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In the third blog in the series on tail assignment we explore how the optimization engine unlocks the most cost efficient, sustainable and robust solution.
In the second of a series of blogs on Tail Assignment we explore we dive deeper into this subject by taking a closer look at the cost model and constraints behind a Tail Assignment optimization.
Yannick is the latest recruit to Motulus; here he introduces himself and talks of his passion for applying theoretical physics to real world problems.
We delighted to have Joris join us at Motulus: he brings substantial experience in product and solution design. In this article Joris tells us a bit about his background.
In the first of a series of blogs we evaluate the benefits of bringing optimization to tail assignment: a complex process where small percentage gains can yield a significant financial return.
eTT Aviation and Motulus.aero are excited to announce a joint collaboration that will deliver a strong integration between eTTs’ Flight and Crew Management System (FCMS) and Motulus’ suite of planning optimization solutions (Motuplan).
At Motulus we believe our crew scheduling optimization solution balances efficiency with the human impact that rosters have on crew. After years in crew planning and software development I decided to find out what the crew think!
The travel industry puts a lot of focus on sustainability, in part because of the clear and direct impact airline’s, railways, hotels can have on the environment. Within airlines how do crew planning departments consider their environmental impact? and what can they do to improve it?
Pilots and cabin crew work in a very unique way. They also have lives to plan outside of flying. How can crew planning departments deal with this problem? And what are some of the approaches used? We discuss two approaches used and how they do not necessarily complement each other.