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Alibaba Cloud and Liege Airport work together on joint AI plan

A PROPRIETARY artificial intelligence (AI) programme, Aviation Brain, that addresses operational air cargo problems, may yet be deployed by Alibaba Cloud and Belgium's Liege Airport, reports London's Air Cargo News The two hope to work together to reduce on-the-ground logjams by refreshing the aircraft parking apron utilisation to increase efficiency and minimise aircraft relocation time

27 November 2019 - 19:00

A PROPRIETARY artificial intelligence (AI) programme, Aviation Brain, that addresses operational air cargo problems, may yet be deployed by Alibaba Cloud and Belgium's Liege Airport, reports London's Air Cargo News

The two hope to work together to reduce on-the-ground logjams by refreshing the aircraft parking apron utilisation to increase efficiency and minimise aircraft relocation time.



The usage of specialised technologies also allows flight dispatchers to make more timely and precise decisions to space out arrivals and avoid possible bottlenecks on the runway.



'It is imperative that we are functioning as efficiently as possible to ensure cargo planes at Liege airport operate safely and on time,' said Liege Airport CEO Luc Partoune.



'Alibaba Cloud's Aviation Brain will provide the world-class technology capabilities required to keep delays to a minimum, and we want to tap on the experience to build Liege Airport as the exemplary aviation hub in Europe,' he said.


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