Brisbane, Calif., January 27, 2014 -- ATP, the leading information services provider for the aircraft maintenance industry, today introduced ATP® Maintenance, an information service providing a rich set of tracking and forecasting functions that are fully integrated with the manufacturer technical publications, global regulations, parts ordering and inventory management in the ATP Aviation Hub™ Cloud Application.
“ATP worked in close collaboration with our global customer base and the industry’s leading manufacturers to bring the worldwide aviation industry a more affordable and easier to use maintenance information tracking service that leverages ATP’s extensive technical library services,” said Jeff Seiler, ATP’s Director of Product Management. “The ATP® Maintenance service combines advanced maintenance event tracking and forecasting with actual manufacturer publications, scheduled inspection instructions, and regulatory agency requirements. This complete information access reduces risk, supports safety and compliance, and protects the value of the aircraft.”
ATP® Maintenance can track an unlimited number of events and components for one aircraft or an entire fleet. Current aircraft times are used to forecast scheduled maintenance and create a comprehensive maintenance due list for aircraft components. Additionally, ATP® Maintenance provides insight on task assignments, maintenance history reports, tracking of installed and uninstalled parts, part warranty information, and return to service statements.
Each aircraft license in ATP® Maintenance is linked to the subscriber’s maintenance library information to build a complete list of Airworthiness Directives (ADs), Service Bulletins (SBs), and maintenance events for tracking and forecasting required maintenance.
ATP® Maintenance supports Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Required Item Inspection (RII) program specifications. This includes the ability to assign tasks to individual technicians, and enables digital sign-off by both individual technicians and inspectors, as well as inspector rejection of tasks that require additional attention.
Technicians and inspectors can receive email notifications regarding the status of maintenance tasks. Managers have the ability to limit user access to features and information to insure users only have access to what they need to complete their tasks.
ATP® Maintenance also supports the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) requirements for Continued Airworthiness Maintenance Organizations (CAMO). EASA regulations and airworthiness directives are available for CAMO compliance.
ATP® Maintenance is accessed through the award winning ATP Aviation Hub™ Cloud Application, the flagship service of the ATP Knowledge™ Information Services Platform. The ATP Knowledge™ Platform’s industry firsts include ATP® Maintenance, the HubConnect™ App for iPad®, ATP® Parts, ATP® Libraries, Customer and Asset Management, Community, and electronic Pilot Operating Handbook (ePOH) Libraries.
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