Demonstration of AIRPEX Internet Tracking
A demonstration of the Internet capabilities BMS offers its AIRPEX
customers. Both Tracking and special reports are currently in service.
BMS hosts home pages for several customers. The Tracking applications
operate on BMS' Web Server, thus isolating Customer systems from the security
risks inherent in the Internet. The data you will be viewing is a
sample of actual customer data. We have randomized names and addresses
to protect the privacy of the companies involved.
How to Log In:
The Logon is "demo" and the Password is "abc123". Both are case sensitive
and must be entered as shown.
What's Going On:
The Tracking information is drawn seamlessly from the AIRPEX operations
database. At scheduled times during the day, this information is
transferred to BMS's Web Server and made available to companies which you
have assigned a login and password. The entire process is automatic
and requires no extra effort from your staff. You may decide to add
Status Events. In this case, you will have available data entry functions
to enter the data.
The system acquires status data from airlines and steamship lines from
the SNS system, provided that you have set up an account. SNS charges
for this service, but we believe that the improved quality and quantity
of status data justifies the cost.
In addition to the Tracking application, certain customers may desire
special reports. The Reports option shows a variety of possibilities.
The reports are generated by a menu option on your system. You then
direct your system to publish the reports to the Internet. This assures
that the data transferred to the Internet is complete and accurate.
Both Tracking and Reports are implemented as Java Servlets. This
means that the Java program executes on BMS's Web Server. Any Internet
Browser will be able to display the data and the programs will execute