In the constantly shifting world of aviation operations, the Operations Control Center (OCC) is the hub for orchestrating aircraft movements. In this dynamic environment, the Gantt chart emerges as a pivotal tool within aircraft movement control, ensuring safety, efficiency, and seamless coordination.
At SkyNet Aviation, our powerful OCC Hypervision module fulfills this critical task. How you ask? Let us explain…
OCC Hypervision provides a visual representation of actual aircraft assignments for the day, as well as planned aircraft movements for your forward planning and scheduling requirements. Each row is an individual aircraft, with flights represented by “pucks” or “tiles.” The intuitive view allows OCC staff to quickly see solutions and potential conflicts.
With OCC Hypervision’s ability to show schedules and timelines across a configurable timeframe, OCC staff can quickly respond to issues as they arise. Importantly, future aircraft scheduling conflicts can be resolved early to prevent delays.
OCC Hypervision serves as a common reference point, fostering collaboration among stakeholders like the OCC, ground staff, flight operations, management, and others.
Beyond real-time control, the Gantt chart captures data for post-operations analysis, enabling continuous improvement in movement planning.
Modern OCCs leverage advanced software to integrate real-time data with Gantt charts, enhancing situational awareness and decision-making.
In the aviation landscape, the Gantt chart’s role within aircraft movement control is akin to a conductor’s baton, guiding the aircraft through the operation. It’s not just a tool; it’s a cornerstone that ensures each movement aligns with safety, efficiency, and the seamless flow of aviation operations.