Aviation Maintenance and Engineering is Changing…
The global fleet is forecast to grow by between 3% and 5% annually. This means that within just 10 years, the number of aircraft will have increased by half.
The expectations of airlines will increase and they will demand greater aircraft availability and regulators will require ongoing compliance. Legacy systems or in-house solutions may not be fit-for-purpose to manage this growth and the cost of maintaining these systems may be cost prohibitive.
As a society we are increasingly reliant on technology, devices and automation to help us with our day-to-day lives, but can this technology help aviation maintenance and engineering teams within airlines and MROs cope with the increased demand from their stakeholders?
- The reasons why airline and MRO maintenance and engineering teams are exploring data automation
- The benefits of data automation
- The key ingredients required to support an automated environment
- How Rusada’s best-in-class technology can facilitate the move towards a more automated environment
Date: Recorded on 18th January 2018