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GUWAHATI, Jan 30 � Union Minister of Civil Aviation Ashok Gajapathi Raju on Friday formally inaugurated the Airport Operations Control Centre (AOCC) at the LGB International Airport in the presence of the officials from Airports Authority of India (AAI), representatives of NIIT Technologies and their partners, who executed the contract.

The Minister said that airport modernisation will contribute towards the growth of the aviation sector and stressed the need for addressing the problems in the sector.

�Both the Centre and the State governments must work together to remove the impediments in the growth of the aviation sector,� said the Minister pointing out that the aviation sector in the North East was plagued with myriad problems.

He said that issues like high airport charges and high tax on aviation turbine fuel has to be addressed to incentivise the airlines to start operating from here as well.

It needs to be mentioned here that this implementation is a part of the first phase of airports modernisation plan to be rolled out by AAI across 10 airports in India. The multi-airport model integrates with key Airport Systems and is capable of managing multiple airports through common Airport Operational Database (AODB).

The AOCC will enable Collaborative Decision Making (CDM) among all stakeholders at the airport optimizing airport resources and operations. All stakeholders use single Airport Operations Database (AODB) to take decisions to align their objectives with the overall planning and objectives of the airport. This will also help all the stakeholders to collaborate to avoid conflicts and take advance actions to efficiently handle disruptions due to local situations or situations occurring at other airports.

NIIT Technologies has designed and delivered this state-of-the-art AOCC.

�This technological advancement will help contribute to the future growth of Indian aviation sector and provide the passengers from airport here a world-class experience,� said Arvind Mehrotra, president Infrastructure Management Solutions, NIIT Technologies adding that airport managed by AAI will now have accurate real-time data from a single source which will provide passengers a seamless experience of improved check-in, boarding and other self-service facilities.

The project is a key initiative undertaken by Civil Aviation Ministry towards modernisation of Indian airports to improve capacity utilisation, passenger throughput, stakeholder management and process standardisation.

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Airport Operations Control Centre opened

GUWAHATI, Jan 30 � Union Minister of Civil Aviation Ashok Gajapathi Raju on Friday formally inaugurated the Airport Operations Control Centre (AOCC) at the LGB International Airport in the presence of the officials from Airports Authority of India (AAI), representatives of NIIT Technologies and their partners, who executed the contract.

The Minister said that airport modernisation will contribute towards the growth of the aviation sector and stressed the need for addressing the problems in the sector.

�Both the Centre and the State governments must work together to remove the impediments in the growth of the aviation sector,� said the Minister pointing out that the aviation sector in the North East was plagued with myriad problems.

He said that issues like high airport charges and high tax on aviation turbine fuel has to be addressed to incentivise the airlines to start operating from here as well.

It needs to be mentioned here that this implementation is a part of the first phase of airports modernisation plan to be rolled out by AAI across 10 airports in India. The multi-airport model integrates with key Airport Systems and is capable of managing multiple airports through common Airport Operational Database (AODB).

The AOCC will enable Collaborative Decision Making (CDM) among all stakeholders at the airport optimizing airport resources and operations. All stakeholders use single Airport Operations Database (AODB) to take decisions to align their objectives with the overall planning and objectives of the airport. This will also help all the stakeholders to collaborate to avoid conflicts and take advance actions to efficiently handle disruptions due to local situations or situations occurring at other airports.

NIIT Technologies has designed and delivered this state-of-the-art AOCC.

�This technological advancement will help contribute to the future growth of Indian aviation sector and provide the passengers from airport here a world-class experience,� said Arvind Mehrotra, president Infrastructure Management Solutions, NIIT Technologies adding that airport managed by AAI will now have accurate real-time data from a single source which will provide passengers a seamless experience of improved check-in, boarding and other self-service facilities.

The project is a key initiative undertaken by Civil Aviation Ministry towards modernisation of Indian airports to improve capacity utilisation, passenger throughput, stakeholder management and process standardisation.