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In the aerospace sector, it is vital to have the ability to drill down into aircraft data to iron out the issues faced everyday by maintenance and facility managers. Despite the critical importance of aircraft maintenance data, it is often fraught with the challenges of human induced errors, redundant entries, and the dearth of credibility. With the intent to rid the complexity and vulnerability from aircraft maintenance data, EXSYN’s solutions platform focuses on data processing, analytics, and management—to handle an airline’s entire fleet data. The company explores the synergy between aviation and technology to deliver reliable, simple, and user-friendly solutions for improved competitiveness, efficiency, and sustainability. “Our out-of-the-box solutions harness the strength of big data to enable better use of flight & maintenance data and analytics,” says Sander de Bree, CEO, EXSYN.
EXSYN’s Avilytics visualizes an airline’s maintenance performance by leveraging insightful inputs from aircraft reliability management data and organizational performance analysis. The analytics tool focuses on the individual areas of an airline such as operations, planning, logistics, safety, and finance to indicate inaccuracies, exploit revenues, and improve operational efficacy. These real-time, lucid insights help the airlines take rapid decisions and ensure safety standard compliance. “Avilytics weaves together valuable information from an airline’s maintenance and engineering department to deliver meaningful results.”
EXSYN, as a recognized specialist in the aerospace landscape, also offers a solution to seamlessly manage the migration of airline and airworthiness data. “Today, the aerospace sector collects enormous volumes of data to monitor maintenance, compliance, and airworthiness,” states de Bree. EXSYN makes this job easier by providing TITAN to extract, manage, and load the data effortlessly into any maintenance and engineering system. TITAN’s robust technical framework organizes the entire data in a logically structured and secured format.
Avilytics weaves together valuable information from an airline’s maintenance and engineering department to deliver meaningful results
“TITAN is built from the groundup to enable airlines to comply with Air worthiness Directives and Service Bulletins.”
EXSYN also steps into the arena of application development by delivering an off-the-shelf tool, Creator, to build fully customized applications for airlines, especially for large freight carriers like American Airlines and Qatar Airlines. “Massive airlines usually have their specific set of demands and our Creator tool can help them in this regard,” reaffirms de Bree.
As a testimony to EXSYN’s competence, a European airline that required to transfer data from multiple legacy systems to a centralized framework capitalized on EXSYN’s prowess to get the job done. EXSYN utilized TITAN to connect the varied data sources, standardizes the entire information, and provide one central database access. “We shifted the entire maintenance systems for the client in a short period of six months and enabled them to manage their entire fleet data from one access point,” affirms de Bree. The manageability of data was succeeded by EXSYN’s Avilytics, which empowered the client to visualize the maintenance trends and gain tangible business impact.
Governed by a mission to drive value added benefits for clients, EXSYN has developed a web interface for TITAN. “This acts in line with the company’s principle to constantly engage clients in innovative ways,” states de Bree. Also, the company aims to integrate its analytical tool Avilytics across the entire value chain of the airlines industry, including asset management, fuel efficiency, engine health monitoring, and stock planning. Working across diverse environments will empower EXSYN to viably meet the end-to-end needs of the aerospace sector. Besides expanding in terms of operations, EXSYN is set to strengthen its presence in the Asian market, while bolstering its grip over Europe, U.S., and the Middle East.