Flight Deck provides full monitoring and management capabilities for your self-service fleet of devices
Flight Deck provides full monitoring and management capabilities for your self-service fleet of devices, including kiosks, bag drops and boarding gates. It is delivered as a web portal over a HTTPS connection providing remote monitoring capability. It also provides text message and email alerts to users enabling prompt attention to customer queries, replenishment of consumables and on-going maintenance. This reduces device down-time and improves airport passenger processing efficiency.
Flight Deck’s architecture has been designed to automatically scale as more devices are added without impacting performance and provides users ease of management by enabling multiple views and permissions.
Designed and developed using microservice architecture, Flight Deck works with Elenium and third-party self-service products and a range of automation applications providing users with a single interface to manage their airport automation devices.
- Summary of all devices and their current status (battery power, components, network status and etc.);
- Real time monitoring of devices both in group view and single device view;
- Filter devices to easily identify devices by characteristic;
- Open, close, power cycle and test devices and their components (including printers) by individual device or groups of devices;
- Generating reports for analytics and billing purposes;
REAL TIME MONITORING
Real time device monitoring for your self-service fleet
ANALYTICS & REPORTING
Pre-built dynamic drilldown filters and reporting templates.
Manage and control all devices and user access control via a web-based console.
POWERED BY THE CLOUD
No software installation required, accessible from a wide range of devices, highly available, scalable and secure.
tried and tested customer experiences
Kempegowda International Airport Bengalaru
Bangalore’s Kempegowda International Airport is the busiest in South India and third-busiest in the country.
Vietnam Airlines has emerged as the leader of aviation industry in Vietnam after 20 years of development at an average annual growth rate in the double-digits.
Abu Dhabi International Airport handled 22.3 million passengers in 2018 and is investing to facilitate future growth, with its $3 billion Midfield Terminal Building.
Winner of the AAA National Airport Industry Awards Customer Experience Award, is committed to continually improving the airport experience.
Hong Kong Airport
Hong Kong International Airport is transforming from a city airport to an airport city. With almost 75 million passengers annually.
Queenstown Airport has experienced a sustained period of ongoing growth, which has soared to more than 2.2million in 2018.