Crofton, Maryland -- April 22, 2022 – Robust Analytics, Inc., a woman-owned small business headquartered in Crofton, Maryland, announced today that it has joined the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN), a global community of companies that leverage AWS to build solutions and services for customers. In addition, Robust Analytics joins the AWS Public Sector Partner (PSP) Program, which recognizes AWS Partners with cloud-based solutions and experience across government, space, education, and nonprofits around the world. With its new aviation safety monitoring and prediction technologies, Robust Analytics offers airlines and aviation-focused government organizations a suite of tools to assist in maintaining and improving flight safety.
Dr. Peter Kostiuk, President at Robust Analytics, said “We are excited to be a part of the AWS Partner Network and the AWS Public Sector Partner Program. At Robust Analytics, we are committed to working with the aviation community to maintain the high level of safety for which the industry has long been praised. As the aviation community continues to face the challenges of recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, we offer monitoring and forecasting solutions for airlines and government agencies built with the security and reliability of AWS.”
Developed in partnership with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the Flight and Airport-Airspace Monitor (FAAM) offers airlines a single source for integrating diverse hazard and risk data into a comprehensive assessment of airspace risk status and flight risk status. The tool predicts airspace risk status four hours ahead, in 15-minute intervals. Hazards that affect an aircraft during the final 60 minutes before landing are monitored continuously. FAAM integrates the airspace safety margin forecast with a crew fatigue model to generate a comprehensive flight risk profile.
About Robust Analytics
Robust Analytics develops aviation safety and airline operations decision support tools to help airlines and the FAA to improve the safety and efficiency of flight operations. A microservices architecture in AWS integrates numerous high-volume data streams on flight plans, track messages, weather, and infrastructure status with analytical models to measure, predict, and monitor hazards, risk events, and predict airport capacity.
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