AIRPORT & AIR LINE

Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur International Airport stands as one of the biggest and most challenging project ever implemented in XYBASE's history.

Among the few projects awarded, including the Meteorological System, the Point of Sales System, the Management Information System and the Central Airport Operational Database.  XYBASE had also designed, developed and implemented the three main Command Centers at the airport namely the Airport Operation Center, the Crisis Control Center and the Network Management Center.

The Command Centers are the heart and the brain of the airport.  XYBASE is proud to be a part of this history and critical success factor is XYBASE had completed the project on time for the airport opening.
 

Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, Indonesia

XYBASE had successfully implemented the airportXpert system, a state-of-the-art homegrown airport solution at the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta, Indonesia since Dec 2006.

The once used to be manual operations, whereby operators had used paper charts for resource planning, manual radio communications fro flight updates and billings to tenants that take months to generate had now been modernized and improved.  Change management on the users old habit of operations procedures had been the biggest challenge.

With full cooperation and team work with the airport authority, XYBASE did a final cutover during February 2007 for both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2.  Real time and accurate flight information and aircraft movement had helped billings being processed and produced on a timely manner.  Forecast resource planning and revenue management was implemented for the first time.
 

Logan International Airport, Boston, USA

The first break through in the US market, the home grown airportXpert from  Malaysia was implemented at the Logan International Airport in Boston, Massachusetts. XYBASE's airport solution product was selected among others for the state-of-the-art integrated design powered by the Middleware Engine, called XYBASE Message Broker (XMB).

The airportXpert was implemented to replace a system that was used for the past 20 years.  Since May 2003, the resource planning and allocations had been more organized, flight updates had been efficiently controlled and promptly updated.  The aeronautical billing process that had usually taken 45 days to complete had been efficiently processed in within 7 days.  Lost revenue due to inconsistent flight information compared to the airlines input had been eliminated.  Our client, MASSPORT had continuously renewed the Operation and Maintenance contract with XYBASE.
 

Ataturk Airport Terminal, Istanbul, Turkey

XYBASE with its team, Oracle Turkey and KocSistem, had won the contract to implement the integrated Central Database, Terminal Backbone and Master System Integrator for the New International Flight Terminal in year 1999. 

XYBASE begins its worldwide business from here.  In this project, XYBASE had successfully implemented a fully integrated suite of systems:

  • XYBASE Message Broker (XMB)
  • XYBASE Operational Database (XODB)
  • XYBASE Terminal Management System (XTMS)
  • XYBASE Flight Management Module (XFMM)
  • XYBASE Flight Information Management System (XFIMS)
  • XYBASE Commercial Management System (XCMS)
     

Madrid-Barajas International Airport, Spain

Being part of AENA-Isdefe team (Management of System Integration) XYBASE provided special integration consultancy services for the following activities towards successful opening of the airport:

  • Assessment, review and refinement of the Airport System Integration Management Plan

  • Definition and development of the Airport Scenarios to design the Systems Integration Tests

  • Support in the review of the definition and design of the Airport Management and Crisis Center

  • Development of the Integration Test Plans and Procedures

  • Support in the review and analysis of Integration Tests results

  • Support in the planning, preparation and execution of Operational Readiness Tests  
     

Inchon International Airport, South Korea

Being part of the SDS (MSI) and IIAC team to provide the following activities towards successful opening of the airport:

  • Assessment, review and refinement of the Airport System Integration Management Plan
  • Definition and development of the Airport Scenarios to design the Systems Integration Tests
  • Development of the Integration Test Plans and Procedures
  • Support in the review and analysis of Integration Tests results
  • Support in the planning, preparation and execution of Operational Readiness Tests 
     

Southwest Florida International Airport, Ft. Myers, USA

XYBASE was awarded the contract to supply and integrate XODB (XYBASE Airport Operational Database), XTMS (XYBASE Terminal Management System) and XMB (XYBASE Message Broker, the only working middle messaging product in North America).

XMB provides the interface between the XYBASE supplied products and the EVIDS (Electronic Video Display System by Comnet), the Johnson Controls BMS (Building Management System) and the Videcom CUTE (Common Use Terminal Equipment).

XYBASE had implement a cohesive airport management structure as part of the Johnson Controls overall contract. This type of phased growth and system expansion, to keep pace with airport demands and constraints, fits perfectly with the open and easily applied interfacing business process that is inherently part of XYBASE implementation and the XMB.
 

Sydney International Airport, Australia

The Integrated Retail Management System (RMS) implementation at the Sydney International Airport (SIA), Australia was one of the largest integrated RMS installations in an airport in Australia. The international terminal complex housed approximately 70 concessions. Sydney Airport Corporation Ltd (SACL) required an automated system to store and retrieve information about their retail revenue in the airport and all associated information with respect to retail management. Phase One of the project to integrate the largest retailer needed to be completed in time for the Olympics, which was accomplished in 4 months.

Retailing is managed by retail experts in the commercial space provided by the airport operator and in return for the space provided; the airport authority collects a percentage of the sales in terms of royalty. The primary function of the RMS is to enable SACL to effectively monitor and manage Retail Revenue generated by the airport. The RMS provides SACL with on-line sales information as well as passenger movement information from the various existing airport systems. As such, income/revenue is calculated and sales analysis on passenger buying profiles, most/least saleable items, seasonal item analysis and many other customizable items performed on a daily basis to ensure that retail revenue generation is constantly maximized.

With the RMS, SACL is able to ensure that the relevant retailers (or concessionaires) are performing effectively to ensure maximum revenue generation at each of their stores in the airport. In addition, SACL is able to effectively decide whether a store should be relocated in view that the current location is not commercially viable. Alternatively, the RMS can also provide decision making information, e.g. the suitability of a particular specialty store in an airport environment and that its occupying space can provide better commercial prospects to a specialty store of a different nature. With RMS, SACL is able to make informed decisions based on the results and information provided to ensure that each retail/commercial space is effectively utilized to maximize revenue consistently.
 

Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Philippine

XYBASE implemented the Airport Operational Retail Management System (AORMS) for Ninoy Aquino International Airport. At the peak, the AORMS would be interfaced with 96 different retailers that run on different technical platforms. The system enables our client to effectively monitor and manage retail revenue at the airport. It also interfaces to the accounting system (SAP) for billing purposes. AORMS enables our client to shorten the time taken to generate its bills to the retailers as well as to perform sales analysis, passenger profiling and produces other information for strategic management.
 

Harare Airport, Zimbabwe

XYBASE, together with its partner, Omega Alpha International, provided consultancy services for Operational Readiness and Training for the New Harare International Terminal in Zimbabwe.

The scope of the project involves:

  • Development of Operational Readiness and Training Plan
  • Development of the Airport Operations Manual (AOM) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)
  • Conduct functional testing of system and facilities
  • Conduct testing on system and operational facilities
  • Conduct operational trial and simulation.
     

Male International Airport, Maldives

XYBASE implemented the new check-in system at Male International Airport, Maldives. With this facility, all the airlines operating at Male are able to check-in their passenger online.
 

San Jose

XYBASE provided our consultancy services which includes IT modeling and planning services.
 

Poland Warsaw

XYBASE provided our consultancy services which includes IT modeling and planning services.
 

Dubai

XYBASE implemented airportXchange, a B2B platform for the Middle East airports to conduct online pre-qualification and tender for their expansionary projects.  AirportXchange is an exciting portal that provides a gateway to the airport community to provide information, improve  collaboration and facilitate business transactions. Main functions of the airportXchange portal includes:

  • Travel information (hotels and flight booking)
  • Auction
  • Virtual Exhibition and Suppliers Catalog
  • Tender
  • Discussion Forum
     

Uganda Entebbe

XYBASE implemented check-in solution that allows many airlines to share the same gates and desks through a common workstation, maximizing airport operations efficiency. The system also provides a complete passenger data-handling infrastructure to a group of users with diverse requirements for EIA to run airport operation easily.

We also implemented a comprehensive Baggage Reconciliation System (BRS) that guarantees each loaded baggage is matched with a passenger who has actually boarded and allows tracking all bags from check-in to loading point. It also provides relevant feedback to airlines' host pertaining to the status of the bags.
 

Shanghai Pudong

XYBASE provided our consultancy services which includes IT modeling and planning services.
 

KazanNew Win

In this project, XYBASE provides consultancy services to improve the business process and getting the airport to be ready for the Universiade Games.  We also will be implementing Baggage Reconciliation System and Resource Management System to improve terminal and ground handling operations.

 

 

Airport & Airline

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