2nd November, 2020: IBA, the leading aviation data and advisory company, today announces the launch of its new one-stop aviation intelligence platform, InsightIQ. The platform combines speed, accuracy, visual analytics and intuitive navigation to deliver actionable insight from comprehensive, integrated aviation data.
Ian Beaumont, Chief Executive Officer of IBA, says: "IBA has leveraged over 30 years of commercial aircraft and engine market data combined with the skills of more than 40 aviation and data analysts to create InsightIQ.
"It is a uniquely flexible platform, that unites ease of use and exportability with IBA's trusted asset management and valuation methodologies, to provide banks and investment, leasing and insurance companies alongside airlines, OEMs and MROs with the trusted intelligence they need to optimise their asset, portfolio and investment strategies."
InsightIQ comprises six key areas: Fleet; Liquidity; Aircraft; Flights; Portfolio; and News. Together, they enable aviation professionals to:
Unlock aircraft ownership, specification, utilisation and flight map information
Analyse aircraft availability and liquidity
Access flexible aircraft and engine valuations from the 2020 Appraiser of the Year
Create numerous alternative portfolios and generate entity-by-entity and aggregated valuations
Track global flight activity and geographic fleet distribution
Contextualise their analysis with up-to-the-minute news provided by AviatorPro
The platform flexibly illustrates multiple asset, fleet and market positions, actual and potential, to inform users' choices and assist them to identify acquisition and divestment opportunities.
More information about InsightIQ and access to a demonstration of the platform's capabilities are available here.
IBA has over 30 years' experience in delivering independent, expert business analysis and data on the aviation sector. Established in 1988, it provides a wide range of services including InsightIQ, the leading platform for aviation intelligence, advisory, asset valuations, asset management, industry and sector research and analysis.
IBA advises prominent investment funds and banks, aircraft leasing companies, operators, manufacturers and MROs. In January 2020, IBA was named 'Appraiser of the Year' by Airline Economics.
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