Calvin Risk reviews Lufthansa's maintenance application

Kloten ZH/Norderstedt/Munich – Lufthansa Industry Solutions (LHIND) has had its maintenance application supported by artificial intelligence evaluated by Calvin Risk and TÜV SÜD. The review examined whether the airline’s risk management is compatible with European case law on artificial intelligence.

The Kloten-based company Calvin Risk, together with TÜV Süd based in Munich, has reviewed the maintenance application of Lufthansa Industry Solutions (LHIND), which is supported by artificial intelligence (AI). According to a press release from Calvin Risk, the focus of the audit by the company specializing in AI risks was whether the German airline's risk management is compatible with the European regulation on artificial intelligence (EU AI Act). The assessment by Calvin Risk and TÜV SÜD showed that essential parts of the European regulation on artificial intelligence were fulfilled.

LHIND's maintenance application is set to revolutionize technical fleet management by supporting maintenance technicians, troubleshooting and quality assurance, explains Michael Koch, AI Director at LHIND, in a press release issued by LHIND. Text documents, images and videos, for example, are used. The solution is said to "rationalize" decision-making, increase efficiency and reduce costs.

"The European Parliament's first AI regulation worldwide provides companies with guidelines that they can use as a guide," Julian Riebartsch, CEO and co-founder of AI specialist Calvin Risk, is quoted as saying. "This creates a reliable framework for the development of intelligent chatbots. Compliance with EU AI law should be taken into account from the outset and can be ensured with the evidence management tool."

Calvin Risk was spun off from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich(ETH) in 2022. ce/eb

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