukraine, Russia…

A weight and balance section is included in the software, allowing your company to remain independent from expensive handling contracts.

Airport Database

ACFT PERFO offers a worldwide airport database compliant with all EU OPS and FAA regulations.
The database, under permanent notam watch-out is made available 24/7 via oursecured and user friendly website.

We have developed state of the art tools to optimize the engine out routes. They guarantee the highest safety standards and allow optimum payloads. This induces savings by reducing engine power settings and stress.

The database is compliant with all existing formats and our engineers are able to respond to any specific demand in airport study.


AVTECH is a Swedish innovations company and one of the leaders in the global development of Performance-based Operations (PBO). AVTECH’s services increases FMS optimization and utilization and the company has a unique cooperation with Met Office (UK), one of the only two authorized World Area Forecast Centres for aviation weather. Met Office has developed a weather forecast model, High-Resolution Weather (HRW) which leaves the standard ICAO weather data far behind in terms of accuracy. This means that AVTECH has exclusive access to the world’s most accurate weather model on the market.

reduces fuel consumption by supplying the on-board flight computer with up-to-date meteorological information. This service derives wind and temperature information from Met Office, process this information to fit any individual flight and then transmits the information to the correct aircraft. The weather data, the most accurate available in the world, and AVTECH’s patented algorithms allows for exceptional results when it comes to wind up-linking. We are proud to say that we have the best wind uplink service in the world, resulting in fuel being saved, a remarkable time accuracy for the aircraft and with one of the simplest installations on the market.

is designed for airlines that have ACARS but that is not fully automated. The pilot receives the same high-quality information as from Aventus NowCast but enters the weather data manually. Our customer indicates a very good result and as the pilots experience a better airplane performance, the willingness to utilize the service has been extremely high.

is just at the beginning of an almost unlimited potential. Having access to MET Office complete weather data, we combine wind, temperature and turbulence in one complete system. It is a high-quality tool that very adequately presents weather hazards (such as Icing, Turbulence, Volcanic ash, etc) to your aircraft, is a real-time weather alerting system which communicates through ACARS and assures your company’s aircraft are notified to new meteorological hazards related to the actual route in the FMS. SIGMA focuses on applying only the parts of hazardous weather which affect your flight and alerts are related to points in your flight plan (instead of LAT/LONG).

Safer flight, reduced fuel burn and lower emissions.
Combining AVTECH’s premium services Aventus NowCast and SIGMA results in a unique decision support tool for professional pilots. Using the tailored weather information and flight path optimization leads to a safer flight both for passengers and crew and reduces the fuel burn and emissions. 

 All flight related weather information presented and visualized in a single place. Powered by the Met Office 10K Resolution Global Weather model proFlight can improve the safety and comfort of passengers and crew. The forecast is tailored to the flight ́s trajectory and time. Turbulence can be avoided or reduced. If turbulence is encountered, the crew will have the best information possible for the climb/descent decision. If you would like to know more about the proFLIGHT™ application, sign up for a free trial.

AVTECHs latest product is the In-flight Cruise Profile Optimizer who was released fall 2019.
The Optimizer provides pilots with vertical flight path optimization in-flight, resulting in significant fuel and time savings per flight. The unique API providing 10K data from the Met Office in combination with AVTECH’s advanced algorithms and computing power results in a 4-dimensional trajectory (latitude, longitude, altitude and time) divided into cubes of only 10 km horizontally, which reduces up to 50% of the normal wind forecast error.

The solution utilizes existing aircraft hardware and data communications (ACARS, ARINC, FMS, etc.), requiring no new hardware, software or aircraft modifications investment and delivers the key profile data to the pilots in the flight deck via an EFB device or simply via the cockpit printer or display. For more information about the optimizer please view our webinar here at AircraftIT: https://www.aircraftit.com/webinars/flight-cruise-profile-optimizer-demo-and-overview-webinar/?area=ops

To read more about our products and to download product sheets please visit our website.

To learn more about 10K weather watch this video!


Flight Data Analytics Platform and Trajectory Optimization Tools

Honeywell’s GoDirect™ Flight Efficiency offering combines our flight data analytics platform with our growing suite of trajectory optimization tools to unlock savings using data-driven decision-making.

GoDirect Flight Efficiency brings together all flight variables in one place, including flight plans, weather, navigation charts, aircraft performance and more to give customers a comprehensive look at fleet and environment data, to lock in flight schedules, to increase efficiencies and to reduce costs.

Key Benefits

  • Integrates flight data into a one-stop shop, combined with powerful advisory and routing tools.
  • Provides clear analysis and real-time insights.
  • Improves data quality across the organization. Better quality means better decisions.
  • Unlocks savings beyond standard efficiency initiatives.

Helping Airlines Make Real-Time Decisions on Operations

Here are some of the ways GoDirect Flight Efficiency helps operators and pilots streamline for increased efficiency and savings:

  • Efficient flight paths: Pilots can view historical flight trajectories from an airline to request shortcuts in real time, even when up in the air. Airlines can also hone in on opportunities for savings by evaluating the use of procedures like acceleration altitude reduction and continuous descent operations at airports where they are applicable since climb and descent phases typically use high amounts of fuel.
  • Historical information on airports: The service allows pilots to visualize approaches into and out of an airport and typical holding patterns, which is especially useful when flying into unfamiliar locations. It also allows the pilot to make decisions on standard fuel-saving initiatives, such as using a single engine to taxi out to the runway.
  • Adjusting for changing variables: Airlines create flight plans based on information around winds and temperatures that can change from the time the plan is made to the time it is executed. GoDirect Flight Efficiency’s vertical optimization tool allows pilots and operators to adjust the altitude of the flight plan based on current information, which is also crucial in fuel savings.

Proven Value to Customers

Honeywell’s flight data analytics platform is used by more than 30 customers across the globe managing more than 2,300 aircrafts every day. Customers already have used the analytics tool and vertical optimization app to save thousands of tons of fuel.

The GoDirect service is currently available for purchase and is on a subscription basis that can scale to the size of any airline’s needs and budget.

Scalable and Flexible Solution

GoDirect Flight Efficiency can be scaled to meet any customer’s needs. GoDirect Flight Efficiency is extensively adaptable and has delivered value to carriers of all kinds and sizes, from the largest airline fleets in the world to small charter operators and cargo carriers.

We also offer highly rated workshops to familiarize customers and their stakeholders with the GoDirect Flight Efficiency tools, facilitating low-impact implementation and rapid results.

Flygprestanda AB

Being a family-business globally recognized as a quality service
provider since 1969, Flygprestanda is a one of a kind occurrence within
the industry. Flygprestanda has long since been established as one of
the forerunners in the field of aircraft performance services and
performance engineering.

Flygprestanda offers a wide selection of services, all based on high
quality airport and aircraft specific performance data used by airline
operators around the world. Flygprestanda specializes in take-off and
landing calculations configured in accordance with each customers
Aircraft Flight Manual (AFM). The aircraft performance data is then
integrated by chosen service with Flygprestandas proprietary world wide
airport database containing over 8000 airports. This makes for
unprecedented, customer configured service quality.

Whether it be Route Performance Manuals, stand-alone Airport
Analysis, Drift Down Calculations, Aircraft Mass & Balance
calculations or the stellar Guru2 performance software tablet EFB
application, the primary objective for Flygprestanda is to provide
customers with first class service quality, impeccable flight
performance data and up-to-date airport analysis for all airports and