Mr Gregor Baues, Chief Architect
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Speaker Biography (Gregor Baues)
Mr. Baues is working since 1999 for Air France Information Systems, first as lead architect for the re-engineering project of the global Air France flight program system.
Following this assignment he was in charge of the internal IT software engineering and consulting group responsible for the provisioning of industrialized development tools, frameworks and processes as well as project consulting within the application development branch.
Since 2004, Mr. Baues is chief architect for application infrastructure within the architecture and strategy group and responsible for all major infrastructure initiatives and related processes and has an active role within the overall enterprise architecture initiative.
Prior to Air France, Mr. Baues co-founded Complex Systems Technologies in France working in the field of operations research based on constraint programming providing large scale resource optimization and planning systems to various industries.
Mr. Baues is graduated of the Technical University of Munich in 1990 in Information Technology and Economics.
Company Profile (Air France)
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Air France-KLM is a global leader in each of its three businesses: passenger transportation, cargo transportation and aeronautics maintenance. Thanks to its dual hub of Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam-Schiphol, the Group operates a balanced network offering the most connecting opportunities between Europe and the rest of the world. It has operations in all continents and offers254 destinations in 124 countries.
Born of the merger between Air France and KLM, the Group is the European leader in passenger transportation and ranks amongst the leading generalist companies in cargo transportation. In the aeronautics maintenance market, Air France-KLM is the world number two of the multi-product players. The Group has more than 100,000employees.
With Delta and Alitalia, the Group operates the largest trans-Atlantic joint-venture. Air France and KLM are also members of the Sky Team global alliance, bringing together 14 airlines. Air France-KLM is recognized as the sustainable development leader in the air transport sector and has been a Dow Jones Sustainability Index component for the past six years.