The ICARUS Aviation Data Sharing and Intelligence framework was presented at the 27th ACRIS Meeting, which was held in London on February 25th-27th, 2020.
ACI’s Aviation Community Recommended Information Services, known as ACRIS, sets the standard for information and data exchange in the aviation community, helping airports meet the demands of today and the future. ACRIS defines a framework for airports, airlines, partners and suppliers to share data across different companies and providers.
The definition and implementation of standardised business processes and interoperable IT solutions is a vital issue for the global aviation industry, especially as a way to improve efficiency and to increase revenues. This is not only valid within one stakeholder group (e.g. airlines), but also between different groups such as airlines and airports. The ACI Aviation Community Recommended Information Services (ACRIS) Working Group (WG) is focused on providing these solutions.
During this meeting Mr. Nikolaos Papagiannopoulos from Athens International Airport presented ICARUS Data Analytics and Sharing platform that leverages on the ACI/ACRIS semantic model – among others – to facilitate the effortless exchange of related data sources between the Aviation Stakeholders.