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London, England. March 26, 2019 - The leading software publisher of PRM (Passengers with Reduced Mobility) management software makes history in the area of Airport Management and Operations at this year’s Passenger Terminal Conference.

PRM is arguably the hardest airport service to manage and one that Ozion’s software is widely credited with having turned it from a highly volatile service into a predictable, manageable, one.

Ozion PRM Manager powerfully impacts PRM operational outcomes by deliberately placing the passenger at the center of the service. This ensures providers can offer each passenger the best possible experience while exceeding today’s strict service level agreements.

This expertise is also applied to other critical airport services, from Security Checkpoints, and Airport Cleaning to Ground Handling, triggering a similar leap in service reliability and productivity in each.

During PTE 2019, Ozion will be sharing how its live actionable service data, smart job creation and unparalleled traceability is enabling airports, service providers and airlines to take back control of critical airport services by giving them the means to pilot the three key areas that define service success: efficiency, quality and risk management.

What is Ozion’s secret formula for taking back control of critical airport service outcomes? First, identifying the biggest obstacle(s) to the smooth running of the service at an economically sustainable level. Second, working out the key factors needed to make the service work efficiently and three, using smart algorithms to modelize the best case through the software.

When airport services fall short, the usual reason is that the operator doesn’t know precisely (or at all) what is going on inside the operation. Ozion opens up a wealth of live actionable information in real time.

With unprecedented access to live operational data comes an understanding of what the situation is and what steps to take to keep service levels up and operating costs in check. Airports and service providers are now able to pilot key airport service operations and anticipate events with a range of options ready to mitigate coming risks.

For more information please contact William L. Neece, Director of Airport Solutions at Ozion, or visit

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