The 15th Wing at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam and the 437th Wing at Joint Base Charleston did not always have Puckboard.
Instead of having an automated system, their flight scheduling was done manually by physically moving “pucks” around on a whiteboard. This became increasingly frustrating for aircrew members and severely impacted culture. Application development would traditionally take more than four years, but by that time it would be obsolete.
Enter Puckboard, a real-time collaborative flight scheduling platform developed by a mixed team of RVCM and TRON (RevaTRON), that takes crew conflicts and constraints into consideration to streamline the squadron scheduling problem. It is available worldwide to service members using any device that has an internet connection and is built to be responsive and intuitive on any browser or device, including electronic flight bags, simplifying the scheduling problem drastically.
Additionally, Puckboard was the first application to receive Continuous Authority to Operate (cATO) under Platform One’s IL4 environment.
Puckboard continuously receives additions and improvements. In the near term, Puckboard will continue to expand its support to other Airframes and non-scheduling units to allow broader scheduling use and integrations throughout the DoD. Come 2024, RVCM plans to transition Puckboard to Program Executive Office - Digital; to facilitate this transition, RVCM will continue to maintain Puckboard’s cATO accreditation.
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