IFS says it is targeting further growth in the aviation maintenance software segment after its acquisition of Canadian MRO software specialist Mxi Technologies last week.
Av-Base plans to further develop and streamline data validation enhancements to its WinAir MRO software in 2017. This year, AV-Base released its newest version of WinAir, reflecting years of research and development.
IFS has increased its MRO footprint by acquiring Canadian maintenance software specialist Mxi Technologies.
Jetstar Asia has agreed a 10-year contract to use FLYdocs’ data and records management software.
Conventional maintenance IT systems do not analyze Big Data, but they must be prepared to support and exploit this analysis. This means maintenance IT must be mobile for two reasons. First, analysts will need data from every touchpoint, including line work. The only way to get this data without imposing additional burdens on techs is to let them enter it once, on their mobile devices.
Japanese carrier All Nippon Airways (ANA) has entered into a contract with GE Aviation to receive its flight analytics solution.
Finnair and IBM have agreed to use iOS enterprise apps from IBM to support the airline's digital transformation.
Wizz Air recently chose Flydocs software for its data and records solution. One advantage was that Flydocs has advanced interfaces with Swiss-AS’s AMOS MRO software, which Wizz Air also uses.
FLYdocs has signed a long-term agreement with Hungarian low-cost carrier Wizz Air to provide its advanced aviation data and records management platform.
Teledyne Controls and GE Aviation signed a strategic partnership that should simplify the flow of flight data off aircraft and expand its value through GE’s cloud-based platform that can extract deeper value.