Exhibit Hall Spotlight: Operational Systems and Support
TraxM provides mobile access to customized capabilities. The platform allows workers to wirelessly manage aircraft from mobile devices and access on-the-spot information. Employees are able to perform real-time operations from mobile platforms.
Panasonic offers materials management capabilities to ensure an airline achieves its desired level of inflight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC) availability.
Rockwell Collins’ dispatch 100 global asset management program allows customers to select options to meet operational requirements. The service centers on keeping systems on wing and performing their mission. The program supports more than 6,000 aircraft worldwide with an inventory network to provide prompt return to service anywhere in the world.
BAE Systems’ aftermarket service and support covers many platforms throughout the program life cycle. Commercial aircraft flying with BAE’s aircraft electronics include Boeing and Airbus airliners, regional and business aircraft by Bombardier and Embraer, and Sikorsky helicopters. BAE Systems provides spares and asset management as well as maintenance, repair and overhaul for a variety of aircraft electronics, including engine controls, flight controls, flight deck systems, electrical distribution systems, airframe systems and controls and monitoring, cabin systems, detection and alerting systems, data distribution and test equipment and technical service.
Dukane Seacom, a Heico company, offers a 90-day underwater locator beacon (ULB) certified by both the FAA and European Aviation Safety Agency and which has TSO/ETSO-C121b authorization. The Dukane Seacom ULB has a seven-year battery replacement cycle, and its extended battery life aligns the product with both recorder and aircraft maintenance cycles. An exchange program is being offered for airlines that would like to convert from 30-day beacons through Dukane Seacom's distribution partner, Seal Dynamics, also a Heico company.
The Hydro MLGT52 from Hydro Systems is used for the removal, installation and transportation of the single-axle main landing gear without brake and wheels. The vertical movement is electrical; all other movements are hand-operated through spindle adjustment. During the whole procedure, the landing gear is secured by an adapter to enhance operational safety. EASA-certified by Lufthansa Technik AG, the MLGT52 offers removal and installation procedures for Airbus A319, A320 and A321 aircraft. A universal main landing gear trolley will soon be available for the removal, installation and transportation of both A320 and Boeing 737-family main landing gears.
Designed by the Dedienne Aerospace engineering department, the shipping stand Leap-1B is optimized to carry out the Boeing 737 MAX engine by road and airfreight. The stand features a low weight of 2,350 kg, compared to the 3,490 kg of the engine.
GMI Aero Anita EZ09 dual zone hot bonder features a touchscreen interface and intuitive control software. The software allows programming of simple and elaborated cycles with interactive selection of temperature control modes. It includes several adaptive process control functions that are accessible during the curing cycle together with automatic quality report generation.
A selection of operational systems and support featured at Aviation Week's MRO Middle East event.