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Fleet management (Technical records / CAMO)

The Documents and Records Manager module in Envision works hand in hand with the Core Configuration module to determine and control the accurate tracking of inspections and assets associated with your fleet. By combining functionality such a publication control it is possible to track the arrival, dissemination and action on all prescribed requirements affecting the operation of your aircraft and their sub assemblies.

Publication control is fully functioned to allow your technical staff to manage the receipt, revision and copy control of all documents in your organisation as well as being cable of storing electronic copies of such documentation for retrieval by authorised personnel. Features such as automated revision transmittal and the ability to perform an engineering assessment linked directly to a publication are standard within the module. Copy holders and locations are linked to employee records such that the ability to track copy receipt and response via your e-mail exchange server is retained.

Technical log entry is simple via a custom screen that has logic already enabled to suggest journey parameters based on previous sectors should the user determine such rules to be enabled. Furthermore, linking the system to a feed from flight following systems or external Operations software can automate the entry of flown sector information. Coupling this module with our own Operations manager obviously negates the need to purchase or maintain a seperate Operations system.

Defects arising from sectors (PIREPS) and MAREPS are easily captured and logged against the registrations for reliability data usage. Furthermore, since it is possible to attach electronic documentation to many records within the module, it is possible to store scanned logs against sectors, damage photos and reports against defects, delivery documents against registrations to name just a few examples.

Acceptable Deferred Defect control linked to requisition status reporting allows for multiple deferral of defects whilst still tracking a single ADD record and linking that record to a MEL category with automated application and tracking of the respective time control.

Flight data entry automatically updates the electronic logbooks of the aircraft main assemblies which are enabled to use an unlimited number of user defined life codes. These lifecodes can be used to determine parameters for inspections and allow the recording of usage data against individual assets. This usage data is invaluable to your business, by using Envision your are sure of a single point of data entry to control unified data used across your fleet operation and the Module Managers with the system. Furthermore, this same data can be extracted for use by external business solutions.


Sophisticated tools to help you manage technical instructions and establish their effect on the operation of the aircraft. In addition to this there is an advanced maintenance program revision system which allows you to manage multiple approved and draft program revisions for your fleet, manage the submission and change procedure, change aircraft programs and compare actual dues against potential dues on a parallel planned program.

The Engineering management part of the module deals with the creation of work to be performed by your business, management of changing requirements and the ability to forecast when those requirements might affect the your operation. 

Airworthiness Directive and Service Bulletin assessment are handled directly within Envision and it is a simple process to create a task and schedule it against the aircraft or component within the fleet. Sophisticated rules based tools enable you to define the level of frequency, nature of implementation and the effect of one inspection upon the action of another. Furthermore, when coupled with the Technical library functions of the Document Manager module, information can be seen to be linked to the originating publications within your business.

The effect of changing inspection requirements both from manufacturers in the form of regular program amendments and from other agencies can be managed centrally. Envision has the tools to maintain multiple maintenance programs and assist with the revision control of those programs as well as automating some of the reporting necessities of program submission. It is also possible to maintain an aircraft on an approved program whilst also planning for it to be on a second program and comparing the difference between the two. Creation of draft programs with applied planned registrations in order to seek authority approval is a standard feature of the Engineering Manager.