ATP, attend recently the ATA e-Business & S1000D User Forum in Amsterdam. This educational forum is the most comprehensive event dedicated to information exchange standards and technologies in the global aerospace industry and is a great space to learn more about the information exchange standards that support engineering, maintenance, material and flight operations.
What Is ATA e-Biz & S1000D User Forum?
This educational forum provided a high-level overview of the ATA e-Business Program and S1000D User Forum, and of the many specifications and industry initiatives underway that will facilitate effective and efficient information sharing between trading partners. In addition to learning about the industry’s most widely accepted e-business specifications, we learned how the industry has attributed significant savings and operational efficiencies to the use of these global specifications.
ATP Demonstrates SpotLight® Software Solution
Steve Downie, ATP’s VP of International and Strategic Accounts, participated at this forum that united its 118-member companies, 33 countries and more than 800 individual active participants in one vision: to drive value through effective information sharing.
At the Conference, Steve Downie was pleased to demonstrate our SpotLight® software solution that supports these standards and is focused on the creation and delivery of diagnostic support systems for new engine and aircraft programs. Among others, ATP’s diagnostic database for Gulfstream G500/G600 is based on S1000D content, and is capable of fully compliant S1000D export for publications. Also, ATP’s fully digital and tablet-ready SpotLight system will be entirely replacing conventional fault isolation manuals for Pratt and Whitney’s PurePower PW814GA/PW815GA engine series, while also capable of generating S1000D-compliant content for publications.
At this forum, ATP was delighted to have the opportunity to engage in preliminary discussions on the emerging standard S5000F relating to Reliability and Closing the Loop between performance of equipment in the field and In-Service and Design Engineers.