Outdated systems and poor export capabilities lead to inefficient and time-consuming documentation processes.
Documentation of incidents and operations is a time-consuming and tedious task, made even more challenging by outdated systems that make it difficult to grant access to multiple or external users, export complete datasets, and/or ensure originality in exported material.
Common documentation pains
Based on feedback from ATC organizations across the globe, the most common pains that air traffic controllers and investigators experience when documenting operations and incidents are:
- No centralized solution across sites
- No centralized access to tools and data across all sources
- Poor export capabilities
- No recording of data sources such as screen and radar
By eliminating these issues you can significantly improve efficiency, saving time and resources spent on the documentation process.
Ensure easy documentation and secure exportation
Choosing a recording solution that enables you to replay multiple sources, analyze, tag, and document your findings in a single interface will have a significant impact on your documentation process.
Additionally, you should ensure that the recording solution offers export of datasets for replay on 3rd party, offline impound players, as well as radar metadata in the .csv format and that these exports are sufficiently encrypted and protected from tampering.
A built-in transcription module, offering speech-to-text capabilities and efficient replay shortcuts, may significantly simplify the export of transcriptions for use in investigation reports, though this technology is, as of date, only offered by a select few system providers.
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