Other solution-development areas include Supply Chain Optimization (Supplier Quality’s ISIS software system), Data Processing and Conversion (Toolbox Factory), Minimum Equipment List dispatch faciliatation, and a variety of professional consulting tools that help airlines operate more efficiently.
Developing Software Solutions for the Digital Airline
AeroInfo has been a part of Boeing Commercial Airline Services (CAS) since its acquisition as a Boeing wholly owned subsidiary in 2000. In 2012, while remaining a part of CAS, AeroInfo joined Boeing’s Digital Aviation team. Now, as a key Digital Aviation team player, AeroInfo develops and delivers tools that help airlines respond to the changing digital world of aviation today.
Today’s commercial aviation industry faces challenges from increasing competition, rising costs, aging infrastructure and multiple layers of regulation. Add the complexity and potential value of today’s data-rich aircraft, and it becomes clear why airlines increasingly seek outside expertise and information-based solutions to gain greater operational efficiencies and new ways to offer value to their customers.
Digital Airline solutions tie together constantly-connected aircraft with industry-wide data sources via a secure platform that unites both legacy and modern information systems. In support of this initiative, we’re leveraging our successes in M&E applications while developing our capabilities and architecture practice in integration, analytics, mobile apps and cloud-delivery.
We’re committed to working with our Boeing partners to build an integrated information platform and the software tools that let airlines connect their operations and create efficiencies that will bring their costs down — to make the world of aviation work smarter and faster for Boeing’s customers.
For more information on our Solutions Delivery work, contact us.