Osprey data-led risk assessment software system allows Elit’Avia to assess relative risk of each flight in real time
Ljubljana-headquartered operator Elit’Avia has announced the implementation of Osprey Flight Solutions, a provider of proprietary data-led risk assessment software systems.
The Osprey system merges latest-generation technologies with expert human analysis to provide instant access to information on the global aviation security environment. Data is gathered from more than 200,000 open sources in 60 different languages and analyzed by artificial intelligence and machine learning to identify risk areas along flight paths.
System-generated data is reviewed by analysts. All reports and alerts are edited and approved by human experts. Sources include social media platforms, major international and local news media publications, national aviation authorities, law enforcement, government departments, industry organizations, special interest groups with a focus on aviation, think tanks and third party intelligence providers.
“We are very pleased to announce the implementation of Osprey Flight Solutions,” says Michel Coulomb, CEO, Elit’Avia. “By integrating sophisticated risk assessment into our flight planning, we are providing a safer environment for our passengers and crews. Furthermore, risk assessment optimizes flight planning and increases overall operational efficiency. Our investment in risk assessment underscores our commitments to safety, operational excellence and technological innovation.”
|Elit'Avia CEO Michel Coulomb|
Elit’Avia is Stage 3 International Standard-Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) certified by the IBAC and holds AOCs in Slovenia, Malta and San Marino. The company manages a mixed fleet of 25 midsize to long range business aircraft for charter and private use. Aircraft types include: Gulfstreams (650 and 450), Bombardier Globals (6000 and XRS), Bombardier Challengers (650, 605 and 604), Dassault Falcons (7X and 50EX) and Hawkers (850 and 800).
BlueSky Business Aviation News | 11th July 2019 | Issue #518