Fleet Management is the heart of the ENVISION solution, where users can efficiently manage the continued airworthiness of their aircraft. The module’s functionality is specifically designed to meet even the most stringent of regulatory requirements whilst maximising operational availability and effectiveness.

Aviation regulations require that an operator must record a complete history of all maintenance and overhaul records of an aircraft/component and Fleet Management provides a compliant and easy-to-use platform on which to do this.

Fleet Management‘s sub-modules can be found below…

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Model Configuration covers all aspects of maintaining the master allowable configuration for a particular aircraft type, from the airframe, through complex major assemblies, down to individual components and even software. The module maintains part applicability and interchangeability rules, defines life tracking codes and life penalties, and allows for the setting of mandatory or non-mandatory flags associated to specific role configurations.

Maintenance Program supports all aspects of managing a maintenance program for a specific aircraft model and fleet. Individual maintenance tasks associated with a program can be defined and setup with the relevant applicability, life information (including thresholds) and intervals. Complex life rules can also be defined using our powerful rule builder. The maintenance task and program revision process is supported with comparison tools which allow a user to easily identify and assess changes before they are implemented.

Information which supports the effective planning of scheduled maintenance can be defined beneath the program at task level, this includes a variety of task control attributes and data that will facilitate the effective execution of tasks. ENVISION also supports the concept of grouping of maintenance tasks for the purpose of planning.

Aircraft Serviceability provides aircraft serviceability and status information at a fleet level via the Fleet Serviceability Status dashboard and Operational Status Enquiry screen, down to individual aircraft status via the Aircraft Enquiry function. From here, the user can easily access all pertinent information associated with that aircraft, including the current serviceability, current physical configuration, recent journeys/technical logs, defects, structural damage records, maintenance task status and AD/SB/EO status. The Aircraft Enquiry does not just provide information, but the user can access a wide range of transactions from within this function.

Maintenance Forecasting offers ENVISION users a powerful tool for forecasting and planning maintenance tasks. A range of forecast scenarios can be used to support what-if scenarios that are affected by changes in future utilisation. The forecast will dynamically calculate due dates and from the results, the user can easily add maintenance tasks to work orders for execution.

Forecasts can be generated by a range of criteria including but not limited to:

  • Fleet
  • Aircraft or Serial Number
  • Component Model or Part Number
  • Maintenance Task Group
  • Maintenance Task

OEM Data supports the integration of OEM Maintenance Data (supplied in digital format) into ENVISION making it available to end users. Examples include Maintenance Planning Documents (MPDs) which facilitate the creation and revision of Operator Maintenance Programmes, as well as Aircraft Maintenance Manuals which can be used to produce and edit full procedure Maintenance Task Cards.

Technical Library supports the process for managing the receipt, assessment and distribution of internal and external technical publications such as Engineering Orders, Airworthiness Directives, Service Bulletins, Service Letters and Maintenance Manuals. Documents receipts can be recorded, revisions maintained and notifications to the organisation automated.

The assessment of ADs and SBs are effectively and efficiently controlled, including the association with Engineering Orders for planning and execution of requirements. Where documents are not applicable, the associated reasons can be recorded. Where applicable, complex applicability and compliance rules can be supported, along with alternate means of compliance.

Dent and Buckle allows the operator to record and maintain details of any structural damage on an aircraft or component. Mapping of damage can easily be recorded and links to repetitive inspections created and maintained.

Reliability tracks all aspects of aircraft and component reliability. Alert rates can be defined by a range of criteria such as defect alert rates, component removal rates and more.

A range of reliability dashboards show data in graphical formats including:

  • Defect analysis
  • Component removal rates
  • Delays
  • PIREP analysis
  • NRC analysis
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