Riyadh Airports, The new OFOQ platform will serve as a central database for all operational information
HE Abdulaziz Al-Duailej, the President of Saudi Arabia’s General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA), recently launched King Khalid International Airport’s (KKIA) advanced digital platform OFOQ.
Designed and developed in cooperation with ADB SAFEGATE, the launch comes as part of Riyadh Airports Company’s (RAC) digital transformation efforts and the broader objectives of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to become a global leader of the digital economy, a press release indicated.
OFOQ acts as a central database and management tool for all operational processes taking place across the KKIA’s facilities. By providing insights into all operational procedures from one single platform, OFOQ enables proactive and data-driven decision-making measures, helping to improve planning processes, minimize any disruptions and fundamentally improve the passenger experience.
The OFOQ platform also features a Flight Information Display System (FIDS), which provides accurate and efficient flight-related data in a real-time environment.
“Our goal at ‘Riyadh Airports’ for turning our vision for digital transformation into a reality and helping transform King Khalid International into a world-leading airport,” remarked Eng. Mohammed bin Abdullah Al-Maghlouth, CEO, RAC.
“In line with that objective, we are delighted to have launched our new digital OFOQ platform, the result of our collaboration at Riyadh Airports Company with ADB SAFEGATE,” commented Mohammed S. Alshammari, ICT General Manager, RAC.
“OFOQ is a modern, integrated and comprehensive digital platform, that will help us to manage King Khalid International Airport’s with increased operational efficiency,” noted Thorben Burghardt, Vice President, ADB SAFEGATE.