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WHAT OUR HAPPY CLIENTS SAY
“Now, during the Corona COVID-19 outbreak, we needed to extract live passenger data in combination with predicted values. Together with Amorph Systems we acted quickly and had this feature ready in only a few days for all relevant parties at Helsinki airport to support daily operations for handling the current situation.”
Amorph Systems products are developed with the agile method, directly alongside players in airport management, making them immediately functional and tailored to requirements. Nantes Airport is pleased to have chosen Amorph Systems to further improve its capacity for forecasting and simulating its resource requirements.
Eric Siret, Security Systems Manager, Nantes airport
AMORPH.aero Planning Studio has proven to be a very capable and versatile simulation tool. The Amorph team keeps on developing its functionality based on our customer feedback.
Florian Raff, Head Planning & Development Ground Operation, Zürich Airport
The implementation of AMORPH.aero has been a very ambitious journey with the purpose of building us a capability to see into the near and more distant future, and utilize this capability for better capacity planning, resource allocation, terminal operation and more relevant passenger communication. To fulfill these expectations across multiple dimensions would not have been possible without the committed and highly talented Amorph team, with whom we had the privilege to work with. Now, we have a strong solution running, with a truly inspiring roadmap that will hopefully take the Helsinki Airport experience to new and unseen heights.
Eero Knuutila, Head of Service Development at Finavia Corp., Helsinki
This is a mission critical system that plays a vital role for the daily operational activities at Frankfurt Airport. A large number of users from various departments are relying on it for controlling their daily terminal operations. During the 2013 Summer season, with the highest passenger counts in Frankfurt Airport’s history, the peak days would not have been manageable without the continuously updating passenger flow online forecasts for all the process points.
Daniel Zimbrich, Frankfurt Airport Terminal Operations
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