2019 Women in Aviation International Conference – A Lesson About Persistence. Cheers to 30 Years!

The 2019 Women in Aviation International (WAI) Conference took place, March 14-16, at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, California. The conference marked two important milestones. The 30th Anniversary of the first conference, and the 25th Anniversary of WAI as a professional non-profit organization. Currently WAI has more than 13,000 active members around the world and their...

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Recognizing the Infinite Possibilities for Women in Aviation: Scholarship Winner Stephanie Tarbous

ATP and CaseBank Technologies have proudly supported the aviation maintenance industry with technology and services that promote safety and reliability in aviation. Founded by a woman over 45 years ago, ATP is committed to the aviation maintenance industry, and has been a long-time supporter of Women in Aviation. We are honored to be awarding a $1,000 scholarship to a woman pursuing the...

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How Does the 4th Industrial Revolution Impact MROs?

We are experiencing the 4th industrial revolution with cyber-physical systems that connect machines and systems, and specific intelligent networks that inform and control each other autonomously. How does this translate into the MRO space?

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CaseBank Promotes Reliability - ChronicX 2nd User Conference

Nearly 30 airline professionals representing 16 of the world’s leading global and regional airlines, including many from North America and several from the United Kingdom, attended CaseBank Technologies’ second ChronicX® Commercial Aviation User Conference, which was held on November 6-7 in San Francisco, California. The goal of the conference was to provide a platform where participants could...

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Lessons Learned: S1000D Style Guides for Effective Content Reuse in Fault Isolation Manuals

CaseBank Technologies, a Division of ATP, was pleased to send a strong Business Development and Technical team to the 2018 S1000D User Forum and ILS Specification Day in New Orleans. Hosted by the Aerospace Industries Association (AIA), and supported by the Aerospace and Defence Industries Association of Europe (ASD) and the ATA e-Business Program (ATA), the event was held during National...

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CaseBank Technologies Celebrates 20 Years

Celebrating a History of Providing Industry Leading Troubleshooting Solutions Worldwide

CaseBank Technologies was founded on December 1st, 1998. At that time, troubleshooting techniques were very different from today. Mechanics often spent a lot of time following page-based troubleshooting guidance from manufacturers. When success eluded them, they would speak with other mechanics who had...

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American Airlines Shares Experience on Mining Valuable Information from Log Pages

The American Airlines keynote presentation at the Aircraft Commerce & Aerospace MRO & Flight Operations IT Conference introduced a case study on how they mine valuable information from log pages using the ChronicX® solution, which gained attention and has been published in the July/August 2018 issue of the Aircraft IT MRO e-journal.

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The ChronicX® Solution for Military Debuts at the Farnborough International Airshow 2018

Recently, CaseBank Technologies participated in the Farnborough International Airshow 2018, and exhibited at the Ontario booth in the Canadian Pavilion alongside an impressive array of both OEMs, services and support Canadian aerospace suppliers – the perfect backdrop to showcase for the first time our ChronicX® solution for the military.

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Managing Recurring Defects – Part 2: Trendspotting. How to Discover and Resolve Hidden Recurring Defects

Aircraft maintenance operations are vigilant about tracking recurring defects not only because aircraft carriers are required by the FAA to do so, but also because repeat defects cost valuable time and money. When faults persist despite repeat repair attempts the results can be serious: increased aircraft on ground incidents, loss of customer trust/brand reputation and failure to meet...

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Managing Recurring Defects – Part 1: Save Time and Reduce Errors

In the past couple of decades airline maintenance organizations and MRO shops have found many ways to increase efficiency and effectivity, but one area of aviation that still has capacity for optimization is the management of recurring defects. Repeat defects are costly in terms of maintenance or customer satisfaction and—in some rare instances—can lead to tragic accidents and loss of life....

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