Aeron aspires to become the new standard of aviation safety powered by blockchain to create a decentralized system of storing, recording, and verification of all data concerning the aviation industry to make our flights safer to fly.
Aeron’s solution relies on blockchain technology to track aircraft maintenance and pilot logs. Aeron is constructing a database and an online system that is decentralized, hosting global data on aircraft, flight schools, and pilots. This electronic logging system would force pilots to have logs that reflect accurate flight hours, making aviation safer for everyone involved. Its aim is to create “airline in a pocket” — a smart blockchain-based solution. The pilot’s application is used by a pilot for personal flight logging. The company application collects and verifies data from aircraft operators, maintenance organizations, flight schools, and fixed base operators. In case of any mismatch in data between any Aeron data source with either the Air Traffic Control, pilot, or operator, aviation authorities can quickly detect and eliminate the problem. Aviation authorities can also detect any pilots operating with an expired license.
Aeron (ARN) utility token is incorporated in Aeron products. It helps to enhance product usage, allow contribution to the ecosystem, product access, and ownership. ARN is a bootstrapping engagement. While the token will enable access to valuable features within the Aeron platform, it will not be limited by the Aeron mobile applications.