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Implementing AviaTor – Overcoming Challenges

Since its creation, AviaTor has made significant progress in becoming a user-friendly, fast, and adaptable tool tailored to the needs of law enforcement agencies worldwide. AviaTor's popularity is growing, attracting increasing interest from law enforcement agencies globally.

One of the first questions law enforcement interested in using AviaTor often asks, is how easy it is to implement. Often times law enforcement is already dealing with low capacity, time and funds, so the implementation of a new tool needs to be as efficient as possible. Based on feedback from our users, we want to explore the implementation process of AviaTor, including some of the potential hurdles new users might encounter, and how to tackle them.

Considerations for AviaTor implementation

  • National Jurisdiction: AviaTor is being implemented by law enforcement agencies worldwide, which means it must be adapted to various legal jurisdictions. Implementation ease can vary depending on specific country rules and regulations.

  • Bureaucratic Challenges: Some users have faced difficulties navigating the bureaucratic processes associated with implementing AviaTor in their countries. Obtaining approval from legal departments, for example, can be more challenging for certain LEAs than others.

  • Gaining Approval: Securing approval from authorities to integrate AviaTor into daily LEA operations can be challenging, depending on the regulatory landscape of law enforcement in each country. Some users have reported difficulties with getting authorities to approve the use of the tool, while others encountered strong support.

  • Onboarding Process: The onboarding process duration can vary depending on the capacity of the LEA team, with some requiring more time to onboard all necessary departments.

Supporting Users in Overcoming Hurdles

The AviaTor team is committed to supporting each user through their unique implementation process. Partnering with ZiuZ Visual Intelligence, AviaTor provides a designated contact to assist users in navigating the process.

Additionally, the AviaTor team encourages and supports the sharing of experiences and expertise among AviaTor users. To facilitate knowledge-exchange we organise peer-to-peer events twice a year, bringing together both AviaTor users, and LEAs interested in testing the tool. During these events, experienced users can share their challenges, and hurdles with others and offer suggestions and support based on their own AviaTor journey. These events have proven to be incredibly successful in addressing important user questions, discovering shortcomings and brainstorming effective solutions.

The Value of AviaTor

Creating a tool adaptable for global application across varying jurisdictions, rules and regulations is a challenging process. But AviaTor achieves just that: it offers a customisable, user-friendly interface, designed to be globally adaptable. However, the implementation and integration of the tool will still require varying approaches depending on the user's location.

If you are interested in becoming an AviaTor user it’s important to be informed about the potential hurdles you might encounter in your country. Regardless of what these are, the AviaTor team will support you in the process. With almost all users reporting a 30% decrease in processing times, we see the positive impact AviaTor has on LEAs worldwide. AviaTor has significantly enhanced the efficiency of our users’ daily operations. And it can do the same for you.

If you are interested in learning more about the AviaTor tool, come see the tool in action during the AviaTor Forum on June 26th in Brussels, or apply for a private demo.

Implementing AviaTor – Overcoming Challenges

If you are interested in learning more about the AviaTor tool, come see the tool in action during the AviaTor Forum on June 26th in Brussels, or apply for a private demo.