Landmark agreement, including both Kastrup and Roskilde airports, will provide IT foundation to support Copenhagen’s vision to become the leading air transport hub for Northern Europe.
The airports will adopt a wide range of Amadeus solutions replacing their current Air Traffic System, including a cloud-based AODB and RMS, hosted entirely off-site.
Amadeus has the proven experience and leading cloud capabilities to deliver an operational traffic IT solution which will enable us to meet our goals whilst in parallel ensuring we keep our focus on continued innovation.
- Airport Collaborative Decision Making Portal: enables all partners at the airport such as airlines, ground handlers and refueling companies to access a common portal and consistent operational information, thus greatly improving operational efficiency and situational awareness.
- Airport Operational Database (AODB): acts as the central ‘brain’ for the airport. The cloud-based AODB will provide real-time, consistent and timely information to all stakeholders and systems. Copenhagen’s new AODB will be hosted off-site, removing the need for any local infrastructure. It will be delivered as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) which by design simplifies IT systems and reduces the complexities of systems integration between siloed stakeholders and data providers.
- Baggage Reconciliation System (BRS): an innovative reconciliation solution which matches real-time passenger, flight and baggage data from check-in until flight departure. Moving to Amadeus’ BRS will enable Copenhagen to retire three legacy BRS systems and ensure 100% baggage reconciliation.