Malaysia - Kuala Lumpur International Airport




Kuala Lumpur International Airport



Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Malaysia




Kuala Lumpur International Airport serves around 18.5 million passengers per year. (according to aviation statistics by 2004)



Project Overview:


Business need:

In order to provide highly effective and efficient flight information with state-of-the-art technology to the passengers, Kuala Lumpur International Airport chose the world reputed Infologic FIDS System.



Infologic provided a Unix/Linux-based solution which provides an active-hot standby redundant system. The solution is not only highly reliable but also highly flexible system. The system is still able to operate normally even when the number of flights was more than doubled. The beauty of the system is that it can be upgraded and expanded very easily. No major software changes were required and minimal impact to the airport operations during the upgrading exercise. The Infologic FIDS has a direct interface to the airport AODB where all flight data are received. FIDS in turn sends flight information to the airport Public Address System which provide the airport with automatic flight information system.



A reliable system, yet highly flexible.  Also, by integrating, automating and personalizing the flow of flight information, the Infologic FIDS helped the airport optimized its operations.