Go direct to contents

Aviation

The largest airports in Norway are comparable to small towns, with wide-ranging work duties and areas of responsibility. An airport consists of a complex infrastructure that is located above, below and on ground level. Air travel is subject to considerable operational and safety demands and is regulated by both national and international laws. In addition to this, they must also be able to cope with a growing responsibility and accountability to the public. This means there is a need for effective planning and management tools, but these are subject to strict requirements.

Our solutions address the key challenges within planning and business management by using solutions that make it easy for users to compile and analyse information and to create new knowledge.

Our core area of competence is to increase the accessibility of information and knowledge through the integration of GIS with other industry or business systems. This provides the users with a single operational overview of all your facilities, while increasing their ability to efficiently control the operation of these.

GIS is used within:

  • Management of map and facility data at, and outside of, the airport
  • Design of the secure procedures for incoming and outgoing flights
  • Data capture at the airport
  • Solutions for the public, such as maps of the terminal and "apps" for the airport

GIS makes critical information available everywhere, both on the internet and on mobile devices. This gives you a unique opportunity to communicate with the public, by means of maps and applications that provide travellers with up-to-date information as they go. In a similar way, GIS helps to provide employees and business partners with increased interaction and makes information more accessible.

Contact us

  • Christer Sandum

    Key Account Manager

    Tel.: +47 911 55 190