Aviation Use Cases

We enable aviation companies deliver an interoperable data efficient ecosystem and gain a competitive advantage through advanced analytics with tailored planning and optimization solutions. With our wealth of industry knowledge and experience we support numerous aviation use cases.


Fluctuating Air Cargo and Passenger Demand

Air cargo and passenger demand have never been so unpredictable. Passenger demand has virtually disappeared on many routes and is expected to only return gradually over the next years. Air cargo demand has risen dramatically on some routes due to medical supply shipments but is expected to level off. At the same time, the supply of cargo space has substantially decreased across the globe and the traditional hub-and-spoke network based on passenger demand may not be sufficient to cope with current cargo demand.

 There is an opportunity to improve asset utilization by changing the fleet configuration to (1) carry cargo only, (2) cargo in cabin or (3) a mix of passengers and cargo.  However, all these developments require a new approach to fleet and network planning.

Advanced Analytics

Numerous supply chain analytics use cases for aviation in whatever category you may need support:

Assets, Demand, Process and Performance


Efficiently Plan Staff

We understand that operational planning of logistics goes hand in hand with planning the workforce. Workforce planning offers your organization a solution for planning these key business operations:

  • Generating shift requirements to cover the demand
  • Creating cyclic rosters and assigning these rosters to employees
  • Publishing employee rosters such that employees can view their schedules on their mobile app and request for leave, shift swap, etc.
  • Assigning activities to employees and manage day of operations
  • Processing timesheets

Start with embedding and aligning your workforce planning into the planning to ensure an optimized integrated operations planning is driving your margins and reduces operational costs.

Advanced Analytics for Aviation

A glimpse into our numerous advanced analytics use cases for aviation divided into 4 categories: Assets, Demand, Process and Performance



Aircraft health monitoring
Pattern recognition to predict when airplanes/equipment need maintenance on a unit by unit basis

Automated damage detection
Camera footage to scan cargo for damage detection and automatic administration

Workforce deficiency detection
Use pattern recognition to find causalities of workforce unavailability‘s and inefficiencies


Real-time demand visibility
Sensor and event data to visualize and analyze the flow of orders through the network

Self learning demand planning
Predict demand based on self learning models that learn directly from the day-to-day situation

End-to-end planning
Incorporate all available data (sensors/actuals) from customers to be better prepared


Data driven contracting
Flexible contracting based on actual data for a better fit with operations

Real-time scheduling
Advanced predictions of ETA/ETD for real-time scheduling adjustments

Improved bagage handling
Predict the journey bagage will take to identify possible bottlenecks and act accordingly


Advanced dashboarding
Interactive and advanced dashboarding that allow monitoring of the data ambition

KPI identification
Discover analytical KPI’s that pave the way for data driven decision making

KPI optimization
Improve KPI’s and increase business value by combining different data sources


Planning of Airport Ground Services

Every day, ground services at an airport provide services for the airlines. These are mission critical services with specific turnaround times tied to planned arrivals and departures. Living up to agreed quality and performance levels is a daily challenge, both in terms of economics and in terms of planning.

Timely performance is measured in terms of minimizing  turnaround time and the delay of aircrafts, which involves a collection of dependent services that must be executed in a specific order. For example, an aircraft’s push-back from the gate can only be started when all other services are completed. An important
limitation to note is that aircrafts cannot be fueled and catered at the same time.

We have an overall, integrated vision for joint planning and scheduling of multiple ground services processes and are keen to introduce you to our solutions that help you solve these planning puzzles efficiently.

Industry Recognition

We support our customers in the digital transformation of their business operations. Data driven decision support is our company’s heartbeat and we deliver clarity by digitizing decision processes with extensive supply chain expertise, our smart technology and our skilled analytical team.


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Improved bagage handling
Predict the journey baggage will take to identify possible bottlenecks and act accordingly.

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