Finnair Cargo Eye to monitor services in the air and on the ground

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Finnair Cargo has launched a new air cargo monitoring tool called Finnair Cargo Eye, offering end-to-end visibility for airline operations.

It integrates multiple data sources, transactional ERP data and Internet of Things (IoT) sensors into a presentation layer with a visual layout for operational steering that will help Finnair’s Cargo Control Centre (CCC) to effectively monitor and steer cargo flows in real time within the Finnair network.

The Cargo Eye, which was unveiled start-up event, Slush, provides end-to-end visibility for Finnair operations, and will provide more comprehensive transparent real-time information for customers.

Finnair Cargo managing director, Janne Tarvainen says: “We are happy to present Cargo Eye at Slush, and invite start-ups to innovate with us for improved productivity and establishing fully transparent E2E value chains for proactive cargo network steering. Slush is a great event to look for potential new partners for IoT enabled transformation.”

The tool was created with Qoco Systems and is integrated to provide data from SkyChain, Finnair’s cargo management system by Accelya; Sensire, providing data for location, temperature and humidity of shipments, monitored by Sensire sensors; and Kaltiot, monitoring Finnair Cargo ground transport vehicle locations or temperatures of shipments monitored with KaltIoT trackers.