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    Henry Canaday, Washington

    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.

    “Under design for the last six years, the latest release of WinAir includes a re-designed user interface, full web-browser integration, accessibility on all major platforms and operating systems, including smart devices, and a new queue-based enhancement for task, job and duty management,” explains business development manager Tristan Pawluch.

    He argues that WinAir data validation is a very important enhancement.

    “Planning and tracking of maintenance programs are only as good as the data being used. Ensuring validity of the data in a precise, easy-to-use interface is where WinAir excels.”

    Pawluch says WinAir is suited for any mid- to large-size airline, as well as MROs that provide continuous airworthiness, MROs that do not manage airworthiness and organizations that specialize in airworthiness.

    For mobility, the newest WinAir is fully optimized for a variety of operating systems, including those on all smart devices. Whether at a desk, on the hangar floor or connecting remotely, users can access all data and execute maintenance.

    Pawluch notes that WinAir is used by hundreds of clients worldwide for procedure management and fleet tracking.

     

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