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Artificial Intelligence Systematics

In artificial intelligence, the system is given a task that it must solve. For this, algorithms and systematics are used to find the corresponding results.

Information is then put into context, which, when combined, produces a specific result. For example, an AI controlled speech recognition can distinguish between the word dog and wound by analyzing the word environment. If certain expressions such as bite, bark, leash occur, it is the dog. Similarly, if terms such as injury, rubbing, rubbing, pain occur, it is the word wound. Each of the elements is weighted, i.e. the more often a word is used together with the dog, the clearer it is, a single word is enough to identify the terms clearly. In our special environment of flight handling, however, it is important to check exactly these definitions for their meaning.

Uniqueness is not enough, the algorithms used must only make decisions in a certain direction with a very high probability. This brings us to the second important issue, the sequence of actions. Safety and ethical responsibility come first.

Again an example. When loading containers, it must be ensured that no shipper or loadmaster stands in the way and could be damaged. Or, if the AI has to decide which containers are to be loaded directly and which perhaps only on the next flight, then a weighting should be applied in which urgent medicines take precedence over cargo that may be more profitable.

The prioritization should always be dynamic, as long as it is not about security or moral responsibility. But with all procedures, systematics and algorithms, the “trial and error” principle should not be forgotten. The AI should be able to try out what leads to success. Initially, this is only analyzed and not directly applied. Again an example, the passenger with the properties x, y, z always shows the same behavior and the action A,B,C must then follow. If you have analyzed tens of thousands of passengers and the probability is very high that it arrives, you can release the action.

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CORONA – Downsizing

Corona has changed everything in the aviation business. Passenger numbers have plummeted dramatically. Passengers need to keep their distance from each other. The rules of entry are very different and constantly changing.

This cannot be handled with the means used so far. New ideas and interim solutions are needed. AviationIT provides tools for their systems that adapt to the new requirements and thus ensure more efficiency:

-control distance

-Change seat assignment

-Switch operation of devices to voice input and voice output

-Corona countries of entry Check authorization specifically

Include -corona immunity certificates in the clearance process

-create personal profiles, who may be assembled with whom

-Technical changes (air flow in the cabin)

-create new tools (own ID cards) for faster registration of contacts in case of infection

-Automated tools that perform rebooking and distribution in the booking systems

AviationIT.de offers all this, we are ready! Please contact us!

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Do you already use artificial intelligence?

In today’s applications of Artificial Intelligence AI, the skills in the commercial sector are almost always used in marketing or science. How can I offer my customers exactly what they want and need. For this purpose, big data information is automatically used, analyzed and determined how and to whom the product can be offered directly. In science, AI is used to find new ways that humans cannot see on their own to develop new technologies and e.g. drugs.

We are of the opinion that the use of artificial intelligence AI in the direct operational area is still neglected. There we see at present a very large potential in the aviation industry. The company AviationIT-FZ has therefore developed new systems in this area. These are easy to integrate into the already existing IT, because we use standard interfaces and do not change the actual process. The information of past and current flights, which is generated during handling and loading, is analysed with the help of AI and recommendations are given for the optimisation of the processes, thus contributing to cost savings.

At the same time it detects errors and displays them directly to the user with the help of Augmented Reality AR. An example of this:

The camera of a tablet or mobile phone automatically displays containers that need to be loaded quickly to avoid delays. Over time, more and more precise suggestions are made, as the AI learns better and better and recognizes where there is still room for improvement. Do not miss this cost advantage. Come and talk to us, we have a solution!

 

 

 

Ever heard of LoRaWAN?

Not only in Corona times you have to save money. Airlines and airports are already saving money in normal times when there is no other way. Here is an example how efficiently money can be saved: LoRaWAN is the topic. Hand on heart! Have you ever heard of the LoRaWAN wireless technology? An exciting topic that will be part of our everyday life in the near future. In this short article you will find out how LoRaWAN can change our lives for the better and why LoRaWAN has become an integral part of modern airline and airport concepts.

What does LoRaWAN stand for?

The “Long Range Wide Area Network” – or LoRaWAN for short – is a radio technology capable of transmitting data over long distances and even from remote and difficult to access locations in an energy-efficient, cost-effective and secure manner. Currently, only complex line systems such as Ethernet and Wlan networks exist, which often establish company-specific connections. However, many components do not need a real-time connection at all, and the amount of data is also small. This is where LoRaWAN comes into play, a system that uses existing infrastructures and transfers data largely free of charge.

This is not personal information, but states that are either captured by sensors or can be represented by short texts. Since no company network is used, no firewall configurations and activations are necessary. Therefore, everything can be put into operation quickly and easily. Finished, inexpensive modules are already available for a two-digit Euro amount. These small units are maintenance-free and energy-saving. Applications are often alive tests, which determine whether a server is still running, a passenger boarding bridge on the apron is still docked to the aircraft, or a sensor should only send a short message.

In Germany, LoRaWAN can be used nationwide without incurring mobile phone costs, this will be similar abroad. With a network of transmitters, receivers and servers, Long Range Wide Area technologies enable seamless interaction of different systems and technologies without complex installations. Due to its low data bandwidth with long range and extremely low power consumption, LoRaWAN is perfectly suited for networking objects to an Internet of Things (IoT).

By means of countless interconnected devices and systems, data can be collected and analyzed to build a modern, powerful and sustainable infrastructure.

The great advantage of LoRa technology is its flexibility. LoRaWAN networks can be installed both indoors and outdoors without complicated implementation. Another advantage of LoRaWAN is the use of free frequency bands for which no license fees or mobile phone costs are incurred. LoRa specifications are freely available and are created by the LoRa Alliance.

In contrast to transmission technologies such as WLAN or Bluetooth, which have too short a range to network sensors and devices, LoRa networks enable bidirectional communication. Here, data can be transmitted in both directions from point to point. Transmitter and receiver can simultaneously hold both roles or change their respective roles.

Thanks to bidirectional communication and the Over-the-Air (OTA) update function, a LoRa network can be changed from public to private and vice versa with a simple push update.

In addition to reducing maintenance costs and simultaneously increasing productivity and process optimization, this means above all an ecological and economic improvement of the quality of life in our working environment of tomorrow.

Are you curious?

Get in contact with us, we will show you where you can save costs.

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