Britannica Knowledge Systems will demonstrate Fox, its advanced training management system for pilots, cabin crew, maintenance personnel and ground crew, at the 19th World Aviation Training Conference and Tradeshow (WATS) April 19-21 2016 in Orlando, Florida.
Offering new management strategies and automation in the areas of scheduling, AQP, qualifications, grading, and compliance, Fox helps aviation training operations oversee training and learning while reducing training costs, minimizing scheduling and recovery time, expanding training capacity, maximizing resource utilization, and adhering to rules and regulations.
One of Britannica's customers, United Airlines, will present its own case study at WATS on the issues and decisions leading to its training operation automation. United's presentation, "New Strategies and Technologies to Optimize Aviation Learning and Training," will take place in the session "Applying New Technologies in Air Carrier Training" on April 20th at 11:15am.
Miki Ringelhim, Britannica's VP Sales and Business Development explained that more and more sizeable organizations are choosing optimization through Fox as their path forward in improving processes and cutting costs. Fox is fitted to each customer's unique goals through the support of Britannica's expert product delivery team who works closely with each customer to reflect their requirements in system configuration.
"Some customers seek maximized resources, the measurable ability to do more with less," said Ringelhim. "Others stress achieving total compliance as well as continuous learning achievement in this highly-regulated industry where training assimilation is critical to life and safety. In all cases, we guarantee increased operational efficiency, improved training effectiveness, and reduced expense."