Employees manually controlled the operational environment indicators for execution of passenger flights, while existing systems took the cross-influence of factors only partially into account. This led to larger labor costs and flight delays.
“The Operational Restrictions Control System is a project that is unique for the aviation industry, as it is a superstructure above a variety of production systems and allows setting flight restrictions based on a visual rule constructor. This makes it possible to transfer functions of setting and analyzing data to line employees and flexibly respond to changes in the airline’s operating conditions. The project is a development of the Data Lake concept, in which the use of a large array of heterogeneous production data enables the achievement of a synergistic effect and implementation of functions that are not available in the existing production systems (MRO, flight planning, etc.)”