Documents, forms and records drive aircraft maintenance by highlighting required inspections and repairs and ensuring these actions are met. Originally, all documents were paper; now many paper maintenance records are scanned into PDFs for management in systems such as AirVault, Stream and FLYdocs. The next logical step is use of electronic documents from the start and validating authenticity with electronic signatures. Aircraft aftermarkets are somewhere between the second and third steps, ...

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