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Meet Viasat at MRO and Flight Ops IT Conference, LHR, 2018

Let’s meet in London

Join us for some plane spotting during coffee breaks, at the MRO and Flight Ops IT Conference, beside Heathrow Airport, on 27 – 28 November, 2018.

We’d love the opportunity to meet you in London, so just click here and let us know when you’d like to connect up…

Who: Meet the Viasat Flight Ops team.

What: AeroDocs, aviation’s document management system and our modular EFB system.

Why: The Viasat Flight Path to the Connected Aircraft enables airlines to deploy our flight ops systems quickly, then add wireless IFE and in-flight internet later, using the same cabin network.

Where: Park Inn by Radisson Hotel and Conference Centre, London Heathrow Airport, UK.

When: 27 – 28 November 2018. Just click here to book your slot with our team.

Take Control with AeroDocs

AeroDocs is so easy to use, it lets any airline take control of the XML editing of operational manuals, with multiple benefits, including:

  • Compliance module – link to regulations for fast reference and get update notifications.
  • Content re-use – save time and stress by confidently re-using existing content.
  • Process control – custom workflows to suit your operations.
  • Document lifecycle – full visibility and control of your documents.
  • Collaboration – many hands make light work and we make collaboration easy.
  • Auditing – generate custom reports for auditors, save time and stress.
  • Continuous updating – update your manuals in minutes for a more responsive operation.
  • High quality, reliable and secure – used by leading airlines.

We would appreciate the opportunity to present AeroDocs to you and your team, to tell you more about the measurable benefits that are delivered by taking control. We can also show how AeroDocs can help ensure IOSA compliance. We can supply the system directly, or participate in your next RFP.

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Free webinar – safety and compliance document management for airlines

The delivery of a safe, quality service to customers is critically important in the high-tech aviation sector, where passengers have never had so much choice. A focus on quality and a safe, efficient passenger experience is what sets the most successful airlines apart. Efficient management of documentation plays a key role in successful delivery and has the added bonus of making regulatory compliance so much easier to achieve and safety audits easier to manage.

Safety and Compliance Document Management – Sign Up for our FREE Webinar

On February 23, 2017, we’ll be holding a live webinar on The Secret to Safety and Compliance, with our friends at Aircraft IT. We’ll give a brief overview of the extensive AeroDocs feature set, demonstrate why our software is the best safety and compliance solution in aviation, and answer your questions. If you’d like to attend the webinar, just click on the blue button and book your place with Aircraft IT.

The importance of documentation

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An airline’s documentation system must be a record of activities that are relevant to its quality management system and clearly linked to quality objectives. The documents must be in a usable format, controlled and continually reviewed, revised and improved. This is a complex task, particularly for an airline with a wide variety of complex documents and an organisational structure that may span the globe.

When the auditors call to check your documentation, they will look at a range of requirements:

  • Does your document system respond to the standard?
  • Is there consistency in naming conventions, look and feel, numbering and formatting?
  • Do the procedures describe what’s happening?
  • Is the documentation controlled?
  • Are all employees informed?
  • Are the procedures followed? By everyone? All the time?
  • Is there objective evidence that the procedures are being followed?

AeroDocs Airline Document Management System is designed to actively assist with all key audit requirements so that conformance with safety and other audits becomes a useful and productive element of management, no longer a time-consuming chore. Critically, AeroDocs is designed to be so easy to use, with an intuitively-designed front end hiding the complexity of a powerful XML editor at the back end.

IATA – Safety is Number One Priority

IATA, the International Air Transport Association, has identified safety as its number one priority and is committed to making flying even safer. IATA, which airlines join voluntarily, supports airline activity and helps formulate industry policy and standards along with the other regulatory bodies, from the UN’s ICAO, through the US FAA, the EU’s EASA and national CAAs. Safely connecting people and businesses continues to be IATA’s top priority. IATA works with airlines and industry partners in raising standards and implementing best practices. And the figures speak for themselves. Airlines who take part in IATA’s IOSA safety audit programme have, on average, 2.5 times less accidents than non-members.

Sign up for our FREE webinar with Aircraft IT, 23 Feb 2017. Just click here:


Find out more about IATA’s mission to make aviation safer at: www.iata.org

AeroDocs Document Management System assists airlines with digital document controlsafety management and it makes regulatory compliance so much easier to achieve. Learn more about AeroDocs DMS here: https://www.arconics.com/aerodocs-airline-document-management/


Image credits

AeroDocs screens – Arconics Studio

Keywords

digital document control, safety management, audit, regulatory compliance, document, airline, IATA, IOSA, AeroDocs

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Qatar Airways Goes Live with AeroDocs Documentation Management by Arconics

Airline introduces fully-integrated web-based hosting of policies and manuals for real-time access and authoring

Qatar Airways and subsidiary companies all using live web documentation management

PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

21 November 2016

DUBLIN, Ireland

The Qatar Airways Group has gone ‘live’ with a state-of-the-art documentation management system to enable the airline and its subsidiaries to host and share corporate manuals and policies with staff in real-time.

Qatar Airways has implemented AeroDocs software from Arconics, a ViaSat company, to provide a single centralised repository to revise and track all operational and non-operational company manuals and documentation for operational readiness. The ability to create, author, edit and mark all changes in a visible manner over the web enables team members to easily keep abreast of, and be alerted to, relevant procedural modifications as and when they happen.

A350-Qatar-Airways-Arconics-AeroDocs-6.jpgFrom a safety and security standpoint, the carrier has been pro-active in following an IOSA recommendation to have documentation managed under “a centralised corporate scheme of document hierarchy”. The system provides the tools necessary to establish a routine regulatory compliance programme.

Qatar Airways administrators now have real-time visibility of a highly efficient distribution process, which ensures that various outputs such as web browsers, laptops and electronic flight bags, are simultaneously synchronised and all staff have access to the current version of documents. Arconics has integrated AeroDocs into existing Qatar Airways Group systems to minimise the operational overhead, and ensure accuracy of information and consistency across all systems.

Qatar Airways Senior Vice President, Group Safety and Security, Mr. Ashish Jain remarked: “With Qatar Airways’ exponential growth, we invest in technology that will integrate our teams and create efficient platforms that cut across time zones and barriers. With this live corporate documentation management system, the web-based functionality created especially for Qatar Airways, allows us to maintain consistency, regulatory compliance and quality control in a manner that is in line with our business growth plans.”

Furthermore, the system allows authors to collaborate more easily with best-in-class web-based editing functionality and document owners and regulators can manage and approve new revisions seamlessly. With the AeroDocs system, corporate policies and manuals can be viewed from mobile devices and configured for defined user groups too.

qatar-airways-2.jpgThe accessibility of the web-based hosting system allows Qatar Airways to equip its staff with regular updates and ease of access to review essential corporate manuals and provides the tools to establish a routine regulatory compliance programme. Qatar Airways employees will be further trained on the system via an innovative digital learning module blended with brief instructor led workshops.

Arconics Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Niall O’Sullivan remarked: “Success in safety and compliance depends on shared knowledge that is communicated via an airline’s documentation. By enabling subject matter experts to collaborate more effectively and providing real-time tracking and management of the publication and distribution process, we strengthen safety and compliance across the enterprise.

“One of the most satisfying elements of this successful deployment of AeroDocs has been the high level of collaboration between the Qatar Airways project team and the project managers and developers at Arconics. By working closely together, we have built a system that will keep Qatar Airways at the leading edge of safety and compliance for many years to come.”

AeroDocs, the safety and compliance document management system for aviation is now available for deployment to airlines worldwide. AeroDocs will be demonstrated at the 10th Annual Flight Ops Conference, LHR, 29-30 November 2016.

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For further information, please contact:

Gary Byrnes, Arconics, a ViaSat company

T: +353 1 611 4625

E: gary.j.byrnes@arconics.com

W: www.arconics.com

Notes to Editors

About Arconics

Arconics, a ViaSat company, is a provider of enterprise software and mobile applications for aircraft operators. The Company’s mission is to help operators reduce costs, improve efficiency and ensure compliance with regulatory obligations. The Company’s products include the market-leading AeroDocs platform for document management. AeroEFB electronic flight bag (EFB), CloudStore, a wireless in-flight entertainment (IFE) platform and PaxApp, a cabin management solution.  The Arconics connected aircraft software platform connects flight crew, cabin crew and passenger devices, delivers easy access to aircraft data, makes app deployment much faster and easier, and enables real-time data-sharing with flight operations via a satellite communications link. Arconics, registered as Aerodocs Limited, is headquartered in Dublin, Ireland.

AeroDocs product info: https://www.arconics.com/safety-compliance-document-management-aerodocs/

For graphics resources, company profile and more, visit the Arconics press centre: https://www.arconics.com/media-kit/

About Qatar Airways

Qatar Airways, the national carrier of the State of Qatar, is one of the fastest growing airlines operating one of the youngest fleets in the world. Now in its 19th year of operations, Qatar Airways has a modern fleet of 191 aircraft flying to more than 150 key business and leisure destinations across six continents.

A multiple award-winning airline, Qatar Airways was awarded World’s Best Business Class; Best Business Class Airline Lounge and Best Airline Staff Service in the Middle East at the prestigious 2016 World Airline Awards managed by international air transport rating organisation Skytrax.

Qatar Airways is a member of the oneworld global alliance. The award-winning alliance was named the World’s Best Airline Alliance 2015 by Skytrax for the third year running. Qatar Airways was the first Gulf carrier to join global airline alliance, oneworld, enabling its passengers to benefit from more than 1,000 airports in more than 150 countries, with 14,250 daily departures.

Oryx One, Qatar Airways’ inflight entertainment system offers passengers up to 3,000 entertainment options from the latest blockbuster movies, TV box sets, music, games and much more. Passengers flying on Qatar Airways flights served by its B787, A350, A380, A319 as well as select A320 and A330 aircraft can also stay in touch with their friends and family around the world by using the award-winning airline’s on-board Wi-Fi and GSM service.

Qatar Airways is one of the world’s leaders in sponsoring global sporting events, including the strategic team sponsorships of FC Barcelona and Al-Ahli Saudi Arabia FC. Qatar Airways’ strategy reflects the values of sports as a means of bringing people together, something at the core of the airline’s own brand message – Going Places Together.

Qatar Airways Cargo, the world’s third largest cargo carrier, serves more than 50 exclusive freighter destinations worldwide via its Doha hub and also delivers freight to more than 150 key business and leisure destinations globally on 191 aircraft. The Qatar Airways Cargo fleet now includes eight Airbus 330Fs, 11 Boeing 777 freighters and two Boeing 747 freighters.

For further information contact:

Qatar Airways Group, Corporate Communications Department

Tel: +974 4022 2200, Fax: +974 40225350

E-mail: qrmedia@qatarairways.com.qa

Visit our homepage www.qatarairways.com or our sites on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Instagram, and YouTube.

For Qatar Airways corporate images, please click here: http://www.qatarairways.com/corporateimages

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