Airlines must maintain focus on controlling costs in a highly regulated environment. Technical information can play a major part in reducing maintenance costs and increasing aircraft availability through maintenance efficiency.
Make a difference in your operating bottom line by providing comprehensive electrical information and prioritized diagnosis procedures to reduce the ground time of aircraft; thereby increasing time the aircraft can be utilized to generate revenue. This webinar will explore the ways in which Siemens Digital Industries Software can help deliver these benefits to aircraft manufacturers and maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) operations.
In this webinar, discover the impact technical information has on maintenance efficiency increasing ‘Right First Time’ repair processing. We’ll demonstrate how to:
When you transform your service/maintenance output you gain the control to minimize risk and take a step closer to maintenance efficiency.
Ensure maintenance, repair and operational (MRO) efficiency is possible with customizable digital solutions which enable company-specific publication process definition and ecosystem integration. All integrations help minimize the impacts felt by the MRO on book time, tech training and service hardware.
MRO digital transformation delivers efficiency with a customizable solution. Having all the data is just what is needed, but it’s important for digital solutions to be service hardware agnostic. Explore benefits of providing tailored, connected and focused content to consumers on any service hardware platform from iPad to bespoke.
This webinar for is targeted toward OEMs, specifically if you are in the after-sales environment. The focus on aerospace technical documentation and E/E systems will benefit:
Dave Reeves is our documentation and diagnostics senior product manager for the Integrated Electrical Systems (IES) segment of Siemens Digital Industries Software. Dave joined IES in June 2020, coming from the automotive industry. He has more than 30 years of experience in the engineering and aftersales environments within Rover, Land Rover and, for the last 14 years, at Bentley Motors.
Leading several departments over the years, Dave has delivered new technical publication authoring systems. He introduced a new way to deal with customer technical product complaints from the field – bringing clarity to customer focus and prioritizing a ‘customer promise’ philosophy – and managed the aftersales strategy for electrification/digital readiness for the new direction of the automotive industry.
Documentation and Diagnostics Senior Product Manager, IES