Software start-up AllRead MLT will represent cargo logistics at International Airlines Group (IAG) Hangar 51 global innovation programme.
AllRead is one of 13 successful start-ups chosen for the programme, offering cost-efficient software to simplify and optimise data extraction processes using machine learning technology.
From 474 applications, 36 start-ups presented products and services to 250 senior aviation and travel industry executives and a high-level judging panel including four airline CEOs at a pitch day in Madrid.
AllRead will be embedded in the programme for 10 weeks where it will work alongside mentors and experts from across IAG Cargo with access to resources to develop its business.
Carly Morris, head of innovation at IAG Cargo says: “AllRead’s presentation highlighted how they can use machine learning to take data and turn it into actionable insights. We are committed to continually investing in innovation to improve how we deliver for our customers, and we’re looking forward to working with AllRead to look at how we can use our data to improve the efficiency of our operations.”
The start-ups will demonstrate their achievements during the Hangar 51 demo day held in Barcelona, Spain in January 2020.