Air cargo quality standards organization Cargo iQ has welcomed Awery Aviation Software (Awery) to its growing membership to support key projects to enhance real-time shipment visibility through digitalization.
As a full IT member, Awery will contribute its expertise in AI, data sharing, and tracking technologies to enhance stakeholders’ ability to collaborate on the planning and monitoring of an air cargo consignment.
Longer term, the aviation tech developer plans to become a Cargo iQ Data Management Platform (CDMP) provider to further enhance data sharing between members.
“Awery will support Cargo iQ’s ambition to leverage digital transformation to make end-to-end shipment visibility a reality for all stakeholders – an essential requirement for driving quality in the supply chain,” said Lothar Moehle, Executive Director, Cargo iQ.
“We are keen for them to resume the great work they started during the recent IATA Cargo hackathon.”
Awery was awarded the Cargo iQ Prize at IATA’s ONE Record Hackathon 2023 for its door-to-door airfreight planning and real-time update solution for Cargo iQ members, CargoTracking.aero.
The solution fills the gaps in Cargo iQ’s door-to-door Route Map by enabling Cargo iQ members and non-members to collaborate on planning and monitoring the journey of an air cargo shipment via a URL.
“We whole-heartedly support Cargo iQ’s mission to drive improved standards in the supply chain and look forward to supporting this mission with the technology needed to bring full transparency of shipment data to all parties,” said Vitaly Smilianets, Chief Executive Officer, Awery.
As Cargo iQ increasingly becomes synonymous with quality in the industry, its community of air cargo entities has continued to grow rapidly in recent months, with Awery becoming the fourth new member to come on board since July.
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