Wherever data is concerned in an airport environment, the pivotal requirements are reliability, topicality and the possibility of cross-system exchange. The AirportSuite operational database (AODB) offers a centralised data storage on a single server. This centralised approach allows the management of all data from any connected systems in one instance and for all operations.
Information stored and administered in the AODB covers long-term data like, for example, customer and address information, public tariffs and a service catalogue, aircraft data etc. as well as topical operative information like flight schedule data, accruing fees and charges, invoicing data etc.
Complete Airport IT Integration with Information Broker
In addition to reliable and comprehensive data storage, the availability of data for all interacting software systems is of utmost importance. Here, the AirportSuite-MB (message broker) supports a multitude of standard data exchange protocols and also offers a great number of aviation-specific interfaces like, for example, IATA message import, connection to FIDS systems and common financial bookkeeping software (e.g. SAP, ORACLE Finance) etc.
The flexible module with its versatile interface adaptation also allows the integration of non-standard systems with a minimum of programming efforts. With the package AirportSuite-AODB/MB an unprecedented degree of system integration can be achieved, where all information can be stored centrally and made available to every involved system.
Features & Benefits
All important master data and operational information are stored centrally and unambiguously in one location (AODB).
The powerful information broker establishes communication with any systems important for flight business, e.g. national co-ordination institutions, messaging systems (IATA/AFTN), FIDS solutions, ground handlers, financial accounting etc.
Acting as a central information management hub, AirportSuite-AODB/MB offers an ideal basis for the available operational software modules from flight scheduling to aeronautical billing as well as for collaborative systems (A-CDM, TAM)