Your airline's success relies on the quality of the
decisions made by your network, maintenance, and crew
departments. Each department strives to meet its own objectives
and thus the decisions made are conflicting.
Existing incomplete solutions
All optimization solutions provided until now were forced to
ignore these conflicts, in order to reduce computational
complexity. As a result of this optimization separation, the
corresponding management solutions were working in silos and
were at best integrated via a common database or platform.
The ultimate solution: SchedulAir
Our innovative solution, SchedulAir, changes this. It offers
Unified Management and Optimization which considers
the interaction of all these conflicting decisions ensuring they
are managed and optimized simultaneously. As a result it
outperforms all competing solutions.
Unified Management: What are the benefits?
Smooth transition from planning to scheduling
SchedulAir is more than just a platform, it is a system with
Unified Management. This means that planners can enrich their
modeling with constraints that go beyond their typical grasp
(e.g. slot constraints) in order to understand the consequences of
their decisions at the scheduling stage. Likewise, schedulers can
look back in the analysis of planners and better understand why
and how certain decisions were taken and thereby improve schedule
Improved collaboration between and within departments
SchedulAir's Unified Optimizers simultaneously comply with the
constraints and optimization goals set by different departments
within an airline. This is more efficient than the sequential
integration of other products, where different departments often
have to go through several iterations to remove constraint
violations and achieve a mutually agreed schedule.
Maximized overall resource utilization
SchedulAir's Unified Optimizers explicitly consider the
constraints of several resources simultaneously (e.g. crew and
aircraft), thereby maximizing the overall resource utilization. As
a result, SchedulAir's aircraft and crew utilization is superior
to that of other systems, whose fleet assignment disregards the
consequences on aircraft and crew schedules.