ATech has delivered Airservices Australia’s Aeronautical Data Originator (ADO) Portal which offers a new self-managed, digitised and modernised method of aeronautical data and information collection.
Airservices Australia is responsible for the safe and efficient management of 11 per cent of the world’s airspace and the provision of aviation rescue fire fighting services at Australia’s busiest airports.
The government-owned corporation is responsible for the collection, management and distribution of essential aeronautical data and information, providing the operational information necessary for the safe and efficient conduct of national and international air navigation throughout Australia and its territories.
The data also directly supports other operationally significant systems used in flight planning and air traffic control.
The ADO Portal is now being rolled out to 1000 aeronautical data originators at 600 organisations across the country, including airports, military operators and government services.
David Foster, Airservices Australia’s AIS Data Integrity Manager, said, “We threw a big challenge at the ATech team, to help us design and build a user-friendly aeronautical data collection portal from scratch.
“The collaborative design work and agile development approach adopted by ATech was one of the key factors contributing to the successful build and deployment of the Airservices ADO Portal. With over 1000 users currently registered and using the ADO Portal, we’re incredibly proud to offer this new service milestone. The portal improves our service offering and creates better outcomes for the aviation industry.”
Sarah-Jane Peterschlingmann, Managing Director of ATech, said, “ATech has worked with all levels of the government for many years. We invest in deeply understanding our clients' needs and have the technical expertise to deliver high quality results, on time and within budget. The feedback we receive from clients is that they really appreciate our responsiveness. It’s what sets us apart.
“The ADO portal is a web-based, streamlined and customer-centric solution for how aeronautical information is collected, updated and stored. Its key benefits include reducing manual processes and ensuring accurate information to aviation users.”
Airservices Australia was formed in July 1995 when the Civil Aviation Authority was split into two separate government bodies: Airservices Australia and the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA).
ATech specialises in systems requiring scalability, high availability and robust cyber security. In addition to Airservices Australia, ATech has built and hosted websites and web apps for organisations including Virgin Australia, Seqwater and Brisbane City Council.