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tlmNexus launches new service with Defence Equipment & Support

Posted 22 August 2019 · Add Comment

tlmNexus, which works with Defence Equipment & Support (DE&S), has developed a secure web-based solution called Damage and Repair Tracker (DaRT).

 

DaRT enables an entire system’s damage and repair instances to be recorded and tracked by multiple users.  This includes tracking associated removable parts across the fleet.

Being former RAF engineers, members of the tlmNexus team appreciate the requirement for the precise nature of technical records involved in managing safety and airworthiness throughout the life of an aircraft.  By discussing the client’s requirements, the team identified a method of tracking to visualise the precise location of any damage and repairs which occur over a period of time. 

A key feature of the DaRT system is that it enables maintenance and support personnel to visualise parts of an aircraft and identify instances of damage and repairs that occur in specific areas. 

By providing a visual representation of the issues, DaRT allows the user to assess and manage risk by collaborating securely online with other specialists.  The benefits of DaRT include potentially reduced maintenance costs, improved safety through identifying areas of concern on an individual aircraft as well as across the fleet, and influencing improvement in future designs.

Phil White, head of business relationships at tlmNexus said: “Maintaining a fleet of aircraft is a complex process.  We have been working with DE&S over a period of time, to provide a solution.  It has been a rewarding and collaborative exercise and we are excited about the future innovation and application of this service.”

The DaRT solution can be applied to a wide range of equipment across the MOD as well as to international defence organisations and to equipment in civilian environments.

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