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Aircraft Service LifecycleNext Generation MobilityDOD Maintenance Symposium - November 13, 2012
Trends: Mobility is a necessity   Eighty-eight percent of respondents in a    2012 industry survey said aviation    servic...
Trends: Mobility is eEnabled Aircraft                 InfoTrust Group Confidential
Trends: Mobility is fuel efficient = eFB                 InfoTrust Group Confidential
Trends: Mobility is labor efficient = eTL                 InfoTrust Group Confidential
Trends: Mobility is real time = eSignature                 InfoTrust Group Confidential
Trends: Mobility is augmented reality                InfoTrust Group Confidential
Trends: MRO is NetCentric Biz NetworksMick Adams, Managing Director of Monarch Aircraft Engineering Limited (MAEL), sugges...
Trends: Total Lifecycle ManagementFunctional Configuration Management (CMF)   is the tracking, analysis and management   o...
Trends: Lifecycle Industry StandardsOEM’s are driving IT standards evolution& compliance maturation in order toenable Prod...
Trends: Lifecycle Content ManagementOnly XML Schemas (notSGML or XML DTDs),enable both “Human”AND “Technology”            ...
Trends: Profitable Airlines & MROs         XML XSD based  Service Lifecycle Management       capabilities enabling    “hum...
Michael Wm. DenisMichael Wm. Denis, Vice President, Customer Engagement, and leads corporate strategy,customer engagement ...
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Aircraft Service Lifecycle Mobility

  1. 1. Aircraft Service LifecycleNext Generation MobilityDOD Maintenance Symposium - November 13, 2012
  2. 2. Trends: Mobility is a necessity Eighty-eight percent of respondents in a 2012 industry survey said aviation service lifecycle workers were iWorkers and mobile computing was no longer a desire but a real value added need.iWorkers use at least 3 devices in 3 or more locations using 5 or more applicationsaccording to Simon Yates, Vice-President and Principal Analyst at Forrester Research InfoTrust Group Confidential
  3. 3. Trends: Mobility is eEnabled Aircraft InfoTrust Group Confidential
  4. 4. Trends: Mobility is fuel efficient = eFB InfoTrust Group Confidential
  5. 5. Trends: Mobility is labor efficient = eTL InfoTrust Group Confidential
  6. 6. Trends: Mobility is real time = eSignature InfoTrust Group Confidential
  7. 7. Trends: Mobility is augmented reality InfoTrust Group Confidential
  8. 8. Trends: MRO is NetCentric Biz NetworksMick Adams, Managing Director of Monarch Aircraft Engineering Limited (MAEL), suggested that by2016 the only activity left for an [independent] MRO, apart from the hands-on work, could be a shareof the integrated operations control within the airline. Planning and supply would be controlled by theOEMs. By 2041, there could be just a small select group of what he called OEMROs, the airlines havinghanded over all responsibility to other providers. OEMRO Business Networks Enabled by IT Networks Source: MRO Management Magazine, March 2012 InfoTrust Group Confidential
  9. 9. Trends: Total Lifecycle ManagementFunctional Configuration Management (CMF) is the tracking, analysis and management of the functional design and operating Product / OEM View PLM performance parameters of an asset, via Effectivity Cut-In of assembly or component. There is a Logical “as-designed” (FL) and Physical “as- operated” (FP) version. SL SLMStructural Configuration Management (CMS) is the tracking, analysis and management of the structural piece of an assets Bill of Material (BOM, EBOM, MBOM). There is a Design/Plan Scheduled Logical “as-allowed” (SL) structure and changes in FL SP & accounted Physical “as-maintained” (SP) version. for inEffectivity (E) is the dimension that tracks and schedules changes in one or more of the previous two dimensions CMF or CMS in accordance with a specific derivative. FP Change derivatives can include: (EO/EAs, Airworthiness Directives (AD), Service in response to Bulletins (SB), calendar time, operating analysis of time, cycles, environment or events (e.g., lightening/EM radiation, bird strike, hard Service / Operator View L = Logical; F = Functional and S = Structural landing …). P = Physical; F = Functional and S = Structural InfoTrust Group Confidential
  10. 10. Trends: Lifecycle Industry StandardsOEM’s are driving IT standards evolution& compliance maturation in order toenable Product to Service Lifecycleintegration and condition feedback.Performance Based Logistics (PBL),Power By the Hour (PBH), Cost Per FlightHour (CPFH) contracting and Total Care/ GoldCare require business to businessinteroperability – thus data standardscompliance and interoperability acrossthe PLM/SLM ecosystem.New generation aircraft and enginesuse dynamic maintenance packaging,diagnostics, prognostics, autonomiclogistics and total lifecycle assetmanagement through advancedinformation technologies.The industry challenge is legacy MRO ITsystems that don’t functionally supportmulti-dimensional configurationmanagement, therefore don’t supportdynamic packaging & scheduling, anddon’t support integrated electronictechnical content management due tofunctionality & industry standards gaps. InfoTrust Group Confidential
  11. 11. Trends: Lifecycle Content ManagementOnly XML Schemas (notSGML or XML DTDs),enable both “Human”AND “Technology” CAM Spec Build Specconsumption of content CAD / CAE TC / STC(IT interoperability)across the asset COAlifecycle ecosystem. Design Manufacture CMFL CMSL PLM SB / SIL Tech Manual AHM / Reliability Design Spec SLM Aircraft Records Lease Return CMFP CMSP AD / AC COC Tech Manual FCOM / QRH / MEL Maintain Operate 8130 / Form 1 Non-Routine Routine MPD / CAMP Lease Contracts Task Cards Task Cards & Maintenance Visit Engineering Contracts Packages Orders ARC COC IPC InfoTrust Group Confidential ATL / CDL
  12. 12. Trends: Profitable Airlines & MROs XML XSD based Service Lifecycle Management capabilities enabling “human and technology” consumption of content via eManauals, eTaskCards, eTechLogs, eFlightBags & eSignatures InfoTrust Group Confidential
  13. 13. Michael Wm. DenisMichael Wm. Denis, Vice President, Customer Engagement, and leads corporate strategy,customer engagement and consulting services.Denis is a 24 year veteran of the aviation, aerospace and defense industries. He has heldnumerous positions of responsibility across diverse functions including corporate strategy,market analysis, scenario planning, mergers and acquisitions, IT, performance metrics andprocess reengineering.His technology experience includes engineering, maintenance and supply chainmanagement, autonomics and aircraft health management, flight operations systems andenterprise resource planning. Most recently, he has focused on software-as-a-service Client(SaaS) and business process outsourcing (BPO) models that optimize the profitability of Experience:capital intensive, cash flow sensitive services. American Airlines,Denis is an established global thought leader in the area of aircraft lifecycle sustainment. American Eagle, Bristow Group, DeltaHe has published multiple articles on aligning business strategy to operations execution TechOps, Egyptairthrough enabling information technologies and is frequently called upon to present at M&E, FedEx JetBlue,aviation industry conferences. Lockheed Martin Aeronautics, OfficePrior to joining InfoTrust Group, Denis was a principal at several aviation consultancies, a of the Secretary ofFortune 100 consultancy and a veteran of the U.S. Navy, where he served as a gas turbines Defense, Singaporeengineer. SIAEC, Southwest Airlines, SouthDenis holds a bachelors Nuclear Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and African Airways,a masters Decision Science from the J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State Thales, US Airways,University. USAF, USN, NAVAIR, US Army MaterielA native of Houston, Texas, Michael currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia with his wife CommandJackie. mdenis@InfoTrustGroup.com @AvWikinomics http://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelwdenis InfoTrust Group Confidential

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