What Is Avinoc (AVINOC)?
The Avinoc Network Operation Centers, which have been in existence since 2008, is an enterprise resource planning (ERP) software and business cloud application for BizAv, which has been further developed to this day. Inspired by the wide range of possibilities offered by Blockchain technology today, the development team decided in 2017 to transform existing knowledge from the ERP solution into a completely new system, the Aviation Network Operation Chain Avinoc as a Blockchain solution provides a transparent, integrated, permission less and decentralized base data layer for the exchange of relevant information for the GA. The main focus here is on BizAv.
Avinoc The primary goal is to strengthen the BizAv market with focus on reducing the time span of the information and payment flow to zero, thus creating an optimal supply chain. This will allow the entire global market to be strengthened and made sustainable for the future. It will furthermore result in positive effects on all other economic sectors of a country with well-defined BizAv. It will also enable future technologies, such as autonomous or semi-autonomous flying, to be effectively and efficiently deployed in organizations.
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Avinoc covers the worldwide civilian transport of passengers and goods, primarily aircraft and helicopters, outside scheduled (airlines) and charter flights. The GA is divided into business aviation (BizAv, or Business Aviation) and private aviation (private aviation). BizAv covers civil, non-scheduled, company-specific and intra-factory traffic and the commercial operation of business jets and helicopters for the purpose of transporting people and goods.
General aviation, and in particular commercial business aviation – in comparison to scheduled air traffic is characterized by the offer of non-scheduled, on demand air transport in the form of individual transports. The departure and arrival airports are not dependent on a fixed network for this point-to-point traffic. Avinoc In addition to the availability of an operational aircraft including crew, the only limitations are in the range of the aircraft, the airport opening hours and their slots.
The service is therefore largely unlimited in time and space. Typically, if not exclusively, considering the cargo area, smaller and lighter aircraft are used in business aviation than in scheduled and charter traffic. This also allows for a high individuality of the route network, due to their ability to fly to smaller airports with shorter runways near the actual destination.
Based on these characteristics, and again in relation to the business aviation, the benefit is individual for each demander. The main focus is on the benefits through time saving. Time can be saved by using business aviation on demand as opposed to following a fixed time table on the one hand, and by the resulting possibility to reach multiple destinations directly and consecutively, on the other hand.
Avinoc The reduced ground transfer times between airports and departure and destination locations as well as shorter routes and faster check-in and security check-in times at airports are supported by use of special General Aviation Terminals (GAT).
In addition to individual benefits, the GA and BizAv make an important contribution to the economic performance on all continents. This can be measured by gross value as the difference between production value and intermediate inputs. Avinoc The economic impact of the sector is represented by a direct, indirect and induced value. Direct added value is attributable to direct production, operation or maintenance of business travel and private aircraft.
The induced economic impact includes the financial resources spent by directly or indirectly employed employees outside the general aviation industry. Avinoc The use of products and services by manufacturers, suppliers and maintenance companies in other companies represent the indirect value along the value chain.
Avinoc This operator model is characterized by the acquisition of a business aircraft by several investors. In this case, the investment costs are proportionately payed by one-off payments and thus part ownership is obtained. In addition to the acquisition costs, there are monthly fixed costs for the operator as well as variable costs for the actual air traffic.