China Airlines purchases VISIUMAQD™

China airways plane in flight © Hsin-Jen Pan - Planespotters.net

Houston TX. August 1, 2013. Optimized Systems and Solutions,Inc. (OSyS), wholly owned subsidiary Superstructure Group is delighted to welcome China Airlines to the VISIUMAQD™family.

Since 2007, China Airlines have been actively implementing a Safety Management System (SMS), which incorporates safety practices into organisational management and utilises various safety management tools to enhance safety.

China Airlines were looking for SMS software to support this which was easy to access and which allowed them to connect with data from other airlines.

Being largely browser-based, VISIUMAQD™ has a small installation footprint and can be accessed and used by thousands of users simultaneously. This will allow China Airlines’ staff across the organisation to voluntarily report safety issues, risk factors, and unsafe practices (one of the key objectives of China Airlines’ SMS).

VISIUMAQD™also facilitates the risk assessment of incidents which have already occurred or which may occur in the future, allowing the organisation to put together risk management plans to reduce risk, decreasing the likelihood and severity of further incidents.

Notes to Editors

1. Optimized Systems and Solutions (OSyS) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Rolls-Royce Group plc, with 400 employees serving a customer base that includes Fortune 100 companies in more than 100 countries. For over a decade OSyS has been delivering expert insights around the globe to operators of high value assets, to OEMs and to companies that provide asset services. OSyS unlocks the full decision-making power of complex asset data, enabling customers to balance their cost, risk and performance parameters.

2. OSyS core competencies are built on software and consulting expertise for intelligent data management and integration, and predictive analytics that drive equipment health monitoring and management. Extensive OSyS domain knowledge and proven processes serve compliance and assurance, risk analysis automation and fleet-plant-operations optimization. OSyS is Expert Insight Delivered. For more information, please visit the OSyS website at www.o-sys.com.

3. China Airlines is the largest airline in Taiwan. The airline with its headquarters based from Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, flies to destinations in Asia, Europe, North America and Oceania. China Airlines has a strong presence in the Southeast Asia, East Asia, and Northeast Asia. The airline started scheduled chartered flights between Taiwan and China on July 2008. Most flights serving this market are concentrated at Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Beijing. China Airlines has operated the Hong Kong route since 1967 with over 140 flights flown a week between Taipei, Kaohsiung, and Hong Kong.