AirBridgeCargo Airlines, Unilode roll out digitised main deck containers
June 6, 2019: AirBridgeCargo Airlines and Unilode Aviation Solutions have rolled out digitised main deck containers.
June 6, 2019: AirBridgeCargo Airlines and Unilode Aviation Solutions have rolled out digitised main deck containers. The containers enable to track the location of the Unit Load Device (ULD) and the cargo being carried in the container, and transmit status updates on various parameters such as temperature, humidity, shock and light.
Unilode will deliver the first half of the new digitised AMA/AMD fire-resistant container fleet by the end of June and the rest in September. This will give AirBridgeCargo Airlines time to test and introduce them gradually into its operations.
"Transmitting Portable Electronic Device (TPED) is the kind of technology that tightly aligns with our customers' expectations, especially when it comes to transportation of special cargoes - pharmaceutical products, perishable goods, valuables, and others," said Sergey Lazarev, general director of AirBridgeCargo Airlines.
"At the end of 2018 AirBridgeCargo Airlines and Unilode announced their collaboration for the extensive usage of TPEDs for pallets and containers. The introduction of the digitised AMA/AMD fire-resistant main deck containers is another stage of both companies' joint efforts to bring enhanced IoT solutions into the air cargo industry with the purpose to simplify the data-sharing process and make it more transparent and reliable for all stakeholders in the aviation value chain."
"The rollout of Unilode's reader infrastructure in our repair network and our customers' key hubs is progressing according to our plans and all the benefits of Unilode's digital transformation project will soon be enjoyed by both Unilode and its customers," said Benot Dumont, CEO of Unilode Aviation Solutions.