Use any smartphone to quickly record cabin damage in seconds
Simple and intuitive using the mobile camera
App works online or offline
Automatic cloud server synchronisation
Active Directory compliant
Monthly per tail pricing – no setup costs
Cabin Survey is a mobile app to quickly create damage reports for aircraft interiors.
The app is designed to be very simple to use so that cabin crew with little or no training can make a damage report in 30 seconds or less. The app can be used either online or offline with synchronisation to the cabin survey cloud servers whenever an internet connection is present.
Cabin Survey web application
Add and manage damage reports
The cabin interior team can monitor and manage the damage reports via a simple to use web application which runs in any browser. The web application display shows graphically the damage map for an individual aircraft or for a fleet.
Add and manage existing reports
Control and track Workorder status
Track damage hotspots
Manage cabin configurations
Cabin configurations can be easily managed by assigning a configuration created with the LOPA editor to aircraft. A full history of configurations over time can be tracked.
Create your own LOPA templates and subviews
Creating location maps for use in the mobile and web applications is really simple to do. In the web application you can simply upload any image and map it out using our very simple tool. These images can be LOPA diagrams, images from your CMM or even photos. Sub templates can be created so that drilling down into the detail of an item is possible.
MROdoc is a mobile based intelligent document browser which fully integrates with Cabin Survey. Engineers and cabin attendants can complete damage reports that include CMM/IPC references and CMM/IPC page attachments at the aircraft.
Page suggestions based on damage information
Information entered into Cabin Survey is used to suggest pages in MROdoc to assist with assessment. CMM/IPC References and page copies are easily attached to the Cabin Survey damage report.
Bookmark groups are easily set up so predefined sets of pages can be retrieved. These bookmark groups are shareable across all devices running MROdoc in an organisation. An example could be a set of CMM pages always used when assessing galley damage.