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IBS Implements ACDM Tools at Gatwick Airport

The tools would improve collaboration between all the airport partners that in would turn maximise capacity and service, the firm said

Published: 21st May 2014 08:42 AM  |   Last Updated: 21st May 2014 08:42 AM   |  A+A-

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Technopark-based IBS Software, an IT solutions provider for air transportation industry, has successfully implemented a series of Airport Collaborative Decision-making (ACDM) tools at London’s Gatwick Airport.

The company said in a press release here that the tools would improve collaboration between all the airport partners that in would turn maximise capacity and service, while reducing emissions and operating costs.

The tools that have become operational include intelligent alert generator, alert distributor, DPI message generation & processing and flight monitor.

The ACDM solutions that have been put into operation complement the software solutions of IBS that are already functional in the airport since long - covering areas like Departure Control Systems (DCS), Ground-handling, Resource Management and Baggage Services - that help plan, manage and track flights at airports.

“ACDM is an important addition to the airport solutions available from IBS. We are delighted that our products are a key element to the quick and successful implementation of this initiative.

We are also proud to being part of making the airport more efficient, at reduced costs and enhanced capacity,” said IBS Software senior airport business consultant Mick Auger.



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