The subject area is helicopter flights. The Flight service was tasked with organizing remote collaboration at branches, moving away from paper data carriers, and also by constantly forwarding Microsoft Word and Excel files via e-mail. It was decided to create a Corporate Information System (ERP) to solve these problems.
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Date: Under development
At the moment, "PULSE" ERP is servicing 3 branches of the Airline and in addition to the Flight service (FS) it covers the Engineering and Aviation Service (EAS), the Production Dispatch Department (PDD), the Production Dispatch Service (PDS), the Material and Technical Supply Department (MTSD) and partly Accounting. In the FS, pilots are brought in, all their personal data, documents with scan copies, flight checks and other flight documents. Crew captains themselves make a raid on the types of work that ultimately automatically generates the code for the timetable that can be uploaded to Excel for the accounting department. EAS contributes the personal data of its employees, and these employees are in the system so that they can be selected in the flight task.
The PDS uses the system as an interactive "electronic scoreboard" with a list of all machines and their current operating status: serviceable, faulty, and if faulty, which components are required to be replaced, how much time to replace other components, and more. PDD forms flight tasks, communicating directly with customers, and also maintains an operational plan for all flights - any changes recorded in the database are sent by e-mail and Telegram to internal employees of the Airline and customers. MTSD conducts logistics - which aviation components are in transit and by what number should be delivered. The Telegram connected to the ERP, in addition to automatic data sending, can respond to requests and issues both a general operational plan and the same plan for an employee, and can also display a list of periodic inspections that need to be retried.