EXPO NEWS: Galiot to showcase cloud software solution at Passenger Terminal Expo 2015

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Galiot will showcase its cloud software at this year’s Passenger Terminal Expo taking place on March 10-12 in Paris, France. The Galiot-Cloud is billed as a comprehensive, easy-to-use web-based safety and quality software solution for small and regional airports.

Galiot SMS also supports ECCAIRS 5 occurrence reports and ADREP 2000 Taxonomy, which can be generated automatically from Galiot occurrence investigation.

Along with its user-friendly design, Galiot can be deployed with predefined templates, standards and airport best practices in order to reduce implementation expenses and make the implementation process more straightforward. The software is an adaptable and modular system, so each airport can chose its own implementation path and modules, with templates and licence plans offered.

Galiot Cloud or Software service is mainly targeted at small and regional airports, but the company says it also offers Galiot Airport System for large and hub airports, which supports and manages all audit subjected airport activities such as safety management, audit management, airport manual and document management, maintenance, wildlife, security and staff training. The Galiot Airport Suite is traditionally licensed per server and can be shared by several airports.

More information will be available from MER Systems about Galiot-Cloud at stand number 7020. For more information on Passenger Terminal Expo 2015 and to register for the event, please click here.

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