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Swissport International Ltd., on behalf of more than 850 client-companies, provides best-in-class airport ground services for some 265 million passengers annually, and handles approximately 4.7 million tonnes of air cargo at 133 warehouses world-wide. With a workforce of 68,000, the world’s leading provider of ground and air cargo services is active at 315 airports in 51 countries across all five continents. In 2017, the group generated consolidated operating revenue of EUR 2.8 billion.
SYMVIONICS supports weapon system development, as well as flight test infrastructure and management, by providing software development, engineering services, and organizational support to the military test and evaluation community. SYMVIONICS provides engineers and technical professionals to the government to satisfy requirements for systems engineering and hardware/software development.
For many years, Systecon have encountered the same issues in many different industries: Complex, technical systems or products need to be procured, developed and used, but the focus is almost entirely on the procurement cost – instead of the total cost of the system. We have a different perspective. And that perspective can make a difference for you.
Performance and cost – that is what it boils down to. In all contexts and projects where Systecon and Opus Suite are involved, the common denominator is the drive to increase cost effectiveness. This is usually the case for a fleet of systems, for example, fighter jets, naval ships, rail vehicles or wind turbines.
Systems Technology Inc. (STI) is a research, engineering consulting and product development firm that resides at a unique intersection. Our expertise is where two types of complex dynamic systems meet: machines that move and the humans that control them, from aircraft to automobiles, airships to underwater towed bodies, and oil rigs to astronomical telescopes.