LIMASSOL, Cyprus - Story goes here With the summer season in aviation well underway, the industry is experiencing repeated issues that have been major pain points for years. The latest British Airways hiccup – scrapping its entire short-haul schedule after hardware and software systems’ failure – is only the tip of the iceberg. The IT issues go deeper than just airlines and are affecting maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO), ground handling, and fueling segments, to name a few. However, adopting innovative solutions could help curb these reoccurring problems, AviationPros reports. Continue reading original article.
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1 June 2022 - With the wave of digitization sweeping over the aviation industry, the stagnation and fragmentation of key IT systems remain unaddressed. Romas Butkevicius, CEO of Sensus Aero, notes that, surprisingly, there weren’t any solutions offered that would seek to unify the various systems until Sensus Aero stepped into the market.
“It has to be said – most systems that are used across the industry, especially concerning MRO, ground handling, and fueling services, are stagnant and fragmented. For example, a ground handling service provider on average can use around 20-30 different systems. What it means is that each system is separate from one another – and this invites a heap of problems.”
Sensus Aero is the first to offer an innovative, all-in-one solution that seeks to tackle these pain points in aviation. The integrated Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) optimization platform is designed to increase and streamline every aspect of MRO, ground handling, and fueling processes. As an integrated one-system platform, Sensus Aero stands out in automation, user experience, and process design, and is fully client-focused. The platform can also be tailored to match a customer’s specific needs, making it flexible and adaptable to client briefs. Backed by years of know-how and experience in IT and aviation, Sensus Aero is a future key player in the aviation tech space.
Jamie Whitney, Associate Editor