Air France: Top mission for the real estate strategyGuillaume DH
CACD delivers to the customer tailored training in Autocad, with a view to managing workspaces. (Image for illustrative Fotolia)
Since 2012, Air France leads with a CACD support its real estate strategy that is unusual in its complexity and size of its perimeter collaboration.
erving the Real Estate Master Plan-which is in charge of the management of nearly one million m2 of commercial and industrial premises used by subsidiaries and service Air France-, CACD contributes its share to allocate and know with precision use is made of local, managing the constantly changing occupations.
This mission is the highly automated processing of thousands of plans (in AutoCAD format for the most part), which are translated and analyzed for use in operation of zoning, i.e. identification and allocation of m2 used for different entities Group. Plans, supplied in various versions are received from local general services that manage on-site local and enriched by automated processes (more than 38,000 lines of code have been written for this treatment) and manuals. This update charter accompanied by a zoning allows incorporation of all surface to a database via a specific version of Autocad which can be extracted, in spreadsheet format, sharp data for analysis and space optimization.
A highly automatised process
The added value from CACD was to imagine and design a strong process automation processing zoning, which allows coping with heavy loads mounted with great fluidity to the customer.
Now, with the assistance of CACD, Air France pilot with finesse his tertiary or industrial premises and applies a strategic planning to manage a real estate portfolio of very large size.