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David Hedley

David Hedley
David is joint founder and CTO of Vistair Systems with responsibility for product R&D. David is also the chief architect behind the development of DocuNet, Vistair's leading edge aviation document management service.
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Common Challenges Your Publishing Department Face When Manipulating Airbus & Boeing XML

Common Challenges Your Publishing Department Face When Manipulating Airbus & Boeing XML
Date:
8 May 2018
  XML data is fast becoming the technological platform of choice with regard to aviation documentation. For OEM manuals such as Airbus and Boeing, the intention behind using XML is to ensure data is formatted correctly so that it can be easily assimilated into various EFB platforms, supporting your air operations whilst also remaining compliant to strict regulatory standards.

Blockchain, The Cloud & Airline Document Management

Blockchain, The Cloud & Airline Document Management
Date:
4 Apr 2018
Airlines - which can span globally - currently have many systems that are in play which deal with a vast amount of data that they create, collect and hold. However, this data can become isolated in silos and when that data needs to be exchanged, it is not always a smooth transition - which can affect document management processes. Not only does this affect operational integrity when something goes wrong, but also the safety and security of both the data and the organisation too.

Cloud Security and The Airline Industry

Cloud Security and The Airline Industry
Date:
4 Apr 2018
Since the cloud has arrived, one common argument organisations have had against using it has been around whether it’s secure enough and how it fares against legacy systems. In fact, in a LinkedIn survey from 2016, “general security concerns” was named the biggest barrier to adopting cloud.

The Best Way to Move Airline Documents to the Cloud

The Best Way to Move Airline Documents to the Cloud
Date:
2 Mar 2018
Since the cloud market has matured over the years, it's now considered the most secure and efficient way for airlines to handle many more of their processes, including their aviation document management requirements. If airlines are still lagging behind with paper or locally stored digital documents, then it's time to consider implementing a cloud solution. However, with the number of documents and data an airline holds, it can seem like an incredibly daunting task even thinking about where to start with migrating it all to the cloud.

3 Ways to Make Airline Operations More Efficient

3 Ways to Make Airline Operations More Efficient
Date:
2 Mar 2018
As the airline industry continues moving forward in the digital era, it’s imperative that internal operations are run as efficiently as possible. During a time when new technology makes its mark in other areas of the industry, it’s good to see many airline operations embrace this as well which is imperative if airlines want to keep up with the ever-increasing compliance, safety and regulatory demands that are imposed against them.

Airline Technology Trends 2019

Airline Technology Trends 2019
Date:
2 Feb 2018
The airline industry, much like technology, is constantly evolving and adapting to new consumer habits, expectations and requirements around safety and security. As such, airlines are always looking for ways to adopt new and emerging technologies such as document management systems into their organisations in order to enhance both the customer experience and internal operations alike. In this article we take a look at three examples of technology trends that airlines are using to shape the future of the industry for 2019 and beyond including: Biometric technology AI and Robotics Accessibility  Cybersecurity and cloud

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