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Air India said on Monday it has decided to use UK-based Ideagen’s enterprise cloud software application Coruson to enhance end-to-end safety management, including real-time intelligence, reporting and flight incident status. Coruson, a secure data software application, will go live on May 1, 2023, according to an official statement from the company.
Air India reportedly said the app would largely eliminate paperwork requirements and ensure that automated processes pass on key information to key personnel and authorities without delay. This will also lead to timely action.
According to the statement, Air India has always prioritized the safety of its passengers and crew, and the partnership with Coruson is another step in that journey.
Ideagen software covers all aspects of risk, giving airlines complete visibility into safety data from aircraft maintenance to on-board crew checks. It will provide Air India with complete visibility across the airline, enabling it to access up-to-date data and use it to identify and mitigate potential risks, thereby enhancing operational safety, the statement added.
Additionally, Ideagen’s customer base is said to exceed 11,400, including more than 250 airlines and the entire spectrum of top aerospace and defense companies, including British Airways, Emirates, Boeing, Airbus, BAE and the US Navy, according to the statement.
Henry Donohoe, Air India’s head of safety, security and quality, reportedly said in a statement, “We will be undertaking major and substantial upgrades to our existing systems and processes to ensure the seamless flow of intelligence and data in real time. and training are trusted by the global aviation industry.”
“Its entry will greatly enhance our ability to safeguard the safety and well-being of our passengers and crew, especially at a time when Air India is rapidly expanding its network of domestic and international routes,” he added.
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