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Seabury Solutions Aircraft Maintenance Digital Transformation Latest Solutions, Apps, and Processes Demo Webinar [Alkym, Mobile Apps, Eauthority Demos; Latest Developments: ETL/ELB, SMS, Digital Twins; Paperless Maintenance Operations; more]

Register to attend this Webinar for an excellent opportunity to see a demo of Seabury Solutions’ new additions to its growing aircraft maintenance digital transformation pool of solutions, apps, and processes. During the Webinar, the Seabury team will walk you through the full suite of digital transformation products, including a full overview of Alkym (Web App, Mobile Apps, SeaQ, SeaLog, Inventory Management), as used by over 90 airlines, operators, MROs, CAMOs, of all sizes worldwide for end-to-end digital maintenance management; as well as a look at the Eauthority solution which simplifies the ETL/ELB certification process and data exchange between CAAs and airlines. You will also see some new developments to be released in the future including a new ETL/ELB solution, plus SMS and Digital Twin systems; digitalized and optimized Material Management; and enhanced communications between OCC and MCC for real-time companywide collaboration. As you will see, all the solutions are designed to be fully customized allowing users to select specific modules and Apps to match their requirements and/or budget, with no additional costs for customized reports, queries and dashboards, and with unrivalled level of 24/7 global support.

Next, using demos of the latest system upgrades, the Mobile M&E Apps, and Eauthority, the Seabury Team will discuss and showcase how their solutions are used by customers to address some of the industry’s key challenges and goals.  Firstly, Paperless Operations using the Mobile App to control and manage materials and production execution alongside key Alkym functionality; Secondly, Digital Transformation using business process mapping and automation technology, plus integration with condition-based monitoring and AHM solutions; Next, How to assist CAAs in moving towards a technological change using Eauthority.  Next, you will see the processes to ensure a seamless transition from a legacy system into Alkym using advanced data mapping, database structure analysis, and the M-Transfer module within Alkym; Finally, a look at the benefits of Cloud Hosting ensuring minimal IT resources and a future proofed solution with a SolaaS approach.

The Webinar is divided into the following 6 key sections:

  • Overview of Seabury Solutions Systems and Apps and Road Map 
    You will be taken on a tour of the full suite of Seabury Solutions’ full suite of digital transformation products, including Alkym and Eauthority.  You will then see what’s coming including a new ETL/ELB solution, plus SMS and Digital Twin systems; digitalized and optimized Material Management; and enhanced communications between OCC and MCC for real-time companywide collaboration.

  • Software Demos and Discussion 1: Paperless Operations (eSignature/Digital Stamp, Mobile App)
    Next, the Seabury Team will discuss and showcase how their solutions are used by customers to address some of the industry’s key challenges and goals.  Firstly, end-to-end Paperless Maintenance Operations. You will see how Alkym uses advanced technology such as XML maintenance tasks, Automated planning, eSignatures, electronic approvals by CAAs and lots more.  You will also see the Mobile App for raising technical defects / non-routines, barcode reading via tablet camera, checking material availability and request parts, and lots more.

  • Software Demos and Discussion 2: Digital Transformation (Seabury Solutions, System Integrations)
    Next, you will hear how Seabury functionality assists their customers with Digital Transformation projects.  You will see advanced Business Process Mapping as well as Automation technology to accelerate projects.

  • Software Demos and Discussion 3: Digital eTL certification (Alkym, Eauthority)
    Now, the team will discuss how eauthority facilitates CAAs in the eTL certification process. You will see a demo of Seabury’s industry leading Eauthority solution, plus, what is the future for CAAs, in terms of Digitalization?

  • Software Demos and Discussion 4: Software Conversion (Alkym)
    Next, you will see the processes to ensure a seamless transition from a legacy system into Alkym using advanced data mapping, database structure analysis, and the M-Transfer module within Alkym.  You will also see some of the advanced data archiving solutions for regulatory compliance, data back-up, and long-term storage.

  • Software Demos and Discussion 5: The benefits of Cloud Hosting (Alkym)
    Next, the team discuss the benefits of Cloud Hosting with Alkym now offers as SolaaS (Solution-as-a Service) ensuring minimal IT resources and a future proofed solution, whilst delivering a proven, functionality rich, end-to-end maintenance management system.

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of Flight Operations software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Operations IT Vendors.

For a full list of upcoming Webinars Click Here
For a full list of On-Demand Webinar sessions Click Here

Live Aircraft Data Monitoring Platform for Predictive Maintenance, On-Ground Fuel Savings, and OTP Analysis Demo Webinar [FlightWatching Platform Demo: Optimize Turn-Around Time and Performance; Reduce AOGs; Create Custom Alerts and Dashboards; more]

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 7th March 2024) to see a demo and overview of the powerful and unique in the industry, Live Aircraft Data Monitoring Platform from FlightWatching, which connects to the aircraft in real-time, monitoring and querying all the data coming off the aircraft. As you will see, the platform uses any type of nose-to-tail data sources from the aircraft: ACARS in real-time, or data such as QAR, DAR, SAR or, for legacy aircraft, using the aircraft’s avionic boxes and systems. During the Webinar you will see demos of solutions that FlightWatching has developed to tap into and drive value from the data using innovative algorithms and the latest AI/ML technology, including:

  • Real-Time On-Ground Fuel Saving and Cabin Readiness: How to save fuel during ground operations; Optimize APU performance with live detection of APU over runs at the gate; how to achieve desired temperatures for boarding at optimum costs and carbon footprint.
  • Real-Time Turn-Around Optimization; OTP Analysis: Perform remote real-time pre-flight checks for potential AOG problems, inc: low water levels, inadequate tire pressure, etc.; On-Time Performance analysis for key KPIs such as: how much time is taken for cargo loading or fuel loading? Where are airlines losing time?
  • APU Predictive Maintenance Analytics: Reduce unscheduled APU removals and maintenance costs. Engineers are alerted to potential problems before they lead to an AOG.

As you will see the platform operates in a browser so works on all devices, connecting with the FlightWatching server which collects the data and computes in real-time, providing results and trends to key staff at airlines, operators, MROs and OEMs. Additionally, users can configure custom reports, dashboards, real-time analyses, data driven models, set up alerts, and can choose to display results for each aircraft or an entire fleet.

The Webinar begins with an overview and demo of how the FlightWatching platform optimizes the use of power sources on ground to reduce jet fuel costs for sustainable turnarounds. You will see that the platform not only saves fuel and reduces the carbon footprint but also helps cabin readiness for boarding at the desired cabin temperature with the optimum energy consumption. Plus, you will see complementary modules to ensure departure on time depending on an airline’s specifics.  Next, MROs will be interested in the next section showing how to optimize repair costs by scheduling APU removals, reducing APU BER (Beyond Economic Repair). As you will see airlines can now monitor APU health at a competitive price and benefit from a suite of tailored services as part of Revima APU Predictive Care. Finally, you will see how the platform utilizes machine learning modules to deliver an unmatched predictability level of performance. You will see how airlines, operators, MROs and OEMs can take charge of their own data to set up different levels of data management, from simple alerts to potential problems, to building statistical reports and dashboards.  

The webinar will alternate between presentations showcasing key features and the value of each solution, followed by a demo showing how the system works and the user interface.

The Webinar is divided into five key sections:

  1. Revima & FlightWatching by Revima: World Experts in Ground Assets
    First, an overview of Revima and FlightWatching. As you will see, from expertise in Landing Gears and APU MRO expertise to digital suite of solutions, Revima and FlightWatching by Revima provide a unique set of services guaranteeing optimum ground performance, and sustainable turnarounds. They are designed to save fuel on the ground and reduce maintenance costs on APU assets, through reducing unscheduled APU removals, optimizing APU performance, saving jet fuel during ground operations, and ensuring cabin comfort before boarding.

  2. Platform Demo: On-Ground Fuel Saving Solutions and Cabin Readiness
    Next, you will see how real time connectivity to the Aircraft opens huge opportunities to save fuel. This section of the Webinar will provide insights on the live detection of APU over runs and the monitoring of external power sources usage. As you will see, real-time recommendations are provided to key ground staff on how to best sequence all the power sources so that the cabin reaches the desired temperature for boarding at the optimum cost and carbon footprint.

  3. Platform Demo: Turn-Around Tailored Solutions and On-Time Performance Analytics
    Next, you will see how live connection to the aircraft also permits users to perform remote preflight checks and detect marginal situations such as a low water level or inadequate tire pressure and prioritize maintenance actions to ensure departure on time. As you will see, the high flexibility of the platform, along with the expertise of FlightWatching’s team in aircraft data treatment, provide an unmatched level of customized solutions for airline turnarounds.

    You will see how the platform analyses On-Time Performance, so that airlines can see where they are wasting time during their arrivals / turnarounds.  The system is connected in real-time to the aircraft so that FlightWatching can monitor in detail, for each aircraft, what is happening to the aircraft on arrival and departure. Key KPIs can be generated for turnarounds; so, for example, how much time are you taking to open the door on arrival? how much time for cargo loading? how much time for fuel loading? etc.  Airlines can see exactly where they are losing time and adjust accordingly as well as monitor key aircraft systems in real-time such as tire pressures which could lead to an AOG during turnaround.

  4. Platform Demo: Predictive Maintenance
    Next, you will see a deep dive into the backbone of the predictive maintenance tool taking a couple of APU use cases. The demo will show how far users can get into data exploration, customization and how it converts into value. You will see how the intelligence of the platform brings value to stretch equipment dispatch reliability, improve time on wing and reduce maintenance costs. You will see how engineers are alerted to potential problems before they lead to an AOG, and how the data can advise when the component should be removed and repaired or replaced during scheduled maintenance.

  5. Data Analytics: From Trends to AI / Machine Learning – Build your own Reports
    Finally, the FlightWatching presenters will take you through the more technical portion of the Webinar. You will learn how FlightWatching strategically tackles complexity within data management, with each problem having its own solution, whether that is using a statistical, mathematical or machine learning approach. You will see how this approach allows users to set up different levels of data management, from simple alerts to potential problems or anomalies, to building statistical reports and dashboards to answer key operational queries and analyze over time, to using innovative AI / Machine Learning real-time analysis and data driven models.

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of Flight Operations software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Operations IT Vendors.

For a full list of upcoming Webinars Click Here
For a full list of On-Demand Webinar sessions Click Here

NewGen Aircraft Maintenance Planning Solution Demo Webinar [Aerros Demo: Digital Base Maintenance Planning; 10+ year Forecasts in Minutes; Real-Time Collaboration; Auto-Scheduling; Hyper-Flexible Constraints; Loadouts; BI Reports; What-If Scenarios]

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 15th February 2024) to see a demo of the popular next generation long-range aircraft maintenance planning solution Aerros from Aerostrat.  As you will see, Aerros, as used by airlines, operators, and MROs, such as FedEx, JetBlue, Southwest, Airborne M&E, provides base maintenance planning teams large and small with the key tools and advanced functionality needed to make building, maintaining, and iterating long-range maintenance plans painless. Using demos of the solution, the Aerostrat team will show how to create 10+ year forecasts in minutes, not weeks, whilst taking each company’s unique operational constraints, aircraft utilization and entire MPD (Maintenance Planning Document) into account. As you will see, with constraint considerations ranging from available allocations, yield targets, and vendor specialization to granular labor power availability and more, users can quickly build highly detailed and achievable maintenance plans. The demos will then walk through key Aerros differentiators, seen through the lens of the most common use-cases, as well as showcasing key features such as the read-only production schedule and scenario (what-if) capabilities; real-time collaboration; data clusters – to run what-if scenarios beyond real-world data; auto-scheduling; loadouts; and aircraft timeline; all allowing users to quickly build long-range maintenance schedules, understand their outcomes, and plan for a changing future.

In addition to planning the optimum maintenance schedules, you will see how Aerros provides decision makers with the data they need to make quantitative decisions both inside the product and within their own BI platforms. As you will see, Aerostrat customers are able to ingest Aerros data to publish custom reports and combine data models with Aerros data to build rolling budgets and communicate critical planning information companywide.  This provides a deep understanding of maintenance costs with the ability to quickly iterate and understand the future financial impacts of choices made today.  Finally, you will see some real-world results showing how Aerros customers have reported lower maintenance costs and higher aircraft utilization due to powerful forecasting and yield targeting capabilities.

The Webinar is divided into 5 key sections:

  1. Aerostrat Overview:
    Aerostrat was founded in 2015 and is the fastest-growing and largest company in the planning space. Today, Aerros plans over 4000 aircraft for both MROs and Operators and works for airlines of any size, fleet type, and configuration. Aerostrat builds and innovates quickly with a customer-obsessed focus; plus, releases monthly updates, builds features alongside customers, and ensures they follow the highest industry security and compliance standards.

  2. Aerros Demo 1: The Aerros Approach, plus key what-if features:
    The demo will start with a baseline understanding of how Aerros is structured, and how that structure enables operational efficiency at its core. You will see key concepts that will give you a strong understanding of how users interact with the platform to view, maintain, and share their maintenance schedules on a daily basis.  This section will highlight the most foundational features, including the read-only production schedule and scenario (what-if) capabilities which, combined, allow users to make decisions and provide their organizations with a single version of truth.

  3. Aerros Demo 2: Customization and Constraints:
    Next you will see a high-level understanding of the various constraints the system supports, how these constraints can be customized, and how Aerostrat ensures that customers’ M&E systems provide the data necessary to keep plans up to date.  With flexible constraint management, including but not limited to task yields, aircraft allocations, labor & track availability, and more, Aerros helps plan within operational constraints and understand the future requirements of any operation.  The demo will show the loadouts functionality, which ensures every stakeholder sees their most critical datapoints, as well as data clusters, which allow for what-ifs beyond a user’s real-world data.

  4. Aerros Demo 3: The Scheduling Experience – Maintenance Planner Workflow:
    This section will give you a glimpse at how Aerros takes the constraints and concepts from the previous sections and enables users to efficiently build detailed long-range plans. The demo will highlight the functions that have driven the most results for the customer base. You will see key daily-workflows and the most utilized Aerros functionalities, including auto-scheduling, loadouts, and aircraft timeline.

  5. Aerros Demo 4: Decision Making – Data Integration with BI Platforms:
    Plans change and reacting should be quick and painless. This section focuses on how Aerros provides decision makers with the data they need to make quantitative decisions both inside the product and within their own BI platforms. This section will focus largely on in-product metrics and how Aerros easily connects to customers’ business intelligence platforms.

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of Flight Operations software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Operations IT Vendors.

For a full list of upcoming Webinars Click Here
For a full list of On-Demand Webinar sessions Click Here

Advanced Aircraft Maintenance Data Management and Analytics with Real-Time Fleet Reliability, Predictive M&E, more Demo Webinar [Auto-Airworthiness Data Management; Aircraft Data Entry into MRO/M&E System; AOG Risk Monitoring; Predictive Maintenance]

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 8th February 2024) to see the latest developments in aircraft maintenance and airworthiness data management and advanced analytics via a demo of EXSYN’s unique data management platform featuring the key applications, NEXUS (data quality management), and AVILYTICS (analytics).  As you will see, the platform provides airlines, operators, MROs, and OEMs with the essential tools, features, dashboards, and reports to effortlessly oversee the airworthiness and maintenance data of each aircraft in the fleet. This ensures that data quality and compliance standards are consistently met while also introducing advanced analytics to drive value from the data to enhance airworthiness compliance management, boost aircraft availability, optimize maintenance costs, and minimize unplanned aircraft downtime through predictive analytics.

Via demos of NEXUS and AVILYTICS, the EXSYN team will guide you through practical use cases.  With NEXUS, you will discover how to easily integrate Entry into Service aircraft data, including aircraft delivery records, into any MRO/M&E system; ensure safety and compliance in airworthiness data management through automatic data validation and heath checks to uphold a consistent standard of data quality, and provide a simplified, continuous view of each aircraft’s airworthiness data within the fleet; plus see how to easily integrate OEM-provided data from AMM’s or IPCs into MRO/M&E software systems. The AVILYTICS demos will illustrate how to drive value from the aircraft data and easily implement advanced analytics. You will see real-time fleet reliability monitoring and the seamless creation of monthly reliability reports. Additionally, explore how the platform can be harnessed to identify data patterns and trends, enabling the construction of AOG Risk profiles for individual aircraft or entire fleets. This proactive approach ensures potential issues, such as component failures, are addressed during scheduled maintenance, preventing costly AOG situations.

The Webinar is divided into the following 4 key sections:

  • Intro to EXSYN; the unique Aircraft Data Quality Management Platform
    During this short introduction, you will gain insight into how this platform has been meticulously crafted to cater to the needs of airlines, operators, MROs, and OEMs on a global scale.
    As you will see platform empowers users with a comprehensive suite of tools and functionalities:

    – Efficiently managing aircraft airworthiness and maintenance data, complete with automatic data validation and health checks to uphold a consistent standard of data quality.
    – Seamlessly facilitating the exchange of data between various systems.
    – Streamlining auto-airworthiness data management for convenience.
    – Simplifying the process of loading Entry into Service aircraft data, including aircraft delivery records, into any MRO/M&E system, among other capabilities.

  • Demo 1 – NEXUS:  Loading Aircraft Data into any MRO/M&E System for Entry to Service
    Following that, EXSYN delve into the essential procedure of seamlessly integrating aircraft data into any MRO/M&E system. The example will focus on the validation and conversion of aircraft delivery records into formats compatible with MRO/M&E software systems using NEXUS. This process streamlines the addition of new aircraft to a fleet, simplifying the entire procedure.

  • Demo 2 – NEXUS: Airworthiness Data Management – Continuous Monitoring of Aircraft Data and OEM data integration
    In this second part of the live demo, EXSYN delves into the importance of continuous monitoring of aircraft data, and the role it plays in ensuring the safety and compliance of the fleet. The demo will explore various functions in NEXUS that can help airlines, operators, and MROs stay on top of this essential task, explore the key elements of airworthiness data management, and demonstrate how to keep aircraft flying safely and efficiently. You will also see how to easily integrate OEM-provided data from AMM’s or IPCs into MRO/M&E software systems

  • Demo 3 – AVILYTICS: Aircraft Reliability Monitoring and Maintenance Analytics
    The third part of the live demo session will look into ways of driving value from aircraft data based on reporting and analytics. You will see how advanced aircraft data analysis can aid in increasing aircraft availability and maximizing the fleet’s uptime. The Demo will delve into various functions of AVILYTICS that help to identify patterns and trends in aircraft maintenance data, and how to use this information to make proactive maintenance decisions. You will see practical strategies for utilizing aircraft data to improve the fleet’s reliability and availability, including building AOG Risk profiles for each aircraft or fleet, as well as building bespoke dashboards and reports. 

Webinar Agenda:

  • Short Introduction to EXSYN Aviation Solutions, its aircraft data quality management platform, and the key applications NEXUS and AVILYTICS.
  • Live software demos based on practical day-to-day use cases from aircraft engineering and maintenance.
  • Onboarding process.
  • Questions and Answers.

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of Flight Operations software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Operations IT Vendors.

For a full list of upcoming Webinars Click Here
For a full list of On-Demand Webinar sessions Click Here

Automated Aviation Data Exchange and Integration Platform for Airlines, MROs, OEMs, and Lessors’ Systems and Apps Demo Webinar [Aviadex.io: Seamless Data Integration for Multiple Systems & Apps; ETL; Airline & MRO Facility M&E Systems; OEM Data Streams]

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 1st February 2024) to see how the latest digital technology is revolutionizing data exchange and collaboration among airlines and operators, lessors, OEMs, MROs, and digital service providers, via an overview and demo of Aviadex.io, the data exchange and integration platform from QOCO. As you will see Aviadex.io is a solution that enables secure, automated data streams between different systems and Apps that had not synced before, eliminating the time, effort, and cost of integrating various IT systems (whatever data format they use) company-wide and with key partners. Following the solution’s processes, QOCO experts will showcase real-world examples of data exchange using Aviadex.io, including: between an airline and OEM for a continuous data stream to power a digital twin; real-time collaboration between airlines and their 3rd party MROs by linking both M&E systems, enabling smoother Work Package transfer; seamless integration with airline’s M&E System to external systems such as ETLs / ELBs and APU counter automation from ACARS data; airline data to lessors for real-time and automated compliance reporting data. You will also see how the solution can receive and deliver data in any required format, validates and quality checks data, flags any issues and puts airlines in control of their data while ensuring confidentiality, integrity, and availability of data for the relevant companies and systems. For digital solution providers, you will see how Aviadex.io can assist to integrate your platform with the customer’s IT ecosystem, validating the data and transforming it into the right format for each end-user using advanced tech such as AI.

The Webinar begins with a look at how Aviadex.io is changing the industry landscape. Firstly, you will see the traditional way of exchanging data where collaborators in the aviation industry shared data manually or through point-to-point integrations, leading to complexity, delays, manual entry work, and human errors. You will also see the problems generated by non-structured data formats such as PDFs and Excel and having to deal with various systems using different data formats. You will see how Aviadex.io overcomes these challenges by automatically cleansing, validating and structuring the data, plus streamlining integration, allowing collaborators to integrate once and choose specific data to share. This not only eliminates manual entry work but also simplifies processes for users.

During the Webinar you will see how Aviadex.io can assist key stakeholders across aviation:

  1. For OEMs: Aviadex.io provides an automated and cleaned, regular data flow from the airline’s systems to the OEM’s back-end system(s), enabling the OEM to maintain an accurate and up-to-date digital model of all its assets. The information can then feed into demand and maintenance forecasting, component overhaul process, R&D, and operational safety. Access to airline data also allows the OEM to serve their airline customers through greatly improved value-adding digital services.

  2. For Airlines: Aviadex.io enables the airline to link its M&E system with other internal or external systems, opening the door to a variety of process improvements, such as eLogbook integration and APU counter automation from ACARS data. Aviadex.io also facilitates real-time collaboration between airlines and their 3rd party MROs by linking both M&E systems, enabling smoother Work Package transfer, completion, and release of aircraft back to service. You will have full granular control over the data being shared to each party.

  3. For Airframe/Engine/Component MROs: Aviadex.io integrates into the MRO’s and its airline customers’ M&E systems. This enables the transfer of the full work package/off-log data from an airline to the MRO at the click of a button, as well as real-time delivery of work completion records and defect reports back to the operator during the maintenance/repair process. The electronic work package import not only reduces manual data entry work but enables linking the data to processes such as resource and material planning.

  4. For Aircraft/Engines Lessors: Aviadex.io integrates into lessors’ ecosystems and airline M&E systems, ensuring automatic transfer of lease compliance reports. This provides greater visibility of assets throughout their lease.

  5. Digital Solution Providers: Aviadex.io integrates your platform with your customers’ ecosystems. This enables a robust, regular feed of quality data, enabling you to provide the full range of services you offer. Aviadex.io can validate the data and transform it into the right format for each end-user system using advanced technology such as AI. The data can be divided to ensure the right data is delivered to each end user.

QOCO experts will then walk you through four use-case examples for Aviadex.io:

  • Aviadex.io Use Case 1 – Exchange of information between an airline and OEM
    See how Aviadex.io enables seamless two-way data exchange between various airline M&E systems and OEM data streams. You will see how the solution can receive and deliver data in any required format, validates and quality checks data, flagging any data quality issues and puts airlines in control of their data while ensuring confidentiality, integrity and availability of data for the relevant companies and systems.

  • Aviadex.io Use Case 2 – Data sharing between airline, OEM and an OEM’s MRO
    Outsourced maintenance poses challenges for ensuring data integrity between the operator and MRO service provider systems. As you will see Aviadex.io makes it possible to keep the two systems in sync by managing the associated data flows throughout the maintenance lifecycle, from tendering to work reports and approval. Seamless integration to both the operator and MRO service provider’s M&E systems ensures that essential data, such as work packages, work completion records and defect reports, are instantly and reliably available for both parties.

  • Aviadex.io Use Case 3 – Airline to MROs Base Check Work Packages
    You will see how Aviadex.io keeps track of differentials to ensure that data is always correctly directed to where it is needed. You will also see how Aviadex.io differentiates between different data sources such as fleet and flight data, scheduled flight records and actual flight records for asset utilization or reconciliation against different sources. You will also be shown the example of an Aircraft overhaul data exchange using Aviadex.io. and how the full work package can be generated by the operator, transferred through Aviadex.io and disseminated into the MRO M&E system in their own format and job cards plus templates and everything, all automatically.

  • Aviadex.io Use Case 4 – Airlines to Lessors Compliance Reporting Data
    Finally, you will see how Aviadex.io reduces the administration burden of leases from the start and reduces the lease return timeline. You will see how Aviadex.io can automatically share technical documents in the lessor’s system into the airline’s M&E system without the need for the technical records team to manually import all of that information to their M&E system. You will be shown how, during the lease, utilization reports such as bulletin/AD reporting and maintenance actions that the airline wishes to undertake can be shared in real-time through Aviadex.io without manual intervention to reduce the administrative burden of leasing for both parties. Also how, at end of a lease, Aviadex.io allows for the faster transfer of the end-of-lease technical information which facilitates a faster end-of-lease process.

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of Flight Operations software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Operations IT Vendors.

For a full list of upcoming Webinars Click Here
For a full list of On-Demand Webinar sessions Click Here

Digital Twin Platform powered by ChatGPT, LLMs for Modelling Aircraft Maintenance Costs, Inventory, Lease Transactions, Modifications Demo Webinar [Digital FinTwin Demo – Remaining Useful Life; Hangar Visit Costs; Task Cards; P2F vs Part Out, more]

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 25th January 2024) to see the latest developments in Digital Twin technology for aviation, powered by Generative AI (ChatGPT, Large Language Models – LLMs, ML), with a demo of Digital FinTwin solution from KeepFlying, designed to provide airlines, lessors, and MROs with the tools needed to generate aircraft, engine, or component specific what-if simulations to model future scenarios. During the Webinar KeepFlying experts will show how their platform easily integrates with existing ERP, MRO/M&E systems and other digital data sources, plus uses LLM technology to extract and ingest crucial information from additional vast maintenance, airworthiness, and operational datasets, even from scattered or poorly formatted data. You will then see Digital FinTwin demos showing use cases for airlines, lessors, and MROs on how this data, can be used to model future scenarios, including increasing maintenance slot profitability, optimizing inventory and spare parts, minimizing aircraft / engine lease redelivery costs, and optimizing hangar and shop visits including task cards; as well as specific aircraft and asset revenue and trading scenarios such as lease extensions, part-outs, and P2F conversions.  You will also see a demo of the new ChatGPT ‘SkyBot’ and how it interprets Airworthiness and Maintenance back to birth records in a matter of minutes to optimize aircraft transitions or assist to evaluate the applicability of any modifications and their commercial impact.

KeepFlying® experts will then demo two Digital FinTwin®solutions. Firstly, you will see the FinTwin® Aircraft or Engine Owner / Lessor Edition which generates scenarios used to maximize the revenue potential for and mitigate potential risks to an Asset over its Remaining Useful Life (RUL). For example, what will happen if maintenance checks are reduced, or the aircraft is flown at a higher thrust rating, or in a more corrosive environment? How will that effect RUL, as well as impact key factors such as LLPs, maintenance reserves, etc. How does this impact redelivery of an Engine given the contractual redelivery conditions that the asset needs to comply with?  You will also see how the solution optimizes inventory and spare part planning and costs. Secondly, you will see the Edition, which allows MRO Facilities to model different hangar and shop visit scenarios, such as variations in work scopes and non-routines, ahead of the arrival of the aircraft, engine or components, predicting scrap rates of components before the Engine comes in to shop in order to plan ahead, maximize profitability and reduce turnaround time.

The webinar is split into six key sections:

  • Overview of KeepFlying® FinTwin® and Airworthiness & Maintenance Data LLM Ready
    First you will see a high-level overview of the Digital FinTwin solutions: the Aircraft or Engine Owner / Lessor Edition, as well as the Edition for MRO Facilities.  You will discover how Aviation Data Science and Explainable AI can augment streams of historic and dynamic data to visualize the revenue potential of aircraft and assets over their Remaining Useful Life (RUL) and simulate asset hangar and Shop visit profitability using discrete optimization models.

    Next you will learn about the latest technologies used to power the KeepFlying Digital FinTwin platform, including Large Language Models (LLMs).  Complex Airworthiness and Maintenance Records have traditionally been interpreted by experienced Aviation professionals to understand the status of an Aircraft, Engine or Component. While human experience can never be replaced, how can the KeepFlying® Aviation tuned Language Models allow Airlines, Lessors and MROs to have their data ecosystem ready to be consumed by LLMs that can offer great ROI across their business functions? How does KeepFlying® tune these LLMs to each Aircraft and Engine type?

  • Demo 1: Managing Aircraft / Engine Transitions & Commercial Impact | Redeliveries
    Airlines spend on an average over US$ 2M in additional costs as part of a narrow-body redelivery. Over 40% of this is accounted for due to unstructured technical records review, interpretation and impact on escalations. How can KeepFlying® platform bring these costs down?

    In this section, you will see how ’wrangled’ data is used as a basis to exchange information using ATA Specifications between Lessors, Operators, MROs, and Supply Chain vendors. How can Airlines and Lessors interpret complex unstructured records to assess the commercial impact as an Aircraft / Engine transition from ’as-is’ to ’to-be-delivered’ statuses.  

    Key features you will see include:

    – ATA Spec2500 User Interface for Records Transfer
    – Transitions Cost Management and Cost-Benefit Analysis
    – Redelivery Management, Risks and Commercial Estimates

  • Demo 2: Engine FinTwin® – Lessor or Engine Owner Edition | Scrap Rate Prediction, Maintenance Economics Forecasting
    Engine PPIs and Trade Due Diligence around records can consume, on average, US$50k per engagement. Interpreting Engine back-to-birth records, especially if the engine has flown across different operators, environments and thrust ratings, is a time-consuming process. How can KeepFlying® bring these costs down and simulate, forecast maintenance economics?

    Next you will see the Engine FinTwin® – Lessor / Aircraft or Engine Owner edition demo focusing on maximizing the revenue potential of an Engine over its Remaining Useful Life (RUL). This edition focuses on tracking residual life of Engines and Components as a factor of projected usage (Utilization, Environment, Severity, Stub Loss) and monitoring projected cashflows as a factor of direct maintenance costs, contracts, LLPs, scraps, and rentals.

    Key features you will see:

    – Consuming PDF Engine Packs automatically
    – Asset Maintenance Value Manager – Full and Half Life
    – LLP Manager
    – Scrap Rates Prediction
    – Maintenance Reserves Manager
    – Shop Visit Forecasts
    – Engine Redelivery Manager

  • Demo 3: FinTwin® – Engine MRO Edition | Work Scope Escalations Predictions, Slot Profitability Forecasting
    Engine MROs achieve an average slot profitability of anywhere between 5-8% (when times are good). Data driven techniques in KeepFlying® can help MROs realize a slot profitability of around 13%, which can translate to over US$250k in bottom line revenue per engine overhaul. How can KeepFlying® add value across Engine MRO functions from Commercial to Engineering across the Shop Floor Gates?

    In this section, you will see the FinTwin® – Engine MRO edition demo focusing on how profitability of Engine Shop Visits Visits can be visualized and maximized prior to Engine arrival in shop using advanced forecasting techniques (configured for each Engine Type) and a Discrete Optimization Planning framework.

    Key features you will see:

    – Engine Shop Visit Simulation
    – Impact of Operational Parameters (TSN, CSN, TSLV, CSLV, Rating, Average Min. Thrust Derate, SFC, EGT Margin) on Man Hours forecasting
    – Shop Visit Cost and Profitability Forecasting
    – Engine Cost Build Up Tracking from Pre-Gate 0 until delivery
    – TAT Risk Management
    – Discrete Optimization Planner
    – Dynamic Capacity Planner
    – Scrap Rate predictions
    – Work Scope Escalations Management

  • Demo 4: FinTwin® – Aircraft Asset Owner Edition | Dynamic Replenishment and Inventory Cost Optimization, Managing AOG Risks
    In an environment of Supply Chain bottlenecks and procurement constraints, Airlines are finding the balance between Inventory Holding and Procurement TATs to dynamically replenish stock as a factor of forecasted demand by fleet and constrained supplies. Tracking SLAs against vendors and ensuring avoidance of AOG risks owing to part unavailability, or avoiding AOG procurement is what helps drive profitability.

    In this section, you will see the FinTwin® – Aircraft Asset Owner Edition that shows how you can:

    – Streamline Inventory Holding and Carry Over costs through Optimized Stocking and Dynamic Replenishment
    – Minimize AOG Risks through optimized repair expediting
    – Derive Vendor Insights through rating functions based on procurement lead time, price, quality, and SLA monitoring through Large Language Models

  • How to deploy KeepFlying® in your Airline, MRO, Lessor Environment and realize ROI in weeks
    As you will see, deploying KeepFlying® is a quick and straightforward process, offering immediate ROI benefits.

    This solution easily integrates with existing ERP, MRO/M&E systems and other digital data sources, enhancing data management and unification. Its advanced data implementation and wrangling capabilities significantly enhance the quality of your maintenance and operational data. By carefully organizing, cleaning, and transforming your data, KeepFlying® ensures that the information you rely on is accurate and reliable.

    Whether in shared or private cloud environments, KeepFlying®’s flexible deployment matches your needs. The intuitive interface, combined with AI/ML-powered simulations for optimizing operations, ensures swift adaptation and impactful results. In just a few weeks, KeepFlying® significantly boosts operational efficiency and decision-making, leading to substantial ROI and improved data reliability.

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of Flight Operations software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Operations IT Vendors.

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Digital Aircraft and Asset Management Platform with Optimized Maintenance Costs, Utilization, Lifecycles and more, Demo Webinar [flydocs Lifecycle Asset Management (LAM) Demo; Lease Returns; Reduce Financial Risk; Predicted Maintenance Reserves/Costs]

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 18th January 2024) and join flydocs as they walk you through their new and innovative cloud-based Lifecycle Asset Management (LAM) solution, designed to provide airlines and operators with real-time insight to and predicted status of their aircraft and assets, both leased and owned, throughout their lifecycle, from phase-in to phase-out and everything in between. During the Webinar you will see how the solution taps into multiple data sources including technical records, M&E System for live utilization, lease agreement, assembly information, lease return conditions and more, to automate and easily manage the end-to-end asset lifecycle, so that airlines can better manage their aircraft and risks as well as help to protect the asset’s value, and remove the need to manage the asset’s lifecycle through tools such as complex spreadsheets and manual record tracking.

During the Webinar flydocs experts will demo the platform showing advanced features from tracking how much life is left in each key component or LLP including costs, to viewing maintenance reserves vs cost exposure so airlines can track if they will be financially exposed at the next major maintenance event., flydocs will also show how the solution helps identify any issues that may come up during the aircraft return at the end of a lease, and lots more. You will also see how the platform enables airlines to model different operating scenarios, such as new routes or aircraft utilization, and predict how those changes will affect maintenance costs, maintenance reserves, parts and component life, financial exposure, issues at delivery, and more. Finally, you will see how the platform can assist airlines to optimize costs, such as ensuring that an airline does not return an old aircraft to the lessor with new parts – for example can the same components or parts, that are closer to redelivery conditions, be swapped from another aircraft in the fleet?

The Webinar is divided into four key sections:

  1. flydocs Products and Company Overview
    The Webinar will begin with a high-level walkthrough of flydocs and its industry-leading digital aircraft maintenance records and asset management solutions, as used by more than 75 airlines, lessors, and MROs, across 7,500 aircraft worldwide. As you will see, flydocs has been managing airlines maintenance and engineering records since 2007, with currently 500m+ live records in the platform.

  2. Lifecyle Asset Management (LAM) Platform Full Product Overview
    Next, flydocs experts will take you on a demo tour of LAM. You will see how the platform provides insight and understanding of an aircraft and asset’s status throughout the lifecycle from phase-in to phase-out and everything in between, providing airlines with the following features, functionality, and benefits:

    Reduce costs with fleet wide predictive data analytics.
    Integrated data sharing between key applications allows for seamless transitions.
    Protect and maximize the value of all assets throughout their lifecycle.
    In real-time, monitor and compare engineering data vs lease conditions, saving time and costs.
    Advanced scenario and forecast modelling to achieve optimal asset utilization.
    Protect asset value by safeguarding against commercial and compliance risks.
    Synchronize technical and commercial data points to enhance operational performance.

  3. LAM Demo 1: Optimizing Asset Management, Lease Returns and Maintenance Costs
    During the demo you will see some specific use cases regarding integrated digital records, maintenance events and how flydocs supports end of lease requirements:

    Technical Link – An innovative capability linking Lifecycle Asset Management with flydocs Digital Records Management modules, where asset owners, operators, and managers can compare contractual terms in real-time with the technical status of the asset.
    Supporting the airline at the end of lease event – the platform identifies any issues, such as documentation issues, if LLPs have expired, dirty fingerprints, etc., that may come up with any of the assemblies, such as landing gear, APU, etc. The airline can therefore easily see what needs to be done ahead of time to return the aircraft to the lessor at minimal cost and on-time. Additionally, the platform shows if the airline is returning valuable assets and components on the aircraft which could be swapped in and out from other aircraft in the fleet.
    Maintenance Event Timelines – A look at historical and combined costs, as well as predicted future costs on all major events. The airline can model different scenarios based on different aircraft operations, before deciding what is best and how to optimize the fleet.


  4. LAM Demo 2: Streamlining Lifecycle Events, Financial Exposure and Maintenance Reserves
    Next you will see how the platform streamlines lifecycle events, manages and highlights financial exposure, and maintenance reserves:

    Maintenance Reserves Claim Management – Get more from maintenance reserves with the ability to easily track the history of all maintenance reserves claims and automatically update the MR fund balance.
    Maintenance Reserves vs Cost Exposure, so that airlines can see if they are exposed financially at certain points during each major maintenance event. Airlines can use the modelling functionality to test operating scenarios to determine the financial exposure.
    – Asset Management Dashboards – increase the availability of assets and streamline lifecycle events by tracking the history of every major component, and empowering teams with real-time data visibility alongside forecasts and scenario modelling to fully optimize the fleet throughout the lifecycle to maintain value.
    – Automate key events and milestones – automate reminders of critical events such as insurance schedules, annual rate escalations and utilization reporting, ensuring optimal conditions are maintained throughout the lifecycle and ensuring that MRO funds are fully tracked and understood.

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of Flight Operations software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Operations IT Vendors.

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NextGen Engine MRO Software with IFS Cloud Demo Webinar [Planner and Engineer Demos: Auto-Generate Work Packages; Pro-Active Repair Suggestions; LLPs; AD’s and SB’s; Real-Time Mobile Remote Collaboration; Gate Methodology, more]

Register to view this on-demand webinar (recorded 14th December 2023) to discover, via a full demo of the IFS Engine MRO solution, how the latest developments in cloud-based Engine MRO management software provide MROs, airlines, and operators with the digital tools, data and real-time functionality needed to control and simplify the end-to-end processes and complexities of an Engine Shop visit.  As you will see, IFS Engine MRO is an industry tailored solution (designed around a gate approach for best practice methodology) that provides end-to-end support from shop visit work scoping to execution to inventory management through to re-delivery and all supporting processes.  During the Webinar IFS Cloud experts will take you on a demo of the solution from the perspective of both a work package planner and shop floor engineer.  You will see how the planner builds an optimum work package utilizing automation and outcome-based simulations to control the release of disassembly and assembly task cards, and manage scope of parts removed from the engine, the list of SBs and ADs to be applied during the shop visit and complex LLPs, plus managing and monitoring customer changes.  Next you will see how the shop floor engineer can utilize the latest mobile technology to collaborate with and share faults in real-time with remote experts; plus, how the solution automates and provides the engineer with data driven answers to key questions such as: should a part repair be carried out in-house or be sent for an external repair? should a part be scrapped? what about LLPs and modifications? You will also see how automated repair-code mapping, built around historical data and OEM manuals, provides engineers with pro-active repair suggestions for previously complex procedures.

The Webinar is divided into 4 key sections:

  1. IFS Products Overview, plus IFS Engine MRO Solution; MRO Industry Challenges
    The Webinar begins with a quick overview of IFS, before a more detailed look at IFS Engine MRO which, as you will see, covers the depth and breadth of the entire MRO process, from the opportunity management to Bidding & Quoting to Executing to Contract, and finally through Release, Invoicing, and Reporting.  You will then learn about industry challenges facing MROs, and specifically labour shortages for qualified technicians. You will see how IFS Engine MRO provides MROs, airlines, and operators with the digital tools, data and functionality needed to control and simplify the end-to-end processes and complexities of an Engine Shop visit, thereby enhancing efficiency and mitigating labour shortages.

  2. IFS Engine MRO Demo 1: Shop Planner – Build a Work Package with Automation
    The first demo you will see showcases how, with planning driven automation and outcome-based simulations, the Planner can build the optimum work packages.  Traditional challenges for planners with setting up an Engine Shop Visit, have included multiple data sources arriving with the engine (Engine IPC, Engine Shop Manual, LLPs, Modifications, etc.), complex LLP removal, what modifications are needed (SB’s and AD’s), plus changes to the work scope from the customer, and tracking and monitoring the changes throughout the shop cycle.  The demo will show how the solution guides the planner through the process, largely automating previously complex decisions such as selecting modifications and life limited parts to be removed which are added to the work order.

  3. IFS Engine MRO Demo 2: Shop Engineer – Auto Repair Mapping & Pro-Active Repair Suggestions
    Next, the demo will move to the shop floor to see how an engineer utilizes advanced functionality, such as pro-active repair suggestions and automated repair-code mapping, to make maintenance execution more efficient.  Traditionally, the engineer has faced complex decisions during the engine disassembly phase which can have impact further down the Engine repair chain, such as should a part repair be carried out in-house or be sent for an external repair? should a part be scrapped? what about LLPs and modifications?

    You will also see how automated repair-code mapping, built around historical data and OEM manuals, provides engineers with pro-active repair suggestions to these questions and how automated work scopes are generated for internal and external repairs, plus how the system auto identifies the modification applicability regarding SBs and ADs and drives compliance.

  4. IFS Engine MRO Demo 3: Shop Engineer – Mobile Remote Collaboration with Experts
    Finally, you will see how engineers can use mobile technology to remotely collaborate with experts from the point of work to further benefit execution, enabling reliable decisions.  Traditionally, the conventional way when an engineer needs guidance is to write down the findings and take pictures to share in an email to the relevant technical services expert.  The expert will then send a reply later or the next day, so the process can take a long time as well as generate human errors.  During the Demo you will see the IFS remote assistance App, and how this can connect the engineer to the technical services expert in real-time.  You will also see how the App shows historical data and calls.

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of Flight Operations software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Operations IT Vendors.

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Electronic Technical Logbook (ETL / ELB) Solution Demo Webinar [Pilot and Maintenance Walkthrough for Typical Flight; Defect Reporting with Deferrals and AOGs; Offline Capabilities; Embedded MELs; Regulatory Approval; Real-Time Fleet Data; more]

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 3rd August 2023) for a full walkthrough demo of the innovative Electronic Technical Logbook (ETL / ELB) solution from TrustFlight, as used by airlines and operators worldwide, with multiple aviation authority approvals, and built using the latest digital technology and UI/UX concepts. During the Webinar, TrustFlight experts will provide a full demo of the solution following a real-world flight with maintenance and pilot workflows. Beginning with maintenance, you will see an aircraft maintenance review with defect rectification, plus defect and work pack management processes for deferrals and AOGs. Next, the flight crew with crew briefing (inc. maintenance and historical flight data review), aircraft walkaround, trip preparation, pre-flight check-lists, report of defects, post-flight workflows, trip closure, and more. You will see how the solution fully replaces the costly and error ridden traditional paper technical logbook and provides advanced features such as: intelligent validation – to catch mistakes before records are completed; real-time fleet status dashboard for a clear and live overview of aircraft maintenance status and utilization; offline capabilities; digital embedded MELs; digital Dent & Buckle reporting; QR code tech; electronic signoffs; and more. You will see how the solution can be seamlessly integrated with all major M&E / MRO and scheduling systems, plus you will learn about the implementation process and how to gain regulatory approval.

The Webinar is divided into three key sections:

  1. TrustFlight Products Overview: ETL/ELB; MEL Manager; SMS & Ops Management System
    The webinar begins, via an introduction to and brief overview of the suite of inter-connected products, with a highlight of the major outcomes and benefits airlines and aviation organizations of all sizes and fleet types, based globally, will gain from using the TrustFlight digital software suite. The solutions you will see include:

    The TrustFlight Tech Log (ETL/ELB) – the main focus of this Webinar.
    Centrik – the SMS and operational management system – for fully integrated, real-time operational management with modules including: risk, safety, compliance, manuals and more.
    TrustFlight MEL Manager – to issue and revise MELs with ease for the entire fleet. Automate the creation, revision and publication of compliant MELs.

    You will then be presented with the main key features surrounding the design and digital architecture of the Tech Log, ensuring that the solution is future proofed and scalable, before finishing with an overview of the existing TrustFlight customer base.

  2. TrustFlight Tech Log Demo Walkthrough for Typical Flight
    Next, you will see a full ETL/ELB walkthrough showcasing the main capabilities and key features of the TrustFlight Tech Log by taking you through a real-life example of a typical flight, beginning with an aircraft maintenance review followed by a crew briefing, trip preparation, trip closure and report of defects. The demo will include the recording of operational data by maintenance personnel carrying out defect rectifications and maintenance procedures at the start of a shift. You will then be presented with the crew briefing procedures including maintenance and historical flight data review, aircraft walkaround, trip preparation, aircraft validation and pre-flight checklists followed by the post-flight workflows and trip closure. The demo will end with the report of defects and presentation of the web dashboard to show analytics (such as the real-time fleet status dashboard for a clear and live overview of aircraft maintenance status and utilization), back-office entry, and settings management.

    The demo will show advanced features and workflow processes including defect and work pack management processes for deferrals and AOGs; intelligent validation – to catch mistakes before records are completed; offline capabilities; digital embedded MELs; digital Dent & Buckle reporting; QR code tech; electronic sign-offs; and more

  3. ETL / ELB Implementation, Regulatory Approval, and Business Benefits, Q&A
    The last section of the Webinar summarises the typical implementation process for the TrustFlight Tech Log, covering requirements for configuration, procedure change, regulatory approval, and deployment of the technology to the full fleet. You will learn why the TrustFlight implementation team is well-placed for assisting with such a digitization project and then see a summary of the main takeaways and business benefits for making a move to the TrustFlight Tech Log sooner, rather than later. You will get the chance to ask questions throughout the webinar and get them answered by the Trustflight team during the final Q&A session.

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of Flight Operations software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Operations IT Vendors.

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Real-Time Fleet Data Monitoring Platform for Predictive Maintenance, On-Ground Fuel Saving, OTP Analysis, and more Demo Webinar

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 9th March 2023) to see a demo and overview of the powerful and industry unique Fleet Data Monitoring Platform from FlightWatching which connects to the aircraft in real-time, querying live parameters without the need for any modification.  As you will see, the solution uses any type of nose-to-tail data sources from the aircraft: ACARS in real-time, or stored data such as QAR, DAR, SAR. During the Webinar you will see demos of solutions that FlightWatching has developed to tap into the data using innovative algorithms and the latest AI / Machine Learning technology, such as predictive maintenance analytics, on-ground fuel saving analysis, and on-time performance analysis.  You will also see how airlines, MROs, and OEMs can take charge of their own data and embed FlightWatching into third party solutions using APIs or build their own analysis dashboards.  The platform operates in a browser so works on all devices, connecting with the FlightWatching server which collects the data and computes algorithms in real-time, providing results and trends to users. The platform is used by over 20 customers worldwide monitoring over 400 aircraft encompassing all types from legacy to the latest modern aircraft.

The Webinar begins with a short overview of the FlightWatching platform, before discussing particular use cases for different customers.  For example, OEMs will be provided with data to better understand failure modes and develop algorithms to identify precursors of hard failures. MROs will be interested in optimizing their repair costs by scheduling removals to reduce BER (Beyond Economic Repair). Airlines will monitor aircraft health at a competitive price, reduce fuel burn on ground and optimize on-time performance.  Additionally for IT companies, they can see how to integrate FlightWatching real-time fleet monitoring data into their own and third partly solutions.

You will then see demos of the platform and the different solutions FlightWatching provides, from initially logging into the platform and seeing the fully customizable dashboards showing alerts from individual aircraft and the status of the rest of the fleet, then drilling down into the data to view an anomaly or view the data from a particular event, to seeing how to establish different levels of data analysis.  From simple alerts to any potential problems, to building custom reports and data answering questions such as: what is my average time to wait for pushback at a particular airport? How long did the aircraft run an APU? How many spare sparts should we store and where? How do the bleed systems behave in harsh conditions? How often does this fault occur? and more.  You will then see demos of the different innovative solutions developed by FlightWatching using AI / Machine Learning real-time analysis and data driven models including: predictive maintenance, on-ground fuel saving analysis, and on-time performance analysis.

The Webinar is divided into six key sections:

  1. An Overview and Demo of FlightWatching Platform Capabilities and Use Cases
    First you will see a quick tour of the platform and the different use cases for airlines, MROs, OEMs and IT companies.  You will learn about the data sets and how the fleet monitoring platform connects in real-time querying live parameters from each aircraft without the need for any modifications.  You will see an initiallogin to the platform and the fully customizable dashboards showing alerts from individual aircraft and the rest of the fleet whether in-flight or on the ground. Via an APU demo, you can see alerts and trends and drill down further into the data to see specific events (such as an ACARS message) to explain an anomaly in the data.  You can then further drill down into the ACARS message and generate a dashboard to show the aircraft data at that exact moment.

  2. Data Analytics: From Trends to AI / Machine Learning
    This is the more technical portion of the Webinar. It will describe how FlightWatching strategically tackles complexity within data management. Each problem has its own solution whether it be using a statistical, mathematical or machine learning approach. You will see how this approach allows users to set up different levels of data management, from simple alerts to potential problems or anomalies, to building statistical reports and dashboards to answer key operational queries and analyze over time, to using innovative AI / Machine Learning real-time analysis and data driven models.

  3. Platform Demo: Predictive Maintenance with a B787 APU
    Next the demo will deep dive into the backbone of the tool taking a B787 APU use case. The demo will allow you to understand how far users can get into data exploration, customization and how it converts into value. In this part, you’ll see how the intelligence of the platform brings values to stretch equipment dispatch reliability, improve time on wing and reduce maintenance costs. You will see how engineers are alerted to potential problems before they lead to an AOG, and how the data can advise when the component should be removed and repaired or replaced during scheduled maintenance.

  4. Platform Demo: On-Ground Fuel Saving Solutions – APU and Single-Engine Taxi
    Next you will see how real time connectivity to the Aircraft also opens huge opportunities to save fuel. This section will provide insights on the latest innovative approach to detect APU over usage in order to reduce fuel burn and carbon emissions on the ground, as well as optimum single-engine taxi use.  You will see how the platform shows abnormal usage of APU and engines on the ground, leading to savings of up to US $ 200,000 per aircraft per year and over 600 tons of C02. Alerts are auto-generated with overuse of APU.  Additionally, the platform shows the most used airports for Single-Engine Taxi and uses historical data to suggest alternative power sources to the APU to heat or cool the cabin.  Dashboards are generated to easily show the results, the overuse and potential savings. Similar dashboards are generated to show the difference between single engine taxi and dual engine taxi out and the savings that could be generated.

  5. Platform Demo: On-Time Performance Analysis
    You will see how the platform analyses On-Time Performance, so that airlines can see where they are wasting time during their arrivals / turnarounds.  The system is connected in real-time to the aircraft so FlightWatching can monitor in detail what is happening to the aircraft on arrival and departure for each aircraft. Key KPIs can be generated for turnarounds; so, for example, how much time are you taking to open the door on arrival? how much time for cargo loading? how much time for fuel loading? etc.  Airlines can see exactly where they are losing time and adjust accordingly as well as monitor key aircraft systems in real-time such as tire pressures which could lead to an OAG during turnaround.

  6. How Legacy Aircraft are On-Boarded to the platform
    Finally you will see how legacy aircraft (A300, B767, etc.) with less sophisticated data feeds are on-boarded into the platform.  As you will see this is performed whilst the aircraft is flying, successfully using the aircraft’s avionic boxes and systems such as the hydraulic system, engine systems and more.

About the Aircraft IT Webinar Series:

Every 2 weeks the Aircraft IT website hosts a different live Webinar, each Webinar hosted by a different IT Vendor. These sessions represent the perfect opportunity to learn about a software solution in a more informal manner and to quickly gain an in-depth knowledge of all the major systems on the market, all from the comfort of your own office or home with no sales pressure.

The IT vendor provides a live software demonstration/masterclass of their solution and explains how it can benefit airlines, MROs, Operators, OEMs, Leasing Companies. Once logged on, online delegates can ask questions via the interactive sections of the Webinar or simply sit back and watch and listen to the demonstration. There are two sessions during the day, each differently times to accommodate all time zones.

Each Webinar session is recorded, and an On-Demand version is then posted back to the Aircraft IT website a few days after the live session to allow you to view the content again with your colleagues. The library of On-Demand Webinar recordings provides an invaluable reference source of Flight Operations software demonstrations from the World’s leading Flight Operations IT Vendors.

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