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Axis unveils data-driven asset management platform
The platform gives real-time access to accurate information, bringing significant time savings for crew members while reducing complexity for jet owners and family offices.
The integrated asset management suite.

Aircraft management company Axis Aviation has unveiled its data-driven asset management platform, designed to empower jet owners with 100 per cent transparency. The end-to-end data platform connects insights from existing feeds to make crucial flight information more accessible. Built to simplify asset management and enable more efficient decision-making, the software can be tailored to suit different user needs.

Axis Aviation plans to continue developing its technology in-house with the launch of two mobile-first applications, one for aircraft owners and a second for crew members. Owners will receive real-time updates on their aircraft’s activity, including maintenance and financial records, supporting the work of family offices. Pilots will have access to any information related to their flight, such as schedules and planning documents, in one singular tool.

Executive chairman Niall Olver says: "The unveiling of our data asset management platform underpins our commitment to innovation and technology. Having real-time access to accurate information can be extremely beneficial, bringing about significant time savings for crew members while reducing complexity for jet owners and family offices. As we continue enhancing our offering, Axis Aviation will affirm its position as the go-to-choice for transparent aircraft management."

Marc Knapp, technology director, adds: "We’ve been developing our own data software for some time, and we’re so pleased to finally unveil the start of our journey. I am incredibly excited to work with such a dedicated team who are determined to challenge the status quo. This is just the beginning of a completely new approach and we look forward to bringing new capabilities to the management and charter market."

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