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UFIS AIRTILUS - Airport Management in the cloud
Transcript of UFIS AIRTILUS - Airport Management in the cloud
actual and adhoc flight management
multiple location operations
standard resource management
service contract management
import of standard SSIM or proprietary flightplan files
flexible Interfacing through underlying ESB and Script engine
standard IATA, AFTN and CFMU message processing out-of-the-box
MQ messaging server out-of-the-box
mobile client on Android 1. Mission Statement designed for collaborative flight information management at airports
small to medium and large airports and groundhandlers
fully web based application
scalable virtual appliance
multi-airport operation through segment oriented design and user management for multiple locations Elastic Airport
Flight Management 6.Live Demo 4.Feature Timeline 3. Technical Features
embracing OpenSource technology
underlying products are available as community and enterprise editions, affordable licenses
Airtilus is build on top of mature products with a track of efficiency and reliability
flexible scaling - horizontal and vertical scaling
any current web browser can run the application client. No need of additional installation. Base
Airtilus runs as a virtual appliance - OS, database, application server, MQ and ESB already included.
Available for VMWare in the private cloud (on-premise)
in the cloud
available on Amazon EC2 to run in the public cloud. Secure and reliable datacentres in US, Brazil, Ireland (Europe), Singapore and Tokyo (Asia Pacific) Deployment 5.Product Philosophy companies with no option to afford an expensive AODB solution
on-premise license or subscription based by usage
no upfront investment
deployed into the cloud, no datacentre or on-premise hardware for the server is required.
on-premise availability with minimum administration
fast deployment, ready for production within days.
all up-to-date documentation is available online.
Airtilus customers work online to raise issues, request features and look into the release management.
small and agile team, focus on core competency
distributed working environment
managed Assets - the complete codebase is maintained in a Source Code Management system providing reliable access to all previous and current releases
agile Release Management - 2 to 3 major releases a year with new features - service releases every 4 to 6 weeks - fast turnaround on new requirements and issue handling.
automated Build and Test - applications are constantly build and tested automatically against a testsuite.
constant R&D, evaluation of technology and trends multiple locations user management functional flow Iteration 1
August 2009 proof of concept
layout of architecture
product base Iteration 2 - 3
September 2009 – April 2010 first production-ready version with basic functionality Iteration 4 - 5
May 2010 -June 2011 location management
authorization authentication - audit
flight schedule management
actual flight management
flight import (SSIM)
flight links - turnarounds
simple FIDS Screens
ground handling services - contracts Iteration 6
July 2011 - December 2011 dashboard
interface hub (ESB)
message processing (IATA, AFTN)
flight schedule calendar
mobile client Android Iteration 7
January 2012 - December 2012 Iteration 8
pax and cargo load management
operational rule engine
CDM milestone handling
Airtilus event engine
aircraft tracking (ground-air)
SCORE file processing