Security software AirLink
AODBfor airportreal-time

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Characteristics

Function
AODB, security
Applications
for airport
Type
real-time, web-based

Description

Liberalisation and deregulation of the airport industry have led to increasing competition. New airlines and business models have emerged. Airline structures have changed in such a way that competition is no longer exclusively between single carriers but between air traffic systems and their airports. In order to stay ahead in this new environment, an airport has to increase its efficiency and reduce cost by streamlining its operations, improving its decision-making, making better use of resources and, last but not least, by improving collaboration between the airport partners. AirLink is an Airport Operational Database (AODB) Management System which helps you to realise this aim. It provides common, timely, accurate and reliable information to all airport partners by collaboration and sharing between the partners. Each of the airport partners will experience an improved situational awareness and their processes will become more predictable. This will result in three elementary operational benefits: improved flexibility, improved efficiency, improved punctuality. AirLink will provide your airport with an advantage over your competition. Key features Designed for regional airports AirLink is designed and updated in continuous collaboration with regional airports. This special focus results in an application which offers all the functionality necessary without adding needless complexity and cost. As AirLink is a web-based application, it brings numerous benefits at your airport, such as mobile access, cross-platform compatibility and seamless updates. The centralised database gives you real-time information, data integrity and security.
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