Lufthansa CityLine presents CROSSMOS on the Flight Operations Conference in London

CrossConsense in London

Meet the CrossConsense team on the 11th Annual Flight Operations Conference taking place on 28th & 29th November in London Heathrow. Get updated on the latest developments around CROSSMOS – THE eTLB made for the whole world. You can also get a presentation of ACSIS – our tool for predictive and preventive maintenance.

Don’t miss the presentation:

Airline Case Study: Lufthansa CityLine – Electronic Technical Logbook (eTL/eLB)
When: November 28th, 11:45 – 12:15
Where: Park Inn by Radisson, London Heathrow, UK

Lufthansa CityLine will go live with its Electronic Technical Logbook (ETL/ELB) solution in December 2017. CROSSMOS will then be integrated into the Lufthansa EFB. This case study outlines how CROSSMOS can contribute to the modernization of the processes and to increase the environmental performance both in flight operations and in technology. Lufthansa CityLine will further point out the challenges of the project and how the Go-Live has been prepared.

Speakers:
Gerrit Jassnowski, Project Manager Paperless Maintenance, Lufthansa CityLine
Udo Stapf, CEO, CrossConsense

If you want to schedule a meeting, send an e-mail to marketing@crossconsense.de and we will come back to you.

Udo Stapf on Inmarsat World

Udo Stapf presenting CROSSMOS on Inmarsat World in Lisbon

On the Inmarsat World Conference which took place in Lisbon, Portugal, beginning of this month, Udo Stapf, CEO of CrossConsense, gave a presentation on the importancy to have a good connection on the aircraft if you are going to implement an electronic techlog like CROSSMOS® in your fleet. The audience, not only existing of aviation interested people but also of Inmarsat Partners and Solution Providers learned that it is possible to store data in the CROSSMOS® client for quite a long time but that it is much more helpful if you can constantly synchronize your electronic logbook with the ground server and your backend system. He also spoke about the development of paper based techlogs in the cockpit. Since paper was invented 200 years before Christ, nothing happened until CROSSMOS® was brought to the market.