The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced a downgrade of its 2019 outlook for the global air transport industry.The business environment for airlines has deteriorated with rising fuel prices and a substantial weakening of world trade. In 2019 overall costs are expected to grow. “The good news is that airlines have broken the boom-and-bust cycle. A downturn in the trading environment no longer plunges the industry into a deep crisis. But under current circumstances, the great achievement of the industry—creating value for investors with normal levels of profitability is at risk. Airlines will still create value for investors in 2019 with above cost-of-capital returns, but only just,” said Alexandre de Juniac, IATA’s Director General and CEO. To help aviation industry gain control we use machine learning to build the world’s simplest and most comprehensive management system for the aviation industry. Sydone merges a simple user interface with the complexity unique to the aviation industry that will help your business to gain full control and better manage risk. Whether it’s safety, compliance, airworthiness or even the full scope of activity for your organisation, Sydone gathers organisational data, analyses it, and provides the insights you need to improve your business in real-time.
The energy & utilities sector is changing – stay ahead of the shift. While customer-interface technologies may be the most visible aspect of technological enhancement of the utility business, they are far from the only aspect. The technology landscape for utilities, from generation right through to the customer, has probably never been richer. We could point to sources of generation, with the cost performance and scalability of wind and solar continuing to improve year over year at a rapid pace; to grid operations, where smart-grid technologies provide real-time information into all aspects of grid status (not just electron flows), and where batteries are now able to provide multiple services such as load shifting, frequency regulation, and localized reserves; to distributed or localized sources of energy for which utilities can partner with customers or communities to install and operate power systems customized for specific needs. And then we could add to all that the overall opportunities of digitalization and integration of operational systems, back-office systems, and supply chain management. When we look at all this, it seems clear that utilities should move technological awareness and strategic thinking from being a niche activity to the core of planning and strategy. Our ready-to-use, modular, standardised services are designed to boost value and efficiency in your business immediately.
This year, several shifts and pressures are disrupting most of the industries. From changes in operational risk management and the workforce to technology innovation and cybersecurity threats, there’s an entirely new set of trends driving the pace that organizations must keep up with to comply and stay competitive.
Our software covers regulatory issues for following industries:
Explore top regulatory capabilities for our software and see how we can help you to stay up to date on trends and insights.