Sydney Airport has chosen Q-Pulse, developed by Gael Ltd, to manage and maintain its safety and security systems.
It replaces the airport's labour-intensive, paper-based system.
Lisa Nunn, Sydney Airport's security quality systems and improvement manager, says: "Our security and safety management processes and systems were sporadic and disparate.
"We had a system where multiple pieces of information were being handled and collated in different ways, which limited our ability to analyse the data and be proactive in security and safety management.
"We needed one dedicated system, and Q-Pulse was identified as the solution which would ease the management of processes around security and safety and allow us to manage these core areas centrally.
"Following an independent audit, it was recommended we deploy an integrated and efficient reporting and quality control system which was based on the ICAO National Quality Control Program framework and model.
"As the result of a competitive tender process, Q-Pulse was selected to help us manage and exceed the relevant requirements of our security quality management program and SMS."
Gael’s aviation global business manager, Craig Baker, claimed that the Australian gateway was leading the way in its management of safety and security.
He noted "Sydney Airport is ahead of the curve in terms of adopting a system that effectively manages safety and security efficiently and we are delighted to be a part of the solution.”
Australia's busiest gateway, Sydney Airport welcomes more than 35 million passengers and 250,000 aircraft movements every year.