Babel ZIP

Zero Integration Platform

Revolutionise the way your airline applications operate with Babel/ZIP – a middleware solution that allows for seamless execution on Common Use platforms without the need for costly modifications.

With Babel/ZIP, you can drastically cut engineering costs and eliminate the need to support a proprietary platform API. As a powerful evolution of Damarel’s Common Language Facility (CLF) technology, Babel/ZIP acts as a translator between the application and the platform Peripheral Manager, enabling both systems to operate as if they were in their native environment.

Babel/ZIP benefits both airline application and Common Use platform providers. For airlines, Babel/ZIP offers immediate support for all major airport Common Use platforms. For platform providers, Babel/ZIP opens up the Common Use system to native applications, removing the need for airlines to redevelop existing applications.

Transparently translating communication between the application and the Common Use vendor’s platform and Peripheral Manager, Babel/ZIP simplifies the entire process and allows for uninterrupted operation. Experience a new level of efficiency and flexibility with Babel/ZIP.

Contact us now to see how Babel ZIP can get your platform and applications working – seamlessly.

  • Features

    1. Transparent support for Common Use platforms
    2. Supports local platform and remote data centre deployments
    3. Based on Babel technology, proven to work at more than 200 airports for more than 13 years
    4. Opens up the Common Use platform to bespoke applications
    5. Seamless access to all peripheral devices
  • Benefits

    1. Works with all Common Use vendor platforms
    2. Supports Zero Integration for both CUTE and CUPPS standards
    3. Enables airlines with legacy applications to deploy them easily on a Common Use platform with the minimum of effort
    4. Enables CUTE/CUPPS providers to deploy legacy airline applications on their platform with the minimum of effort
    5. Dramatically reduces re-engineering and certification effort