The company is turning to its Airport Operations Control Center (AOCC) which harnesses the power of technology to support Angkasa Pura I’s operational, service, and business needs.
AOCC is one of the state-owned company’s efforts to digitalize its airport operational activities.
It is also a step in implementing a smart airport with the aim of achieving operational excellence and service excellence for all its 15 airports.
The first AOCC was launched on March 2, 2018 at the SAMS Sepinggan Balikpapan Airport and was later implemented in 11 other airports.
“In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, the presence of Angkasa Pura I’s AOCC is very useful to monitor the implementation of health protocols. This is in a bid to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus during the new normal period in real-time while stopping the virus’ chain of transmission,” said Faik Fahmi.
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