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Airlines ATA mapping Automation using Text Mining

Abdul November 4, 2020

Airlines based in United States of America

Problem Statement

The airline inspection is done on paper and the engineer is tasked to write down the issue found and assign appropriate ATA code.

There are 2000+ ATA code codes and the engineers do not remember them. Therefore write any random ATA code against the issue. The challenge is to identify and assign the correct  ATA code to each entry

Solution Approach

  • Warehouse Server

  • Word Frequency Algorithm

  • Create Taxonomy

  • Scoring Model

  • Real-time Processing

Business Impact

  • 60% reduction in the digitization process and therefore the reduced digitization cost

  • Revenue earning opportunity for client to monetize this as they manage engineers for other airlines in their network

Critical Success Factors

  • The model gives top 5 score ATA against Text. The top most is correct mapping
  • In case of ambiguity the remaining scored ATA code can be looked at

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