Unlock Opportunities to Optimize and Automate with Our Modern Aviation Message Parser
Conventional AODBs’ deficient message parsing capabilities lead to information gaps and data loss
Standardized messaging structures, such as IATA Type B messages, have been established to facilitate this data exchange. Traditional AODBs have the secondary function of parsing these messages, which they do on a basic level. They can process only a handful of message types, and they lack the capability of handling deviations. They also cannot cater for the vast optional fields within the Type B guidelines.
In addition, operational requirements have evolved over time, and many airlines have begun adopting custom messages to communicate additional passenger-related data that are not provided by the standard telex formats. AODBs do not have the capability to accommodate these evolving requirements.
tNexus Message Hub
Maximize data extraction and reduce erroneous processing with a specialized system designed and built for today’s business requirements
It uses modern technology, such as a smart toolbox with its own software development kit, and sophisticated algorithms to maximize data extraction and process them with better accuracy, timeliness, and completeness.
30+ Supported Standard Message Types Out of the Box
The system is capable of extracting and processing data from over 30 IATA Type B and ATC message types off the shelf.
Smart Message Toolbox
With tNexus Message Hub’s smart toolbox, users can configure typical deviation patterns and message structures received from specific airlines, and define the parsing rules in order to successfully process them.
Administrators can also create new custom aviation messages from scratch, in order to process required additional data elements that are not currently provided by any standard format.
Sources and Priority Settings
It provides the ability to manage the different message sources in a central location and easily change their priority settings. This enables users to configure the system to take data from the most reliable source first, and then select other sources if the first priority source is not available.
The Message Viewer displays all the aviation messages received, their type, and sub-type, in addition to the different message attributes, such as the receipt and processing timestamp.
Compliance with Aviation Information Data Exchange (AIDX) standards allows the system to seamlessly integrate with other subsystems in an airport.
Built-In Business Intelligence
Its powerful analytical engine can analyze millions of messages and display the information in interactive visualization tools to help operations teams identify areas for improvement.