Finavia and Cinia aim high through their partnership in application and cloud-based services
Finavia and Cinia have entered into an agreement on developing Aviatracker, a secure application that uses modern, cloud-based technology for working hours and competence management among air traffic controllers.
Cinia will provide the service to Finavia using its Lioncloud environment.
The Aviatracker service will be implemented in stages at Finavia, after which Finavia and Cinia will market the solution to other operators in Finland and abroad together.
“This solution can be flexibly used also in other companies and organisations where qualification management is critical, for example, for occupational safety or legislative reasons,” says Raine Luojus, SVP and Director of Air Navigation at Finavia.
“The architecture of this application service makes it highly scalable, and it can accommodate various client- or segment-specific extensions,” says Kimmo Alamartimo, Business Director at Cinia.
Cinia will provide the software as a service, including the development, the Lioncloud production environment, and continuous application maintenance services.
Finavia Corporation provides and develops airport and air navigation services with focus on safety, customer-orientation and cost efficiency in Finland. Finavia’s comprehensive network of 22 airports enables international connections from Finland – and to different parts of Finland. Helsinki Airport is the leading Northern European transit airport for long-haul traffic. Revenues in 2015 were EUR 353 million, and the number of employees 2300.
Cinia Group offers intelligent network, system and software services, along with secure cloud-based services which make the world smaller and smarter. Cinia’s robust expertise in critical systems and its fiber optic trunk network that spans over 10,000 km in Finland ensure a cyber-secure ITC infrastructure and an advanced cloud-based operating environment for businesses. The Cinia C-Lion1 cable is the shortest and fastest highway for data communications between Central Europe and Northern Europe, which is currently the ideal environment for data centres and provides access to the Asian and Eastern European markets. The Finnish Cinia employs approximately 200 experts.