AerData has announced an agreement with German Operating Aircraft Leasing (GOAL) for its Global Electronic Asset Review System (GEARS) software. GEARS is a digital tool designed to standardise the collection of data such as shop visits, utilisation data and LLP records (in any format) and link this data to an answer for quick and easy validation during routine audits and inspections. With GEARS, GOAL will ensure quality, consistency and efficiency in any asset review or inspection, which will save both time and costs.
AerData has announced that ST Aerospace Resources has chosen its Corporate Management System (CMS) to support their fleet of aircraft. CMS is a single platform that facilitates the consolidation and management of data from multiple sources. CMS mitigates risk and enables lessors to smoothly run their business by providing them with full control and oversight of their asset values, contract information and technical details. ST Aerospace Resources is the aircraft leasing subsidiary of ST Aerospace with a portfolio of mid-life aircraft assets from the Airbus A320/A321, Airbus A330 and Boeing 737NG families. In addition to aircraft leasing, ST Aerospace also provides technical and financial expertise to manage, evaluate and re-market aircraft assets.
AerData has signed an agreement with Finnair for its Engine Fleet Planning And Costing (EFPAC) software. EFPAC utilises financial, operational and technical data for enhanced decision-making for engines, APUs and landing gear. EFPAC collects maintenance and performance data to establish a maintenance plan. It employs descriptive analytics to visualise shop visit details and overall engine maintenance status. EFPAC also uses prescriptive analytics to simulate future maintenance plan scenarios, allowing airline personnel to optimise shop visit planning, predict engine component life and model financial aspects of engine assets. The EFPAC analytics tool helps airlines perform lifecycle analysis in hours or days, while traditional manual methods typically take weeks to complete.
Commsoft has been chosen by Nordic Aviation Maintenance Organisation (NAMO) to provide its OASES MRO software to support CAMO and MRO operations. This will initially be with NAMO in Finland, followed by the possible implementation in Sharjah, UAE. NAMO is an EASA Part 145 and Part M subpart G-certified maintenance organisation with its headquarters in Finland. The company is approved to perform line/base maintenance for Airbus A318, A319, A320, A321 and A330 aircraft as well as Boeing 747 and 757 models. Supporting services are also provided, such as 24-hour engineering and AOG operations. NAMO has a line station and general cooperation agreement with Volga-Dnepr Gulf in Sharjah; UAE to provide base maintenance activities.
Component Control has announced that ATS Aviation Services, a division of Advanced Technology Services (ATS), and UTC Aerospace
Systems have chosen Quantum Control MRO and Logistics software.
In 2015, ATS introduced its Aviation Services division focused on serving the needs of the aviation maintenance and parts industry with supply chain logistics, airframe parts and component repair, total quality management, and calibration services. The Quantum Control MRO and Logistics solution installed at ATS Aviation Services operates on a highly scalable and secure Oracle database. Quantum Control on the Cloud provides on-demand access to applications via the web, enhancing flexibility and mobility. ATS Aviation Services has selected the Integrated Accounting, Shop Control, Document Imaging and Screen Editor modules.
UTC Aerospace Systems will launch the Quantum Control MRO and Logistics software at its Aerostructures business headquartered in Chula Vista, CA, which is involved in the design, manufacture, integration, and support of nacelle systems for large commercial aircraft. Aerostructures has a global network of comprehensive aftermarket support services, including MRO, asset lease/exchange, spare parts, training, logistics and technical support. Quantum Control will help manage and track an expansive customer base and an extensive inventory of in-demand surplus parts. It will operate on an Oracle database with various logistics and business modules.