Unilode introduces e-ULD app and optimised digital platforms

The new mobile app is compatible with iOS and Android and replaces its previous ULD scanning platform.

Unilode introduces e-ULD app and optimised digital platforms
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Unilode Aviation Solutions, which specialises in services related to outsourced unit load device (ULD) management, repair, and digital services, has announced the launch of its new mobile app called e-ULD, customer portal, and enterprise data warehouse (EDW). These innovations aim to provide enhanced data analytics and significant operational and cost benefits to its ULD management and digital customers across its global network.

Unilode's new mobile application is compatible with both iOS and Android devices, serving as a replacement for its previous platform dedicated to ULD scanning and tracing. Designed to streamline Stock Control Messages (SCMs), facilitate ULD loan transfers, and optimise various operational processes, this app is instrumental in reducing ULD losses, minimising repair requirements, and enhancing overall efficiency within Unilode's operations, mentions the official release.

“We are thrilled about the launch of our new e-ULD app, enterprise data warehouse, and customer portal, which ensure that Unilode continues being at the forefront of technology in the ULD industry.

These developments enable even closer collaboration with our airline customers and their ground handlers and further improve the management of Unilode’s digital ULD fleet. The e-ULD app enables on and off-ramp scanning of ULDs which increases the number of sightings for ULDs outside the direct range of the reader network. The new enterprise data warehouse and customer portal have been a substantial investment and aim to provide our customers with real-time data about asset utilisation, location, and movement of ULDs.

We are proud of our in-house development team which continues to work closely with our customers to develop solutions that meet and exceed their expectations. These new developments will ensure that Unilode stays ahead in the digital transformation of the aviation industry and sets new standards for efficiency, reliability, and innovation,” says Bas Vermeer, Unilode's Chief Information Officer.

Unilode owns and manages a digitally enabled fleet of approximately 165,000 ULDs and operates over 700 readers in more than 500 facilities worldwide.

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