Vinod K Vijayan

MRO IT Strategy for the Connected Aircraft

Changes are finally taking off in the aviation industry. Digitization and digital transformation, the hallmarks of other industrial transformations over the past decade, are slowly spreading its wings. At the heart of this change is the connected aircraft. The incredible amount of data generated by modern airplanes are changing the way an airline or MRO operates, from customer care to operations to maintenance, opening up tremendous opportunities for them to be smarter and more efficient. The trend in digitization and data analytics is evident in the industry. The Oliver Wyman MRO Survey 2017 ...
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Aravind Ramachandran

Aviation 2018 round up: 8 of our best blogs from the past year

The Holy Grail of IROPS recovery Contrary to popular belief, airline companies, passengers and travel partners have one thing in common: None of them want a flight to be delayed. That's right, no airline in the world is happy to delay a flight; not only does it cost them a lot of money as penalties and additional charges, but it also makes their customers hate them and trust them less – and that's only what's immediately obvious.   Click here to read more blog posts on Aviation Operations Services solutions from IBS Software Why air cargo needs a blockchain boost Blockchains, by their ver...
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Radhesh R Menon

IBS Cargo Forum explores innovative value delivery through partnerships

When it comes to innovation, our heroes are those who can do more with less by Author The air cargo business is one of great opportunity in today's world, but it is not easy to figure out the nuances. As a crucial driver of the world economy, the sector should expect demand to be intensely growing every year, but the yield isn't showing such a strong trend in reality. This puts pressure on pricing as well as product to enable a significant distinction from the generic supply (stemming from ever increasing passenger aircraft bellies) that eats into the growing demand. The good news is that air ...
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Radhesh R Menon

Standardization: Enablers and obstacles in air cargo partnerships

In order to unlock its full potential in terms of service delivery quality and diversity of product portfolio, there is an urgent need to recast the air cargo fulfillment model on the basis of connected, open architecture digital platforms that enable seamless, real time communication between supply chain partners. by Author Read more: Recap - Partnering for collaboration to strengthen value delivery through air cargo  A key consideration from the above dictum is that all partners in the supply chain have to be integrated on a common platform such that they can "speak one common lang...
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Ashok Rajan

Expectations on technology for autonomous cargo delivery

As discussed in the earlier blog post Cargo may hold key to bringing autonomous vehicles to the mainstream   any attempt to integrate the last mile delivery on to a technology platform puts two distinct types of demands on the system. One is the introduction of a sufficiently advanced technological module (device/vehicle) that enables the achievement of the goal and the other is to effectively connect this module into the entire system in a manner that makes the exchange of signals and data possible in an efficient manner. IBS Cargo Forum | November 6-8, 2018 | Bangalore, India:...
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