Our parent company, Eforsa, provides practical aviation RFFS and operations training at the site. Armed with this experience, EFORSAIR software was developed in collaboration with our clients and written in-house by our software engineers. We are part of the same family!
What makes your products / services stand out?
EFORSAIR provide all of the resources needed to manage airport operations for regulatory and compliance purposes
Designed as an all in one solution for all airfield operations departments: Fire Service, Airfield Operations, Wildlife Hazard Management, Engineers, Security etc.
What do you think is the biggest lesson that the industry will take away from the COVID-19 crisis?
Airports are required to maintain airfield and airside infrastructure to regulatory certifications. There are many issues to consider in readiness for the continuation and resumption of normal operations following a period of inactivity:
- Runway and taxiway conditions
- Wildlife presence in the new quiet and comfortable environment
- Maintenance of vehicles, equipment, and infrastructure
- Maintaining a competent workforce
- General reporting and follow-up
- Procedures to maintain and new ones to be written and distributed
- Instructions and works schedules to be managed.
COVID-19 has highlighted the management and communication difficulties involved with the complex requirements of maintaining all of the above. There are airports where personnel are still using paper notebooks and reports are compiled in Excel-type documents, which can result in transmission problems and tracking issues.
There are many tools available on the market that facilitate the remote monitoring and control of teams. These tools can be hosted, as a first solution, on the airport’s systems and servers but can, in the case of working remotely, pose the problem of remote access, with total security and reliability issues for the personnel and managers who are not physically present at the airport.
The second solution uses Saas technology with the tools hosted on independent servers, accessible via the Internet, that offer the advantage of being separate from the airport’s own servers