How to Achieve Automation in Load Control (Part 7 of 7): Automated Handling of Irregularities
White Paper / Case Study: Digitalize Your Ramp
How to achieve Automation in Load Control (Part 6 of 7): Roles, Rights and Workflow Support
Future Ramp: Digitalize Your Load Control Ramp Activities
Digitalized Load Control on the ramp means to provide the ramp agent with a mobile solution that allows to update important load data directly from the apron – without any paperwork or phone. Please read more in this blog.
Future Ramp (Part 3): Digitalize Your Turnaround Management
Punctual turnarounds have become a critical factor for success for airline operations, though it is still a relatively uncharted territory for many airlines. Therefore it shall be part of any airlines digitalization strategy. The biggest obstacle however is the laborious gathering of the necessary data. “Turnaround Management 3.0” might be a solution.
How to achieve Automation in Load Control (5 of 7): Importance of Automated Background Checks
For Load Control organizations automation is the main driver to execute the Weight and Balance process more efficiently. Within this blog I would like to share with you my thoughts about the importance of automated background checks provided by a fully automated application support.
Future Ramp: How to create a good Ramp Agent Dashboard (Part 2)
Future Ramp: In part 2 my blog sequence “How to create a good Ramp Agent Dashboard” I add five more recommendations for a professional Ramp Agent Dashboard design. If you like to hear more about the Ramp Agent Workspace Solution approach, come and listen to my presentation in one week at the Airline & Aerospace MRO & Flight Operations IT Conference APAC, Bangkok, Thailand
Future Ramp: How to create a good Ramp Agent Dashboard (Part 1 of 2)
How to achieve Automation in Load Control (Part 4 of 7): Automated Messaging
Automated messaging is an important and in parts also mandatory part of Load Control. It is the transmission of (necessary) Load Control information, messages and documents that need to be delivered to other Load Control stakeholders for further processing. Please read in this blog, what kind of messages shall ideally be triggered automatically.
How to achieve Automation in Load Control (Part 3 of 7)
Blog: How to achieve Automation in Load Control (Part 2 of 7)
Why using Mobility Solutions in Load Control?
Future Load Control: Why using 3D visualization for Load Control?
Have you ever thought about, how Future Load Control might look like? Here is our idea: 3D visualization has long been one of the main issues in surgery training, in architecture as well as in landscape and environmental planning and brought improvements to many aspects of the quality of work execution. Why not then use it also in Load Control? The utilization of 3D visualization technologies in Weight and Balance - for instance a 3D Loadplan - may be one significant feature of the “Future Load Control”.
Improve your Load Control efficiency (4): Why the auto-load button doesn´t always make your life easier….
In Load Control automation can be described as the use of system support to simplify processes. But it appears that the benefits gained through automation are perceived differently between the management and the user level. It is the management’s task to take these gaps into consideration when deciding to make their load control department more efficient through automation support.
Improve your Load Control Efficiency, Part 5.1: Organizational Aspects
In today’s changing airline business, optimal weight and balance is an important factor in achieving greater operational productivity and profitability. This two-divided blog takes a broader look on how organizational aspects might help influence this.
Future Ramp: Digitalize Your Ramp!
Are you a digitalized airline? I am sure, you will say “Yes” or “We are just transforming”. I totally agree with you, when looking at the area of the passenger travel experience. But do your digitalization activities also include the ramp? If not, I would like to invite you to follow this blog series about the “Future Ramp”.