The management team at ubiZense has over 15 years of experiences in aviation and logistics, some with over 30 years of experiences in computing and information systems. Notable experiences include the interactions with industry leaders and practitioners, including airlines, terminal operators, shippers, and regulatory agents, to name a few, on the need of a platform-based community-focused service-oriented collaborative environment to share, interact, guide, and lead the industry into a technology-savvy, data-driven, on-demand era for overall operational efficiency and sustainability. More recently, ubiZense has been a strong proponent for digitalization of airway bills to push transformation of air cargo terminal operations to the next level at which air cargo from belly to consignee is streamlined with verifiable digital footprint (a related pending patent).
Based on our experience of successfully deploying IoT sensors in garment supply chain from end-to-end, i.e., raw materials suppliers to finished goods on the shelves of retail shops in different geographical regions, along with a cloud-driven visibility platform for any stakeholders of the chain (a pending patent for on-target sharing). the company has been involved and advised on enabling visibility of operations in an international airport for the past year. We are quite familiar in general operation issues and concerns of an airport.
Our experiences in technology adoption traced back to the beginning of the World Wide Web, then populated with EDI, XML, SOA, CGI, JSP, etc. to the now more prominent Web 3.0 such as Nodejs, NoSQL, mobile applications, machine learning (e.g., TensorFlow), and Big Data analytics (we extended to what we called zenselytics). We have development and deployment experiences of these technologies in both on-premise server-based environments and private and public cloud environments from the ground up.