Malaysia Airways Berhad (MAB), the flag provider of Malaysia, has signed an settlement with IBS Software program for using its machine studying (ML) and synthetic intelligence (AI) applied sciences.
Beneath the five-year settlement, MAB will migrate its crew administration techniques to IBS Software program’s Cloud-based platform, iFlight Crew.
The transfer is meant to additional automate and improve the airline’s operations.
Malaysia Aviation Group Airways CEO Ahmad Luqman Mohd Azmi stated: “Malaysia Airways and IBS Software program have an extended historical past of working collectively since 2009.
“Having skilled their dedication to digital transformation to optimise operations for over ten years, we’re trying ahead to persevering with this journey to boost crew wellbeing, increase cost-savings and improve our crew administration techniques.”
The most recent settlement builds on a long-standing partnership of greater than ten years between MAB and IBS Software program.
IBS Software program stated it’ll proceed to supply options to help MAB’s flight operations, together with iFlight Crew Monitoring, Manpower Planning, AD OPT Pairing and Rostering Optimiser.
These applied sciences are designed to spice up worker productiveness in automating situational consciousness and decision-making, in addition to help knowledge circulation between ops and crew monitoring capabilities to boost disruption restoration.
IBS Software program president and World Gross sales & Advertising and marketing head Jitendra Sindhwani stated: “Crew planning and optimisation are central to any airline’s operations, price administration, and customer support supply.
“Malaysia Airways is a valued associate, and we’re thrilled to work collectively to take their crew administration options and techniques to new heights.”
IBS Software program gives software-as-a-service (SaaS) options for the aviation, tour and cruise and hospitality industries.
The corporate’s choices cowl fleet and crew operations, plane upkeep, passenger companies, loyalty programmes, workers journey and air cargo administration.
MAB has owned and operated Malaysia Airways since 2015. The airline at present carries as much as 40,000 passengers a day.