Aerogility adds new intelligent agents for civil aviation
Customers benefit from new capabilities and improved flexibility in configuring agents to meet their modeling requirements.
Our Civil Aviation Reference model is a good starting point for setting up a customer’s model and includes the new pre-configured agents. Less time and effort is required to implement the system.
Once the customer model is in place, a management team can use Aerogility analytics and planning to resolve important business decision, for example:
- Analyze different maintenance strategies to maximize aircraft availability.
- Project growth in capacity and weigh up the best options for new aircraft acquisition.
- Evaluate extending service life and end-of lease decisions.
- Generate network plans comparing profitability and operational impact of different route options.
- Run realistic simulations showing the impact of out-of-service events on fleet availability and potential risk mitigation options.
- Optimize inventory management policies by better alignment with predicted changes in future demand.
The new agents are now available to customers in the latest version of the Aerogility Aerospace & Defense Agent Library.
Steve Osborn, Aerogility Architect said, “We can create realistic models quickly that can handle most of the decision-support requirements for a civil airline operation. A real advantage of the multi-agent architecture is that we can offer improved versions of agents to our customers, without having to re-implement their system.”