MROHistorian for MRO providers and OEMs: Operational Intelligence for Data-Driven Aerospace Asset Management
For decades, aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) has been heavily dependent on manual, paper-based processes, making it a highly time-consuming, costly and human error-prone process. Inefficiencies related to the decentralized nature of documentation and paperwork often results in suboptimal turnaround times, inefficient utilization of human resources, compromised regulatory compliance and eventually, loss of revenue. According to Deloitte, in most airlines and MRO companies 50% of the mechanics’ time is non-productive – spent on activities like manual processing of paper work and tracing back documentation.
Reduce costs and inefficient manual processes
Streamlined digitized aerospace asset management requires fewer man-hours for hunting down handwritten part histories, sorting for most recent test results, or locating an asset’s compliance status.
Optimize maintenance turnaround times
Technical personnel can access digital information about aircraft parts, such as manufacturing history, maintenance activity records, specifications, images of parts and components, eliminating extended tracking processes and shortening turnaround times.
Extend the life of aerospace equipment
By embedding digitized manufacturing and MRO history on the aircraft part, everyone in the aerospace supply chain can have controlled access to actionable insights to maintain and optimize the value and life of the assets.
Improve regulatory compliance
Compliance documents are digitally stored on the asset, which makes them accessible at any time.
Maintain quality and safety of airline parts
Visibility into the aircrafts’ lifecycle and maintenance status for enhanced quality and passenger safety.