Live Webinar - Coping with increasing complexity of employee planning in Air Traffic Control

Quintiq will be presenting a live webinar on 15th April 2010 at 3 pm CEST (GMT+1) on advanced planning and scheduling in ATC. During this 45 minute live webinar the authors of the recently published whitepaper will elaborate on how an advanced planning and scheduling system can support ANSPs in meeting strategic goals like cost reduction and safety performance and improve the quality of rosters and operational work schedules to ensure adequate coverage of all sectors at all times. To join, please register here.
  • How to build your planning system around Key Performance Indicators - Balance multiple, possibly competing objectives to align the planning with your strategic goals.
  • Incorporate all business rules, labor regulations, staff preferences and other constraints.
  • Create and maintain integration across the different planning horizons - strategic planning, rostering and task based operational planning.
View a demo of the Quintiq solution for employee planning in ANSPs. Q & A session
This C-level White Paper on workforce planning in the Air Traffic Control sector was published in March. It reveals the emerging role of advanced employee planning and scheduling systems as strategic tools, as well as being a means of exercising better day-to-day business control. To view the complete White Paper please use the following link <a href="{4F05CC54-D516-4322-86DB-9B07BA03F374>Quintiq White Paper</a> According to Quintiq, yesterdays rostering tools and spreadsheet planning processes are no longer fit for purpose. They struggle to span the different demands of long term strategic planning, tactical scheduling and real-time operational control. The increasing complexity of maintaining high safety and service levels while facing a shortage of qualified Air Traffic Control Officers is forcing Air Navigation Services Providers to re-evaluate their planning systems, says Arjen Heeres, COO of Quintiq.
This makes it a perfect opportunity to raise the stakes and explore more advanced solutions that can add value all along the chain. Modern, advanced systems, for example, should be able to provide scenario management the ability to create what if scenarios, using different knowledge bases and assumptions to evaluate the implications of different planning decisions.

The White Paper describes why planning and scheduling solutions need to be aligned with corporate strategy, allowing managers to exercise strong business control using built-in KPIs that can, in turn, be fine tuned as the business model changes. The paper examines the benefits of real-time planning and the way it can be used to alert planners of the implications of their decisions, as they are made. Above all, it is a very readable document that within fifteen minutes will bring senior managers up to date with the very latest thinking, says Heeres
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