The Sunflower project finished its second phase successfully, reaching major milestones in the course of the project’s overall development. Project Sunflower is an international collaboration of the Aviation Administration of Kazakhstan (CAAKZ), BusinessOptix, and gluoNNet. Together they are developing a first-of-its-kind digital regulation system for the aviation industry. The aim of this innovative system is to allow better management of aviation-related issues that require regulatory oversight, such as quickly verifying information, speeding up approval procedures, and stopping actions that are illegal or deceptive.
In the course of the now-finished second phase, the developers were able to successfully test new features. The new features will increase the software’s user-friendliness and information output. Among other things, the ability to create a flight dossier was added to the programme. Furthermore, improvements to the UI (user interface) were made and successfully demonstrated. As a next step, these improvements will be fully integrated. Other features such as 3D views, an integrated weather pane were designed and tested. Additionally, database and data-visualisation mechanisms were improved.
Furthermore, gluoNNet transferred the Sunflower contract from its UK branch to its Swiss business entity. “Transcribing the Sunflower project from our UK subsidiary to our Swiss entity gives us more flexibility in terms of international cooperation regarding the Sunflower project,” says Daniel Dobos, gluoNNet CEO.
A detailed video presentation of the ‘Sunflower’ project can be found here.