Planning and Production Module

The Planning and Production module is where all scheduled and unscheduled maintenance jobs are catalogued and the bulk of all maintenance activity is controlled.

  • Flexible forecasting with user-customizable profiles allows forecasts within an airframe, a base, or across the entire company.
  • Maintenance Control defect staging area for initial defect analysis and full historical reporting of defects.
  • Integrated deferred maintenance and MEL/airworthiness item control.
  • Job card ticketing system for easy job tracking.
  • Work package features for easy grouping and distribution of planned duelists.
  • Facilities for electronic rectification inputs from the floor, including parts on/off.
  • Fully developed electronic signature features to the task-step level.
  • RII and Independent check item management.
  • ETOPS significant item management.
  • Electronic part requisition system notifies stores/purchasing of part requirements.
  • Review of configured ‘triggers’ which associate related maintenance actions (ie, cascading heavy check requirements).
  • Job templates for any repetitive job including parts lists, trade requirements, and graphic attachments.
  • Digital document library for inspections, ADs, SBs, MPD tasks, etc. automatically printed with job cards.
  • Tools for both line maintenance and block/heavy maintenance project activities.
  • Easy separation of line maintenance tasks from heavy maintenance projects.
  • Links between routine inspection items and spawned non-routine rectification items.
  • Track heavy check project accomplishment, parts, and labour costs in real-time.
  • Scan and store accomplished job cards as digital documents.
  • Pre-defined forecast via email allows automation of repetitive forecasting functions.
  • Graphical job scheduling analysis plots for identification of production scheduling conflicts and to monitor resource requirements.
  • Electronic maintenance status board for quick views of base-oriented production schedules.
  • Weight and balance management.
  • Tracking of complex limitations such as ‘Whichever Is Later’ constraint-driven maintenance actions.
  • Opportunity task triggers.

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