Aviation techsperts VariFlight, launched a new global brand dedicated to its data services for enterprises last week in Singapore.
The company believes the new brand, Airsavvi, arrives at the perfect time, with in-depth knowledge and tewchincal acumen, to position itself as a guru of travel data intelligence to help travel businesses build smarter data application capabilities for achieving growth.
Discussing the reasoning for the launch of Airsavvi, Zheng Hongfeng, founder and CEO of VariFlight said: “It is the market that calls for a service like Airsavvi. As a tech company that has gone through the era of web 1.0 and mobile internet, and now the era of AI and IoT, we have spotted the transition of market demands from simply integrating data into existing business processes to building a more intelligent and flexible capability to adapt to new business scenarios with the help of data. Airsavvi is designed to help build that capability.”
“Airsavvi, the upgraded brand, will continue to explore cutting-edge AI technology and its applications in travel,” explained the CTO of Airsavvi. “As an independent business, Airsavvi will be more focused on boosting efficiencies and reducing costs for our global partners in the wide travel and transportation industry.”
The event also celebrated the signing of partnership between Airsavvi and its launch customer, India’s largest online travel group, MakeMyTrip and Goibibo.
Airsavvi services include:
Aviation data and insight products: Live flight tracking of 170,000 daily flights based on a global ADS-B network, Flight Happiness Index (FHI) providing rich content amenity data for 90% of global passenger aircraft, flight status service for 94% global flights, the visualized global air route map, and in-depth aviation data analytic tools for historical and future on-time performance, capacity, and other customized contents.
AI-powered travel data solutions: Intelligent recommendation for multimode transport connection (iMTC), alert and recommendation for rescheduling in cases of travel disruptions (ARTD), transportation capacity monitoring and forecasting (TCMF).