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Future-Proof Connected Aircraft with Plug-In 5G WQAR / AID for Real-Time Flight Deck and Ground Ops Data Webinar [FLYHT AFIRS Edge+; Upgrade from 2G/3G/4G Wireless AIDs and QARs in 5 Mins – Future-Proof Aircraft for 20+ years]

Register to attend this Webinar, to see how the new innovative multifunction avionics platform AFIRS (Automated Flight Information Reporting System) Edge+ from FLYHT, provides airlines and operators worldwide, operating any fleet or aircraft, with the on-board tools and the connectivity required to future-proof any aircraft for the next 20 years, and take complete control over the on-board data (QAR, DAR, and more). During the Webinar the FLYHT team will showcase how AFIRS Edge+ is a plug-in upgrade 5G Wireless QAR that can be installed in 5 minutes for both new and existing aircraft, replacing old 2G/3G/4G Wireless AIDs and QARs, and preparing fleets for the future with 4G sunset on the horizon. As you will see, the solution seamlessly flows operational data during all phases of flight to the flight deck or to ground applications.  The data can then be used to enhance any operational analytics needs; from safety to fuel saving, from real-time aircraft tracking and alerting to predictive maintenance, to EFB applications onboard.  Airlines have the option to interface the data with existing third-party apps and software, or with FLYHT’s own suite of AI powered real-time operational tools and Apps.  

Through focusing on the many challenges airlines face with utilizing outdated and traditional QAR / WQAR solutions, you will see how AFIRS Edge+ technology redefines aircraft operational data strategies both onboard and offboard, moving beyond traditional wireless QARs and disrupting the current reliance on ACARS / Telex messaging for connecting aircraft with ground systems.

The Webinar is divided into the following key sections:

  1. Does your airline face the following issues using ACARS and legacy Wireless AID or QAR solutions? If so, you can’t afford to miss this Webinar:
    First, the FLYHT team will talk through some coming problems facing airlines and operators today:

    Wireless AID / QAR systems
    – Wasted line maintenance effort on manual routine tasks such as FADEC downloads, QAR data collection, and FDR downloads following incidents.
    – Slow and unreliable data harvesting impacting on the integrity of your FOQA/FDM programs.
    – Insufficient flight data affecting predictive maintenance analytics.
    – The need to upgrade or replace existing WQARs or AIDs hardware due to 3G sunset and anticipated 4G sunset.

    ACARS systems
    – Issues with VHF coverage, interference, and jamming.
    – Engine warranty risks from data losses due to ACARS problems.
    – The growing use of ACARS messaging that is forecast to reach a breaking point.
    – Concerns over operational disruptions from CPDLC / ATC communication breakdown.
    – Future ACARS upgrade mandates for enhanced Air Traffic Control communications.

    ACMS & Aircraft Based Observations (ABO) reporting
    – Costly changes to ACMS and ACARS system databases; maintenance burdens and delays.
    – Challenges in participating in the IATA Turbulence Aware program and providing crucial AMDAR data for improved weather forecasting.

    Data Loading systems
    – Compliance and cybersecurity concerns with onboard and portable data loaders.
    – Delays in updating navigation databases and other critical software, impacting aircraft readiness.

    Legacy Avionics Cyber Security
    – Concerns over the security of ACARS data and legacy Wireless QARs, AID systems.
    – Challenges in implementing PKI within new and existing aircraft avionics systems.

    Ground Operations aircraft data
    – Lack of accessible flight data to optimize turn monitoring and management.
    – Issues with meeting aircraft turnaround times and managing fuel efficiency due to poor APU management.


  2. Key Benefits of FLYHT’s 5G AFIRS Edge System:
    Next, you will see how AFIRS Edge technology solves all these challenges, providing airlines and operators with the on-board tools and connectivity required to:

    – Modernize operational connectivity that lasts the lifetime of your newest aircraft.
    – Enhance flight safety and operational efficiency with a comprehensive data harvesting solution.
    – Upgrade your QAR/DAR data transmission security with robust Public Key Infrastructure.
    – Reduce reliance on ACARS, enhancing data messaging security and reliability.
    – Ensure compliance with new regulations, securing avionics software and data loading processes.

    The FLYHT team will showcase specifically how the solution assists the following areas:

    (i) For Flight Operations — Improved Reliability, Efficiency, Safety and Compliance:

    – Future-proof Dual QAR/DAR for Flight Safety Analysis (FOQA/FDM).
    – Secure Data Harvesting for operations and fuel efficiency initiatives.
    – Comprehensive aircraft tracking and real-time in-flight data streaming.

    (ii) For the Flight Deck — Reduced Pilot Workload and Data Costs:

    – Designed for all your chosen EFB applications.
    – Flight deck Wi-Fi and enhanced Aircraft Interface Device (eAID) in a single unit.
    – Reliable EFB IP connection gate-to-gate, including taxi-in and taxi-out.
    – 1 TB A679 Network Attached Storage (NAS), remotely managed storage for EFB and Maintenance applications.
    – ACMS & ACARS over IP – increased data capacity at lower cost with 100% global coverage.
    – EFB charging supporting Ethernet, Lightning, and USB-C devices.

    (iii) For Maintenance & Engineering — Reduced AOGs & Operational Disruptions:

    – Massive sensor data harvesting for aircraft predictive maintenance.
    – Engine (FADEC) & FDR download on demand or every landing.
    – ARINC 645-1 compliant Onboard Data Loading including Wireless Distribution & Storage.
    – Comprehensive telematics and real-time aircraft health management.
    – Onboard aircraft data access and Wi-Fi connectivity for line maintenance.
    – On demand real-time data streaming for remote aircraft troubleshooting.

    (iv) For Innovation — Enabling Airline Digital Transformation:

    – 5G/4G/3G airport connectivity global roaming service for similar cost to domestic data.
    – Global Satcom connectivity with Iridium Certus service.
    – Remote Over-The-Air (OTA) managed.
    – Onboard App Hosting.
    – Next generation Edge Logic Application (ELA) ACMS featuring on-wing Machine Learning Inference.
    – Internet of Things (IoT) Data Gateway.
    – Cloud Native featuring AWS IoT Greengrass technology.
    – Supports private 4G and 5G airport network deployments.
    – Touchless fleet-wide Edge updates, application, and configuration management.


  3. FLYHT’s Avionics Data and Connectivity Technology Advantage; Plus Data Integrations and Software Demos.
    Finally, the FLYHT team will show how the AFIRS Edge system is at the forefront of ensuring cleaner, safer, and more efficient airline operations over the next two decades, addressing crucial technological, environmental, and operational challenges.

    You will also see how airlines can use the integrated real-time data, and can supercharge existing Apps and solutions, such as EFBs, Fuel Optimization systems, or Predictive Maintenance Solutions. To show the value of the data, the FLYHT team will demo two of their own, including FuelSense to reduce fuel consumption in all phases of flight, and ClearPoint to monitor APU usage and improve turnaround processes.

Register now to learn how FLYHT’s next generation 5G AFIRS Edge technology can elevate your airline’s operations. Experience firsthand how easy it is, with FLYHT’s 5G AFIRS Edge system, to drive significant operational improvements across your fleet. Secure your spot today!

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of Flight Operations software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Operations IT Vendors.

For a full list of upcoming Webinars Click Here
For a full list of On-Demand Webinar sessions Click Here


Real-Time Turbulence Alerts and Data Analysis Apps for Pilots and Dispatch Demo Webinar [SkyPath 5.0 Pilot and Dispatch Walkthrough Demos; Nowcasting AI/ML Powered Short-Term Turbulence Predictions; Voice & Text Alerts; PIREPs; Data Analysis & Reports]

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 11th April 2024) and join SkyPath as they demo the latest version of their innovative and unique real-time turbulence analysis, alerting, and reporting Apps, as used by airlines worldwide such as United, American Airlines, Japan Airlines, and more; with 70,000 pilots using the app, and generating 752 million turbulence reports, and 4 million Turbulence Alerts annually.  As you will see, SkyPath is a software only solution and does not require any aircraft integration. It is available in stand-alone Apps for pilots, dispatch, and management, or as an integrated layer in any EFB platform, providing real-time en-route, graphically visualized turbulence reports, as well as PIREPs, and vocal and text alerts warning of Turbulence ahead.  During the Webinar, SkyPath experts will take you on demos of the solution, firstly from a pilot’s perspective for a typical flight using the flight deck App; followed by the Web App as used by dispatch to monitor each flight, and by management for incident analysis, and to draw up analytics and reports.  The demos will also showcase the newest features in SkyPath (5.0). Firstly Nowcasting, a predictive AI / ML powered model utilizing real-time turbulence observations and meteorological parameters to predict short-term turbulence, for up to 6 hours, with a detection rate of more than 90%.  Next how pilots can report official PIREPs through the App which are transmitted directly to NOAA’s systems.  With rising Turbulence from global warming, as you will see, SkyPath offers vital insights to both Pilots and Dispatchers, providing real-time Turbulence data and Turbulence predictions, enabling immediate action.

The Webinar begins with a look at the challenges of rising turbulence before giving an overview of the solution.  You will see how, by collecting turbulence data from every aircraft equipped with the app on the pilot’s iPad (using a patented algorithm utilizing the iPad’s accelerometer), SkyPath autonomously maps the sky. The information is then shared with the whole SkyPath community using crowdsourcing technology. The solution additionally normalizes the turbulence data taking the airplane’s type into consideration (weight, wing length, etc.). As you will see, via case studies, SkyPath predicts 75% of turbulence-related injury events, and drives a 40-50% decrease in the number of injuries per month among SkyPath users.

The Webinar is divided into three key sections:

  1. Overview of SkyPath; Industry Turbulence Problems; Latest Developments
    First, the SkyPath team will outline the challenge of rising turbulence, which is forecast to further increase in the next few years and become more severe.  You will learn about the technology SkyPath is based on (using a patented algorithm utilizing the iPad’s accelerometer), before a look at the ecosystem of solutions, as stand-alone Apps for pilots, dispatch, and management, or as an integrated layer in any EFB platform. You will then see the latest developments and new features in Version 5.0, including Nowcasting, a predictive AI / ML powered model utilizing real-time turbulence observations and meteorological parameters to predict short-term turbulence. You will also see how pilots can report official PIREPs through the App.  Lastly the SkyPath team will provide a sneak peak of new capabilities they are working on.

  2. SkyPath Demo 1: Pilot App for Typical Flight
    Next, you will see a SkyPath demo from a pilot’s perspective following a typical flight.  You will see how Pilot’s use the App to upload a flight plan, get an overview of the flight ahead – through a ’ride quality feature and a vertical view of the entire flight path.  You will see how a pilot receives both vocal and text notification of turbulence ahead (even when the app is in the background), and you will see the different weather layers available through SkyPath and how to see the relevant weather information at different altitudes. Finally, the SkyPath team will demonstrate how to submit an official PIREP through the App.

  3. SkyPath Demo 2: Web App for Dispatch and Management
    Finally you will see a demo of the SkyPath Web App which provides tools for dispatch and management teams displaying the same powerful turbulence data. The demo will show how a dispatcher, using the SkyPath Web App, manages their own desk showing the flights they are responsible for.  You will see the value of the information SkyPath provides in route planning and flight monitoring and how a dispatcher receives notifications for upcoming turbulence in their flights’ routes.  For management you will see how easy it is to perform an incident analysis, going back up to 90 days to analyse data. Finally, you will see the important analytics options available for management analysing key data, such as pilot alerts and how many were acted upon by pilots, as well as the most turbulent routes – including heat maps and more.

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of Flight Operations software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Operations IT Vendors.

For a full list of upcoming Webinars Click Here
For a full list of On-Demand Webinar sessions Click Here

Safety and Risk Management Software and Apps Demo Webinar [SITA Safety Cube – Full Demo: Pilot Filing Safety Report, Bow-Tie Risk Analysis Model, Compliance and Regulation Audits – IOSA, IR-OPS, Part-M, etc; Online & Offline Apps; FDM Data; more]

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 30th November 2023) to see, via a walk-through demo and full overview of the popular integrated Safety, Risk and Compliance Management software solution – SITA Safety Cube from SITA – how the latest digital advances in cloud-based solutions and apps, powered by operational data, is transforming the face of modern safety and risk management. SITA Safety Cube, available online and offline via desktop or mobile Apps, is used by over 50 aviation companies worldwide, including airlines, aircraft operators, airports, ANSPs, MROs, CAAs and OEMs.  During the Webinar, the SITA Safety Cube demo, following workflow processes for a typical airline, will show how the solution provides the tools to simplify and automate company-wide and end-to-end safety, compliance, and audit needs. You will see how SITA Safety Cube’s revolutionary dynamic bowtie analysis model connects current operational data (Flight Data Monitoring Data, Safety Reports, Audits, etc.) to an organization’s risks maps and, by continually updating the analysis, the tool offers a clear, data-driven picture of risk in as near real-time as possible. The example you will see follows a pilot reporting an ‘unstable approach’, before safety and compliance managers use the dynamic bow-tie analysis model to track risk and safety strategy effectiveness, including assigning responsibilities and due dates for implementation of risk mitigations. You will then see how to easily set up and complete a compliance audit using any regulatory document such as IOSA, IR-OPS, Part-M, etc.

The Webinar is divided into the following key sections:

  • Safety Management: The Challenges of Minimizing Risk and the Business Benefits
    The Webinar begins with SITA Safety Management experts outlining the challenges of minimizing risk. You will see the importance of adopting a more proactive safety approach regarding risk monitoring and understanding how safety controls become vulnerable due to current operational practices.  You will see how SITA Safety Cube provides the tools to monitor controls and risk in real-time and to make it possible to make data-driven decisions to mitigate operational risk at the right time.

    You will also learn about the business benefits of a robust safety management program through potentially reducing insurance premiums by up to 10%, reducing staff time spent on manual tasks by 30%, and having 25% fewer operational incidents.

  • SITA Safety Cube Demo 1 – Pilot Filing in Safety Report for ‘Unstable Approach’
    Next the SITA team will take you through a walkthrough demo of the key features and rich functionality of SITA Safety Cube.  First you will see how frontline staff can submit safety reports, using web based or online and offline mobile Apps. In this instance you will see a pilot submit an ‘Unstable Approach’ report.  Customized dropdowns are available to assist for easy upload, and tablet and smart phone features allow for the upload of photos and current location. You will see how the safety team can, in turn, send feed-back and questions to the pilot regarding their submitted safety report via the system.  In this case ‘did you perform a go-around?’

  • SITA Safety Cube Demo 2 – Safety and Compliance Manager Workflow; Bow-tie Analysis
    Next the demo moves to the perspective of the safety and compliance monitoring team. You will see how SITA Safety Cube provides the tools and functionality required to track risk and safety strategy effectiveness, including assigning responsibilities and due dates for implementation of risk mitigations. You will see how to build the dynamic bow-tie risk analysis model and risk matrix around your undesirable events, in our example ‘Unstable Approach’, and assign it to a hazard such as flaps failure, turbulence, windshear, etc. Safety Managers can then drill down to assign actions and mitigations to specific users to prevent future occurrences.  You will also see the risk matrix and risk assessment mapping of the risk index.

  • SITA Safety Cube Demo 3 – Compliance and Regulation Audits: IOSA, IR-OPS, Part-M, etc.
    Finally, you will see a demo of the compliance audit process for operations and maintenance. Standards can be uploaded from every regulatory document such as IOSA, IR-OPS, Part-M, and more. You will see how to set up an audit using a checklist of pre-prepared options or easily add in a new option, then assign to key staff to begin the audit.  Any findings can then be assigned for further investigation along with deadlines.  The findings can also be linked to the risk matrix to ensure the whole process is fully integrated. 

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of Flight Operations software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Operations IT Vendors.

For a full list of upcoming Webinars Click Here
For a full list of On-Demand Webinar sessions Click Here

RNP AR for Departures and Arrivals: How Airlines can Enhance Efficiency and Payload, plus Increase Capacity Webinar

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 26th October 2023), and join Flight Operations specialists NAVBLUE, as they showcase how airlines and airports of all sizes worldwide can benefit from RNP AR to enhance efficiency and payload, plus increase capacity.  Required Navigation Performance with Authorization Required (RNP AR) has long proved its capability to provide instrument approaches at difficult locations, such as mountainous areas. During this Webinar, the NAVBLUE team will showcase how the technology can be used to benefit all airlines and airports with new concepts and use cases. Using real-world case studies, you will first see the opportunities to use RNP AR for departures, and the benefits it can bring to obstacle optimization and consequently to payload and thrust improvements; you will see the careful consideration to performance that must be given directly at the procedure design level. Next you will see the concept of Established on RNP AR, allowing simultaneous parallel approaches at large airports, including how the usual mode 1 with Instrument Landing System (ILS) is detrimental to performance and how RNP AR can drastically reduce track miles. Finally, you will see a step-by-step guide to gaining operational approval – a process that can be confusing, especially when flying overseas; and you will learn about the NAVBLUE complete RNP AR Implementation end-to-end solution that is tailored for airlines and easy to implement for ATC.

This webinar will be divided into 5 sections:

  • What is Required Navigation Performance with Authorization Required (RNP AR)?
    First the NAVBLUE team will provide a brief reminder of the RNP AR concept: Definition, difference with RNP, and an example of a common use of RNP AR for approach.  As you will see, RNP AR is a PBN navigation specification based on a satellite positioning system. Authorizing a navigation accuracy from 0.3NM down to 0.1NM and turns after the final approach point, the RNP AR concept offers significant operational and safety benefits, positively impacting fuel consumption and pilot workload. Traditional implementation of RNP AR can improve access to low visibility airports, allow improved trajectories through mountainous terrain, and exploit aircraft performance at high-altitude.

  • Case Study 1: Using RNP AR Departures to Improve Payload and Thrust.
    Next you will see the opportunities to use RNP AR for departures, and the benefits it can bring to obstacle optimization and consequently to payload improvements; you will see the careful consideration to performance that must be given directly at the procedure design level. The NAVBLUE team will showcase a case study from Kathmandu Airport showing how RNP AR allows navigation accuracy down to 0.3 NM and below.  You will see how RNP AR Departures optimize payload and thrust.

  • Case Study 2: Using Established on RNP AR (EoR) Concept for Parallel Approaches.
    Next you will see the opportunities for using Established on RNP AR to improve capacity and reduce fuel consumption at large airports.  The NAVBLUE team will run through a definition of the concept, as well as an explanation of the current limitations with parallel approaches using Instrument Landing System (ILS), followed by details and information regarding the constraints and considerations for EoR. You will see a case study from Tianjin Binhai Airport, showcasing how EoR significantly improves the efficiency of simultaneous independent approaches:

    – The RNP AR trajectory is much shorter than the ILS, with a track miles reduction of between 10 and 30 miles per approach.
    – The ILS trajectory itself is also shortened as the constraint for 1000 feet vertical separation is removed.
  • Step-by-Step Guide to Gaining Operational Approval for RNP AR
    Next, the NAVBLUE team will cover the notions and concepts on RNP AR Operational Approval. Specifically, they will summarize the general approval requirements, and specificities to operate RNP AR in a foreign country. Finally, you will see the EASA generic vs specific approval and its practical implications.
  • RNP AR Implementation: NAVBLUE end-to-end Solution Tailored for Airlines
    Finally, NAVBLUE will provide an overview of their complete RNP AR Implementation end-to-end solution tailored for airlines and easy to implement for ATC.  As you will see airlines are supported through every step of the process and all stakeholders are involved, from a feasibility study, to support for RNP AR upgrade on the aircraft, to operational approval, including Flight Operations Safety Assessment (FOSA), to ATC training; and more.

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of Flight Operations software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Operations IT Vendors.

For a full list of upcoming Webinars Click Here
For a full list of On-Demand Webinar sessions Click Here

Pilot Digital Support Apps for end-to-end Fuel and Flight Efficiency Demo Webinar [SkyBreathe OnBoard EFB App for Real-Time Efficiency Guidance; SkyBreathe MyFuelCoach for Pilot Briefing; How to fully Engage Pilots; Airline Success Stories; more]

*This Webinar is for airlines and aircraft operators only

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 1st June 2023) to discover how digital real-time tools help pilots reduce fuel burn and increase flight efficiency at each phase of flight. This will be via demos of the in-flight EFB App SkyBreathe® Onboard and pilot briefing App SkyBreathe® MyFuelCoach, part of the popular SkyBreathe® eco-flying platform from OpenAirlines.  During the Webinar, you will see real-life success stories from airlines such as Philippine Airlines and Air Caraibes, showcasing how to use the Apps to establish fuel efficiency best practices at each phase of flight and fully engage pilots in eco-flying initiatives.  You will then see demos of both Apps beginning with the EFB App SkyBreathe® OnBoard.  As you will see the App, powered by AI and using historical flight data, plus the most-up-to-date flight conditions (weather, performance, etc.) provides live assistance to pilots to notify them of a fuel saving opportunity, in-flight and during taxiing (e.g. when to: apply single engine taxi, change altitude for profile optimization, request a short cut from ATC, etc.) and shares the info in a simple and non-intrusive way.  Next, you will see the popular Pilot Briefing App Skybreathe® MyFuelCoach, and how pilots can see a full debrief of their fuel efficiency performance after each flight.  Pilots can instantly see how they have performed, what they have done well and what could be improved for the next flight.  Detailed analysis includes:  4D flight plan analytics to identify potential savings; how much fuel and CO2 was saved during the flight; progress tracking; and more.  MyFuelCoach also provides pilots with accurate fuel saving info for pre-flight briefings.

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Register to view this On-Demand webinar to discover how digital tools help pilots reduce fuel burn at each stage of flight.

In the face of climate change, engaging pilots in flight efficiency has never been more important. As we wait for groundbreaking new technologies to hit the market, ensuring that pilots fly aircraft as efficiently as possible is key to reducing CO2 emissions today and achieving the industry’s 2050 net zero target – but how do you make it happen?

One key lever is to give pilots the support they need to make fuel-related decisions at any time; quickly, safely, and efficiently. End-to-end digitalization means you can empower pilots with accurate and actionable fuel insights before, during, and after the flight. With easy-to-use digital apps, you give them more control over fuel burn and the confidence to apply fuel-saving measures, while keeping safety as a top priority.

Join OpenAirlines for this engaging session with Martin Réot, Regional Account, to see how pilots can save fuel with minimal workload and maximum impact, thanks to digital technology.

During the webinar, OpenAirlines will discuss how to:

  • Apply fuel efficiency best practices at each phase of flight.
  • Engage pilots in eco-flying initiatives and see real-life success stories from airlines such as Philippine Airlines and Air Caraibes.
  • Use digital tools, with a live demo of the real-time EFB app SkyBreathe® OnBoard and pilot briefing app SkyBreathe® MyFuelCoach:

    Demo 1: SkyBreathe® OnBoard – EFB Pilot App for Real-Time Recommendations In-Flight
    First you will see a demo of the EFB App SkyBreathe® OnBoard that provides real-time support to pilots for fuel saving recommendations during each flight. As you will see the App, powered by the latest AI technology, uses historical flight data as well as the most-up-to-date real-time conditions including weather, aircraft performance and position, known ATC constraints, etc., to provide live assistance to pilots and to notify them of a fuel saving opportunities, inflight and during taxiing. The App shares the information in a simple and non-intrusive way.  As you will see during the demo, the notifications include: when to apply single engine taxi, flight profile optimization en-route, when to request a short cut from ATC, and more.

    Demo 2: SkyBreathe® MyFuelCoach – Pilot Briefing App for Post Flight Analytics & Enhanced Pre-Flight Briefings
    Next you will see a demo of the popular Pilot Briefing App Skybreathe® MyFuelCoach. The demo will show how pilots can see a full debrief of their fuel efficiency performance after each flight.  As you will see Pilots can instantly see how they have performed, what they have done well and what can be improved for the next flight. Detailed analysis includes:  4D flight plan analytics to easily identify efficiency opportunities at all phases of flight; how much fuel and CO2 was saved during the flight; progress tracking over time; and more.  MyFuelCoach also provides pilots with accurate fuel saving information for pre-flight briefings.
  • Answer all of your questions!

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of Flight Operations software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Operations IT Vendors.

For a full list of upcoming Webinars Click Here
For a full list of On-Demand Webinar sessions Click Here

Real-Time Flight Turnaround Optimizer and Process Management App Demo Webinar [Real-Time Alerts to Problems; Data-Driven Analysis to Improve OTP; Optimize Efficiency – APU Burn Analysis; CASM Reduction; ACARS and Systems Integrations; more]

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 25th May 2023) to see a demo and overview of the nextgen real-time flight turn process management App: ClearPort from data and connectivity specialists FLYHT.  As you will see ClearPort is specifically designed to provide all key personnel for each flight (pilots, flight crew, airport leader, OCC, dispatch, gate, maintenance, etc.) with real-time, automated progress reporting of each turn, and customized alerts to any problems, or potential problems; before they happen, thereby limiting unmet aircraft at the gate, and optimizing the entire turn process.  You will also see how ClearPoint can assist an airline to lower its cost per available seat mile (CASM) through optimizing the efficiency of each turnaround, including monitoring APU fuel burn at the gate, and minimizing the amount of time needed for a turn. Plus, you will see how data analytics provides airlines with the necessary tools to analyse the entire turn process over time and evaluate which portions are being met successfully and which need to be improved, even if there is not a delay; for example, catering loading, or bridge driving thereby optimizing future OTP.  The data additionally provides airlines with evidence to push the airport and external contractors to deliver a more optimum service.

As you will see, ClearPort is suitable for all airlines of all sizes and requires minimal airline IT support.  The App integrates with key systems such as ACARS messages from the aircraft allowing all personnel to see live status such as delays in-flight, or holding time, or auto-updates on the ground. Additionally, integrating with the airline’s reservation system allows ClearPort to automate most above wing timestamps showing the boarding process in real-time. Plus, by using FLYHT’s state-of-the-art AFIRS EDGE 5G WQAR/AID solution on-board the aircraft, ClearPoint receives all the data it needs to fully manage the airline’s turns and improve processes.

The Webinar is divided into the following six sections:

  • The Challenges Facing Airlines in the Turnaround Process; ClearPort Intro
    First, we will dive into real and impactful problems that airlines face, such as Catering Loading, APU Burn at Gate, and Unmet Aircraft, and how ClearPort can help. The lack of visibility into these controllable processes results in unnecessary CASM increases. The impact of these issues can easily result in millions of dollars in fuel being wasted.  Additionally, due to lack of visibility and technology, the airport turn process has been stuck in a cycle of reactive actions that often take place long after a delay has occurred. And because real-time information isn’t readily available, this leads to many unproductive conversations that focus on who’s to blame for a delay rather than focusing on the processes that are not under control.

    You will see how ClearPort can solve these problems by having the ability to see ALL data from a turn process with real-time alerting across the fleet. We solve the problem of the lack of data by helping your organization capture every single process of the turn. 
  • ClearPoint Overview – A Clear Window into the Turn Process
    Powered by AWS and a part of FLYHT’s JetBridge software suite, ClearPort gives airlines the tools to fix the problem now rather than trying to figure out what happened in the past. You will hear a deep dive into quantifying the cost of delays, CASM reduction, and how to understand what processes are in control and not in control. As you will see ClearPort gives airline’s the tools to know what’s happening at every gate, no matter where they are located.

    The solution to the complex problems is to look at the entire turn process in order to evaluate which portions of the turn are being met successfully and which ones need to be improved. ClearPort enables airlines to look at all portions of the turn in real time allowing key staff to act before a delay occurs and to see which processes are under control even if there is not a delay in place. ClearPort takes a two-pronged approach to improving OTP and Lowering CASM – outlined in the key features next.

  • ClearPoint Key Features 1: Real-Time Alerting
    The unique alerting engine allows airlines to customize alerts for processes that it is focusing on like APU shut off or when the ground handlers are late to the gate. These alerts are sent to leadership in time for them to get to the gate and fix the problem before costs or delays are incurred. FLYHT’s easy-to-use apps are available on the Google Play or Apple Store so that everyone can see how each turn is progressing. Once the expectation has been set with third-party contractors that each turn will be monitored, performance will improve across the board.

  • ClearPoint Key Features 2: Turn Process Improvement Focus
    For an airline that is operating with an on-time performance of 79.8%, airline management would normally focus on the 20.2% of the turns that result in a delay. However, ClearPort allows airlines to even see the processes that need attention during the turns but that do not reach the delay threshold. Airline’s often get caught in the trap of assuming that because a flight left on time, it therefore did not have issues that needed to be addressed. For off peak times, the load factor alone may allow an airline to get out on time even though processes are not followed according to standard. For example, most airlines do not look at bridge driving as something that can cause delays unless there is a significant bridge malfunction. Once an airline knows how long it takes for certain bridges to drive, it can now build that milestone into its turn and monitor its performance. Airlines can use this information as evidence to push the airport to improve the airport conditions. Airlines can also set a standard with 3rd party contractors on when certain processes, like water and lavs, need to occur. If these standards are not met, the airline can hold the contractor accountable even without an actual delay occurring.

  • ClearPort Easy Implementation – In-House Subject Matter Expertise
    In this section you will Learn about the easy integration process of ClearPort which requires minimal involvement of the IT team, and the data that is needed to power the software.  You will see how easy it is to integrate ClearPort into any operations and for the flight crew and everyone in an airline’s team to start using the App – with minimal airline IT support needed.

    As you will see by using FLYHT’s state-of-the-art on-board AFIRS Edge device, an airline will receive all the information it needs to manage turns and improve processes. By integrating with the reservation system ClearPort can automate most above wing timestamps allowing airlines to see all boarding processes in real time. FLYHT can also leverage the ACARS messages an airline is collecting — ClearPort will allow you to view all above wing and limited below wing milestones.  Coupled with the reservation system integration this will give an in-depth view of the turn processes.

  • ClearPort Demo: The Turn Process and Detailed View for a Typical Flight
    Finally, get a chance to see the ClearPort App in action with a demo. By tapping into historical data for all turns, not just turns with delays, the App can capture all processes of each turn and provide an airline’s team with the beacon to be able to make informed and evidence-backed decisions and improvements to improve On-Time Performance and Turn Performance.  You will see how ClearPort can provide answers and help everyone in the organization understand the quality of turn processes. Join FLYHT as they walkthrough the milestones of a typical turn and how real-time alerting allows airlines to solve problems before they turn into costs.

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of Flight Operations software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Operations IT Vendors.

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Real-Time Next-Gen Turbulence Analysis and Reporting App and Data Service for Pilots and Dispatch Demo Webinar

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 19th January 2023) to see a demo of SkyPath, the innovative and unique real-time turbulence analysis, and reporting Apps, as used by airlines worldwide such as United, American Airlines, El Al and jetBlue. As you will see, SkyPath can be used immediately, requiring no aircraft installation or certification, and is available in stand-alone Apps for pilots, dispatch and management with real-time en-route turbulence reports visualised graphically, as well as PIREPs, and important vocal and visual alerts warning of Turbulence ahead. SkyPath turbulence data can also be integrated, via next-gen APIs, into any existing flight deck EFB or Dispatch tool, such as a flight planning system. During the Webinar, you will see how SkyPath utilizes sensors (accelerometer) and GPS data, in-flight, from iPads and tablets from 1000s of flights to determine turbulence calibrated to the exact location and severity.  The data (SkyPath is currently used by 35,000 pilots, generating 42 million turbulence reports in the last 90 days) is transmitted in real-time from the air to a ground server where patented algorithms, noise filtering, aircraft type normalization and AI are used to create a real time, highly accurate, turbulence map.  The data layer is then distributed to SkyPath users, enabling airlines and crew members to ensure the safety of passengers and crew, and to enhance operational efficiency.  SkyPath can also be used by pilots in the flightdeck while offline and will automatically sync to receive the latest data or download report data to the server as soon as connectivity is realised.

During the Webinar SkyPath experts will take you on demos of the solution, firstly from a Pilot’s perspective for a typical flight using the flight deck App. Next you will see the Web version as used by dispatch to monitor each flight, and by management for incident analysis and to draw up analytics and reports such as most turbulent routes.  Finally, you will learn more about SkyPath, and the product road map, including predictive analytics.

The Webinar is divided into three key sections:

  • Full Overview of SkyPath; Industry Turbulence Problems; Product Road Map
    First you will learn about the challenges facing the industry with increasing turbulence frequency which is forecast to further increase in the next few years and become more severe.  You will see how legacy tools for forecasting turbulence are inadequate and inaccurate with weather radar unable to detect Clear Air Turbulence.  You will also see how SkyPath was developed by pilots for pilots to overcome these problems, with pilots and airlines sharing the most accurate and real-time data to provide the most accurate en-route information available. SkyPath will outline how the solution works and look to future developments including predictive analytics.

  • SkyPath Demo 1: Pilot Demo Following Typical Flight using Flight Deck App
    Next you will see a SkyPath demo from a pilot’s perspective following a typical flight. The demo will show you:
    – Automatically loading the flight plan into the App using the flight number.
    – How pilotsuse the vertical view of the flight along the planned route to show what Turbulence to expect during the flight.
    – How pilots receive real-time notifications regarding Turbulence ahead on their route, or receive PIREPs outlining weather.
    – How pilots can use the App to test the route at different altitudes for Turbulence or select all altitudes to see a full report.
    – Reports of weather phenomena along the route as PIREPs, including CB, lightning, wings, and more.

  • SkyPath Demo 2: Web Version for Dispatch and Management
    Finally you will see a demo of the SkyPath Web version which provides tools for dispatch and management teams displaying the same powerful turbulence data.  As you will see, it can be used for flight-planning and real-time flight monitoring, as well as incident analysis, analytics and insight dashboards.  The demo will show:
    – Real-time monitoring: Dispatch can choose a flight from the moving map and click on the aircraft to show flight turbulence data.
    – Notifications: The dispatcher will receive turbulence notifications for any monitored flight. 
    – Incident Analysis: Management can go back up to 90 days to analyse the data, learn more about an aircraft incident and view the turbulence data available at the time.
    – Analytics: Management can easily access reports and charts for their airline analysing the data, such as: pilot alerts and how many were acted upon by pilots, as well as most turbulent routes – including heat maps and more.

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of Flight Operations software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Operations IT Vendors.

For a full list of upcoming Webinars Click Here
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Aircraft Performance Monitoring Platform and Fuel Efficiency Solutions Demo to meet Latest Regulatory Requirements Webinar [Precise Tail-Specific Performance Data; Taxi and Contingency Fuel Planning; Data for Optimum Fuel Planning; EASA & ICAO Regs]

This Webinar is for airlines and aircraft operators only

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 8th September 2022) to learn about new regulations in airline fuel planning due to come into force later in 2022, and to see how the latest advances in digital and automated fleet and tail-specific aircraft performance monitoring (APM), and fuel efficiency apps and solutions powered by Artificial Intelligence, can be used to not only remain compliant, but also to discover significant efficiency savings for each flight, via demos of AdvancedAPM and FuelPro from Storkjet. The Webinar will begin with StorkJet fuel efficiency experts providing an overview of new regulations, promoted by ICAO, including those for airlines and operators who wish to implement the planning of contingency and taxi fuel based on statistical data instead of assumptions. Using demos of AdvancedAPM and FuelPro, you will see how to build performance-based, tail-specific models for each tail or fleet, using operational data and AI technology, to optimize contingency and taxi fuel planning, whilst continuing to ensure safety and remain compliant with the new regulations. You will also see how the performance models can seamlessly integrate, with daily feeds to Flight Planning Systems ensuring airlines and operators always have the most up-to-date and compliant data for the fuel planning process. The StorkJet team will talk you through how to gain the most benefit from the new regulations and the options available to airlines and operators.

The StorkJet team will also walk you through some interesting use cases for the FuelPro and AdvancedAPM solutions, as used by airlines and operators of all sizes worldwide to optimize flight efficiency.  As you will see, AdvancedAPM provides airlines with precise performance factors for each aircraft allowing for accurate fuel planning, tail assignment, safe reduction in contingency fuel as well as flight performance analysis for optimization of fuel burn and maintenance costs. FuelPro utilizes the full power of AI to model accurate fuel saving scenarios by aircraft tail, tp reveal precise savings across 44 fuel initiatives, fully engages pilots using a nextgen EFB Pilot App, and ultimately reduce fuel costs and CO2 emissions by up to 4%.

The Webinar is divided into the following key sections:

  1. Introduction to StorkJet and Upcoming Changes to Fuel Planning Regulations
    The Webinar begins with an outline of the changes to fuel policy, and the EASA regulations regarding fuel planning that will come into force on the 30th October.  You will see how the changes are designed to provide an operator with the ability to establish an optimal fuel policy based on the robustness of the airline’s operational systems and procedures.  You will learn:

    • Upcoming changes to EASA fuel policy – aims, specifics and requirements.
    • New options for airlines and operators – pros and cons.
    • Fuel gain and fuel penalty – when implementing or not implementing optimal contingency fuel. More advanced options are discussed.
    • Requirements to meet the regulations focusing on data and IT requirements.

  2. Software Demos: How to use dedicated software to meet regulations and to implement progressive fuel planning practices:

    • Aircraft Performance Monitoring (AdvancedAPM) – how to implement an enhanced fuel consumption monitoring program, which satisfies (and exceeds) the requirements for the tail-specific analysis of actual aircraft performance monitoring.
    • Fuel Efficiency Software (FuelPro) – how to realise new possibilities for collecting and analysing operational data for transition to a statistical model for determination of Taxi and Contingency fuel; how to explore saving opportunities by implementing a precise fuel burn prediction model, and flight planning performance monitoring.
    • Daily feeds to Flight Planning Systems – see how to seamlessly integrate the performance monitoring and fuel efficiency software with any airline’s flight planning system, to ensure the fuel planning process is always up-to-date with actual tail-specific operational performance.

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of Flight Operations software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Operations IT Vendors.

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How does Norwegian leverage Artificial Intelligence to optimize Aircraft Performance Monitoring across their fleet?

* Please note this webinar is for airlines and aircraft operators only   

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 2nd June 2022) to see the latest advances in digital and automated fleet and tail-specific aircraft performance monitoring (APM) powered by Artificial Intelligence, with a demo of SkyBreathe® APM from OpenAirlines. The Demo will be delivered by Norwegian and will highlight how the airline uses the software to optimize aircraft performance monitoring of its 737-800 / MAX fleet. As you will see, SkyBreathe® APM taps into the latest digital technologies to provides airlines of all sizes and fleet types with the tools needed to simplify and automate processes for performance and maintenance engineers, and gives them accurate insights for more efficient flight plans, FMS, and maintenance planning decisions. During the Norwegian demo you will see how the airline uses SkyBreathe® APM to: monitor its entire fleet’s health in real-time using fleet heatmap; process QAR data for each flight and, using AI, automatically compute degradation on each aircraft; trigger alerts on abnormal degradation and provide indicators for proactive maintenance. You will also see how Norwegian can create custom reports and access key metrics such as fuel factor updates in clear dashboards, analyze a specific aircraft performance deviation with the display of a specific event, and more. Finally, OpenAirlines experts will also show how SkyBreathe® APM provides the opportunities within aircraft performance to reduce fuel burn and why monitoring aircraft performance is so crucial for airlines today.

Full Webinar Overview

Register to attend this webinar to see how Norwegian uses Artificial Intelligence technology from OpenAirlines to simplify and optimize Aircraft Performance Monitoring. Get a full demo of SkyBreathe® APM by Norwegian.

With rocketing fuel prices and tremendous environmental pressure to reduce carbon emissions, airlines must be fast and agile to leverage all opportunities to optimize their fuel efficiency.

Norwegian is one of the most fuel-efficient airlines in the world. Thanks to the SkyBreathe® 360° eco-flying platform, they reduced fuel consumption by 2% and CO2 emissions by 140 000 tons in 2019. With their global approach to fuel efficiency, they are chasing every pound of fuel that can be spared, including from aircraft performance monitoring.

Thanks to SkyBreathe® APM, a software part of the SkyBreathe® 360° eco-flying platform, they monitor their entire fleet’s health almost in real-time to increase safety and optimize operations. The AI-powered solution processes QAR data every day and automatically computes degradation on each aircraft, with zero workloads and zero hardware. The software also triggers alerts on abnormal degradation and gives indicators for proactive maintenance. SkyBreathe® APM taps into the latest digital technologies to simplify processes for Performance and Maintenance Engineers and give them accurate insights for more efficient flight, FMS, and maintenance planning decisions.

During the webinar, OpenAirlines’ fuel specialist Erik Borrat will analyze the opportunities within aircraft performance monitoring to reduce fuel burn. Nurdan Pakdil, Performance Engineer at Norwegian will give a full demo of SkyBreathe® APM and go through the main features and key metrics they use in their APM process.

What you will learn during this webinar:

  • Why monitor aircraft performance
  • How Norwegian optimize its operations with aircraft performance monitoring
  • Demo SkyBreathe® APM by Norwegian
  • Plus plenty of time to have all your questions answered

Webinar Agenda:

  1. Why monitoring aircraft performance is critical for airlines today?
    – Identify any degraded aircraft
    – Analyze the performance trend
    – Adjust performance factors
    – Comply with the regulatory requirements

  2. How is APM addressed and managed at Norwegian?

  3. How to optimize the operations with aircraft performance monitoring
    – Automatically compute degradation on each aircraft, with zero workloads, and zero hardware.
    – Alert on abnormal degradation
    – Give indicators for pro-active maintenance
    – Enable in-depth analysis with a powerful query engine.

  4. Demo session by Norwegian to show how they use and benefit from SkyBreathe® APM
    Based on their actual results and data, Norwegian will demonstrate how the SkyBreathe® APM allows them to:
    – easily access key APM metrics, such as fuel factor updates, through clear and synthetic dashboards
    – quickly monitor and analyze overall fleet health with the fleet heatmap
    – analyzes a specific aircraft performance deviation with the display of a specific event
    – drill down to specific metrics using our Query Engine technology
    – create custom reports they can use each month to update the Flight Plan and FMC FFF.

  5. Q&A with OpenAirlines & Norwegian

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of MRO software demonstrations from the World’s leading MRO IT Vendors.

For a full list of upcoming Webinars Click Here
For a full list of On-Demand Webinar sessions Click Here

Digital OCC Software Suite Innovations Demo Webinar [Inc: Flight Planning; Flight Tracking / Situational Awareness; Aircraft Performance Calculations: Take-Off and Landing, Maximise Payload, Airport Database; Automated and Integrated Solutions, more…]

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 13th June) for an excellent chance to see a full overview and demo of NAVBLUE’s powerful and innovative, digital N-Ops Control Center (N-OCC) suite of solutions. Leveraging big-data analytics, modern systems architecture, and the expertise and capabilities of Airbus Services, the N-OCC suite transitions OCC users towards focusing on value-added operational engagements. As you will see, the solutions provide airlines with configurable digital systems that can be fine-tuned to meet their specific operational requirements, highly automated and integrated, and agile to allow for manage-by-exception operations.

The Webinar begins with NAVBLUE experts providing a high-level overview of the full suite of digital N-OCC solutions, which provide airlines and aircraft operators worldwide with innovative tools specifically designed for Crew, Dispatch and Ops Management. As you will see, the systems are scalable, highly configurable, innovative and continually evolving. You will then see demos of three N-OCC solutions. First you will see a demo of the new aircraft performance solution, N-Performance, next you will see the re-engineered N-Flight Planning solution including a first-principle approach with tail-centric trajectory optimization, and finally the enhanced N-Tracking solution which delivers a process-orientated modern situational awareness tool for dispatchers.

The Webinar is divided into 4 key parts:

  • Full Overview of N-OCC Suite:
    You will be taken on a full tour of the N-OCC suite of digital solutions for Crew, Dispatch and Ops Management.  As you will see airlines can design and construct their own OCC system, by selecting only the solutions that match their exact requirements, or can select specific solutions to integrate with and enhance an existing OCC platform.
  • Demo 1: N-Performance (Take-Off & Landing; Payloads; Airport Database):
    Next you will see a demo of the new N-Performance solution, designed to provide aircraft performance calculations to optimize take-off and landing, maximize payload, decrease fuel consumption, and minimize wear and tear on the aircraft, whilst ensuring regulatory compliance for engine-out procedures.
  • Demo 2: N-Flight Planning:
    Next you will see the re-engineered Flight Planning Solution including latest innovations such as a first-principle approach with tail-centric trajectory optimization. You will see that N-Flight Planning is a multi-tiered and fully scalable web-based flight plan optimization solution that creates the safest and most cost-effective routes, taking into account actual flight conditions such as real-time weather.

     

     

  • Demo 3: N-Tracking (Flight Tracking / Situational Awareness Tool):
    Finally you will see the enhanced web-based N-Tracking application with individual and administrator user views. As you will see in real-time, flights are tracked wherever they are in the world. It provides frequent flight position updates and allows proactive management of dispatch operations. You will see how to set alerts to detect route deviations and how the solution helps dispatchers to better manage airport congestions, delays and turn-around, and lots more.

Webinar Agenda:

  • An Overview of NAVBLUE and the N-OCC Suite of Solutions
  • Demo 1: N-Performance (Take-Off & Landing; Payloads; Airport Database)
  • Demo 2: N-Flight Planning
  • Demo 3: N-Tracking (Flight Tracking / Situational Awareness Tool)
  • About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor.  These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies.  Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration.  There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues.  The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of MRO software demonstrations from the World’s leading MRO IT Vendors

For a full list of upcoming Webinars Click Here
For a full list of On-Demand Webinar sessions Click Here