Would it be possible to snap a photo of your ACARS (OOOI) display in the cockpit of the airplane, and then have your times magically populate your logbook? This is the question that RB Group has asked itself and more specifically Tuan-Anh Nguyen from Avans University.
It started more than 100 years back and continues to evolve and adapt to the enhancement in technology. A pilot logbook is not just a record of time, it is the documentation of a pilot’s entire life. The History and evolution of the pilot logbook say a lot about the change in the nature of […]
This year, the Dutch Innovation Factory was an official location for The Global Game Jame 2020. Two RB Group teams participated in this highly anticipated Game Jam, to create a game in 48 hours.
Students from the The Hague University have assisted RB in strengthening its Machine Learning models. They specifically focused on the question how patterns in the large dataset about duties, crew and communication could be explored in an anonymous way, without needing access to sensitive information.
As part of the course “Data Driven Business Model Innovation” students from The Hague University of Applied Sciences have helped RB Group with identifying and addressing airline crew needs on location. Their advice: create a social feature or app to help airline crew on layovers.
Machine learning is a branch of artificial intelligence based on the idea that systems can learn from data, identify patterns and make decisions with minimal human intervention. RosterBuster is now building on this technology to process airline rosters faster and more accurately.
As the holiday season draws to a close, at RosterBuster we are thrilled to welcome a lot of new hires. Our Puna office has been expanded with two ace developers. In Zoetermeer we made two new hires, while five new internships have started.
Finding and hiring IT talent is really hard in today’s economy. At RosterBuster we no issues with this; we have been able to recruit and retain some of the best talents of The Hague University. How we’ve done this is no rocket science; and we don’t mind sharing.
RosterBuster’s welcomed a group of new interns last week, that all started recently at the company. Three interns from the bachelor’s program at The Hague University of Applied Sciences will help with the further development of the app. Two others will take on assignments in the areas of customer success and marketing.