Compared to competing crew identification badges typically offered by flight planning and handling organizations, the CrewID® offers us a higher level of conformity, substance and reputability.
GENEVA (PRWEB) May 28, 2018
Today, at the European Business Aviation Conference and Exhibition (EBACE), CrewID® representatives discuss the importance of operators implementing ground crew identification systems. Reports of unauthorized access, or inappropriate use of permissions, are all too common and lead to serious security breaches. By enforcing identification standards for all employees, operators mitigate the risk of these security breaches. EBACE attendees can discuss this topic further at booth J35i, and view live demonstrations on CrewID®’s features and functionality.
CrewID® complies with the security and facilitation requirements and recommendations established by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). These include ICAO Annexes 9 and 17, as well as the United Nations Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 2309.
Michael Sundheim, CEO of CrewID® states: “Identification systems are key components in airport security and facilitation. The company has provided over 60,000 flight crews and employee badges for nearly 1,400 companies. As the general aviation community continues to grow, it’s only a matter of time before identification is required throughout airport environments for flight crews and ground crews.”
CrewID®’s technology clearly distinguishes itself by offering real-time verification for any credential, anywhere in the world. Kevin Wiig, Director of Aviation for Berwind Corporation states: “Compared to competing crew identification badges typically offered by flight planning and handling organizations, the CrewID® offers us a higher level of conformity, substance and reputability. In addition, the application process was efficient, timely, cost effective and professional.” Furthermore, CrewID® is designed to support both flight crews and ground crews, making it easier for aviation operators to provide identification to their entire staff.
By supporting a wide range of operations, CrewID® bridges security distinctions found between different sectors of our industry. These include FBOs, MROs, cargo operations, flight schools and corporate flight departments. To learn more about the features and benefits of CrewID®, please visit http://www.crewid.aero.