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Webinar Overview

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 7th March 2024) to see a demo and overview of the powerful and unique in the industry, Live Aircraft Data Monitoring Platform from FlightWatching, which connects to the aircraft in real-time, monitoring and querying all the data coming off the aircraft. As you will see, the platform uses any type of nose-to-tail data sources from the aircraft: ACARS in real-time, or data such as QAR, DAR, SAR or, for legacy aircraft, using the aircraft’s avionic boxes and systems. During the Webinar you will see demos of solutions that FlightWatching has developed to tap into and drive value from the data using innovative algorithms and the latest AI/ML technology, including:

  • Real-Time On-Ground Fuel Saving and Cabin Readiness: How to save fuel during ground operations; Optimize APU performance with live detection of APU over runs at the gate; how to achieve desired temperatures for boarding at optimum costs and carbon footprint.
  • Real-Time Turn-Around Optimization; OTP Analysis: Perform remote real-time pre-flight checks for potential AOG problems, inc: low water levels, inadequate tire pressure, etc.; On-Time Performance analysis for key KPIs such as: how much time is taken for cargo loading or fuel loading? Where are airlines losing time?
  • APU Predictive Maintenance Analytics: Reduce unscheduled APU removals and maintenance costs. Engineers are alerted to potential problems before they lead to an AOG.

As you will see the platform operates in a browser so works on all devices, connecting with the FlightWatching server which collects the data and computes in real-time, providing results and trends to key staff at airlines, operators, MROs and OEMs. Additionally, users can configure custom reports, dashboards, real-time analyses, data driven models, set up alerts, and can choose to display results for each aircraft or an entire fleet.

The Webinar begins with an overview and demo of how the FlightWatching platform optimizes the use of power sources on ground to reduce jet fuel costs for sustainable turnarounds. You will see that the platform not only saves fuel and reduces the carbon footprint but also helps cabin readiness for boarding at the desired cabin temperature with the optimum energy consumption. Plus, you will see complementary modules to ensure departure on time depending on an airline’s specifics.  Next, MROs will be interested in the next section showing how to optimize repair costs by scheduling APU removals, reducing APU BER (Beyond Economic Repair). As you will see airlines can now monitor APU health at a competitive price and benefit from a suite of tailored services as part of Revima APU Predictive Care. Finally, you will see how the platform utilizes machine learning modules to deliver an unmatched predictability level of performance. You will see how airlines, operators, MROs and OEMs can take charge of their own data to set up different levels of data management, from simple alerts to potential problems, to building statistical reports and dashboards.  

The webinar will alternate between presentations showcasing key features and the value of each solution, followed by a demo showing how the system works and the user interface.

The Webinar is divided into five key sections:

  1. Revima & FlightWatching by Revima: World Experts in Ground Assets
    First, an overview of Revima and FlightWatching. As you will see, from expertise in Landing Gears and APU MRO expertise to digital suite of solutions, Revima and FlightWatching by Revima provide a unique set of services guaranteeing optimum ground performance, and sustainable turnarounds. They are designed to save fuel on the ground and reduce maintenance costs on APU assets, through reducing unscheduled APU removals, optimizing APU performance, saving jet fuel during ground operations, and ensuring cabin comfort before boarding.

  2. Platform Demo: On-Ground Fuel Saving Solutions and Cabin Readiness
    Next, you will see how real time connectivity to the Aircraft opens huge opportunities to save fuel. This section of the Webinar will provide insights on the live detection of APU over runs and the monitoring of external power sources usage. As you will see, real-time recommendations are provided to key ground staff on how to best sequence all the power sources so that the cabin reaches the desired temperature for boarding at the optimum cost and carbon footprint.

  3. Platform Demo: Turn-Around Tailored Solutions and On-Time Performance Analytics
    Next, you will see how live connection to the aircraft also permits users to perform remote preflight checks and detect marginal situations such as a low water level or inadequate tire pressure and prioritize maintenance actions to ensure departure on time. As you will see, the high flexibility of the platform, along with the expertise of FlightWatching’s team in aircraft data treatment, provide an unmatched level of customized solutions for airline turnarounds.

    You will see how the platform analyses On-Time Performance, so that airlines can see where they are wasting time during their arrivals / turnarounds.  The system is connected in real-time to the aircraft so that FlightWatching can monitor in detail, for each aircraft, what is happening to the aircraft on arrival and departure. Key KPIs can be generated for turnarounds; so, for example, how much time are you taking to open the door on arrival? how much time for cargo loading? how much time for fuel loading? etc.  Airlines can see exactly where they are losing time and adjust accordingly as well as monitor key aircraft systems in real-time such as tire pressures which could lead to an AOG during turnaround.

  4. Platform Demo: Predictive Maintenance
    Next, you will see a deep dive into the backbone of the predictive maintenance tool taking a couple of APU use cases. The demo will show how far users can get into data exploration, customization and how it converts into value. You will see how the intelligence of the platform brings value to stretch equipment dispatch reliability, improve time on wing and reduce maintenance costs. You will see how engineers are alerted to potential problems before they lead to an AOG, and how the data can advise when the component should be removed and repaired or replaced during scheduled maintenance.

  5. Data Analytics: From Trends to AI / Machine Learning – Build your own Reports
    Finally, the FlightWatching presenters will take you through the more technical portion of the Webinar. You will learn how FlightWatching strategically tackles complexity within data management, with each problem having its own solution, whether that is using a statistical, mathematical or machine learning approach. You will see how this approach allows users to set up different levels of data management, from simple alerts to potential problems or anomalies, to building statistical reports and dashboards to answer key operational queries and analyze over time, to using innovative AI / Machine Learning real-time analysis and data driven models.

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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