BusinessOptix said that its platform enables organisations such as CAAKZ to design and deliver a range of solutions that include the roll-out of a full Enterprise Risk and Performance database that has been specifically designed to satisfy the growing needs of the nation’s regulatory body. Called Digital Twin, it will enable CAAKZ to identify a future operational state in which key processes benefit from intelligent automation, whilst leveraging Internet of Things (IoT) and big data analysis to provide instant insight into the operational effectiveness of processes. The combination of all these disciplines, which will be delivered within a Microsoft Azure environment, will form the foundation for the nation’s aviation Digital Regulator.
Peter Griffiths, director general of CAAKZ, commented: “The task of the Aviation Administration of Kazakhstan is to transform how aviation’s regulations are delivered in the Republic, and that they are in line with the country’s presidential vision. It’s a three-year project that requires the very best transformation tools.”
The CAAKZ was established as part of the implementation of the country’s ‘100 specific steps’ national plan, a fundamentally new approach to ensuring flight safety in the country in accordance with best international practices. Over the past 18 months, the Civil Aviation Committee of the Kazakh Ministry of Industry and Infrastructural Development has been developing and introducing some appropriate amendments to the existing basic law of civil aviation, including 61 new by-laws and legal requirements.