AeroCloud is revolutionising airport operations with innovative technology.
Our cloud-native management platform harnesses AI and machine learning, automates tasks and saves airports money. Together with common-use passenger processing, self-service solutions and kerb-to-gate count and tracking software, we deliver innovative answers to the complex operational challenges experienced by airports across the globe.
Our airport operating system is modular and scalable, reducing manual inputs and centralising data which can be made available to all airport stakeholder groups. It uses predictive artificial intelligence and applies machine learning to deliver an innovative answer to the complex operational challenges experienced by airports across the globe.
Our common-use passenger processing solutions - CUPPS, CUSS, eDCS and eScan - are simpler, better priced and easier to operate and support than many competitors.
AeroCloud Optic, our passenger count and tracking software, delivers accurate, real-time footfall data from kerb to gate.
Our solutions are based squarely on customer requirements. It makes operations, IT and commercial teams' jobs easier by centralising airport data, automating tasks, predicting passenger numbers and managing gate usage in real-time, thus increasing airport passenger numbers.
Our platform is accessible anywhere, anytime, and on any device. All modules are configured within the cloud and can be quickly and easily updated remotely. User access is via a web interface, removing the need to access a local network. The platform is hosted with Amazon Web Services (AWS), which delivers dependable security, fast processing speeds and scalability.
CEO and Co-Founder George Richardson is the driving force behind AeroCloud’s development into a global success story. CTO and Co-Founder Ian Forde-Smith,, combines cutting-edge technical skills with deep industry experience. Co-Founder Paul Secker, formerly Flight Solutions, is AeroCloud's Global Director of Common-Use Passenger Processing Solutions.
AeroCloud currently supports operations in 44 airports across the US, UK and Europe, serving over 150 million passengers annually.