ATP Adds SMA Engines Digital Technical Publications to its Library

All SMA technical libraries from ATP will be available via the ATP Aviation Hub Online Service with upcoming iPad access, as well as the NavigatorV Desktop Platform.


Brisbane, CA – July 30, 2012 – ATP®, a leading provider of safety and compliance information to the global aviation industry, announced today a new exclusive partnership with Société de Motorisations Aéronautiques (SMA) to provide single-source, digital technical publication services for SMA Engines to ATP® customers. All SMA technical libraries from ATP will be available via the ATP® Aviation Hub Online Service with upcoming iPad access, as well as the NavigatorV™ Desktop Platform.

This exclusive partnership will continue to allow ATP® customers to benefit from a single source solution which can include airframe, engine, propeller and regulatory libraries in a simple, easy to use system. Customers can choose to access these digital libraries with the ATP® Aviation Hub Online Service, which is a powerful new application framework delivering the only cloud-based, single source solution for aviation knowledge services. With the ATP® Aviation Hub Online Service, all updates and revisions are automatically incorporated into SMA libraries on a daily basis.

“Obtaining regulatory and maintenance information from a single source with cloud-based library management technology reduces operating costs and enhances safety,” said Rich Marino, President of ATP. “This exclusive agreement with SMA is another important example of ATP’s ongoing commitment to supporting the compliance and safety efforts of aviation operations through improved access to critical information.”

Adds Frederic Levard, SMA Director of Customer Support, “ATP has set the standard for delivery of digital technical publications. The addition of SMA technical publications to ATP’s libraries ensures that our dealers and customers around the world will have easy access to accurate and current technical data for SMA engines.”

SMA (Société de Motorisations Aéronautiques). This subsidiary of Snecma (Safran group) develops, manufactures and markets a new type of aeronautical piston engine designed for general aviation. Its compression ignition technology, using standard fuel (Jet A/A1), is designed to satisfy the current and future expectations of this market

ATP (www.atp.com), a global knowledge services company, provides safety and compliance information for the aviation market. Backed by 35+ years of experience, ATP solutions combine innovative technology, industry expertise, and expedited information access and reporting. The company’s comprehensive content services and software applications deliver vital knowledge to support the mission critical requirements of manufacturers, mechanics, schools, governments, operators and carriers worldwide.

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