Dubai 2005 to see international aviation software launch

DUBAI — Dubai 2005 will see the global launch of a software system enabling airlines to accurately record fleet technical log data, comply with aviation authorities' requirements, save costs and increase asset utilisation.

By Staff Reporter

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Published: Tue 8 Nov 2005, 9:26 AM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 5:13 PM

The exhibition scheduled during November 20-24 will be held at Airport Expo Dubai, organised by F&E in conjunction with the Department of Civil Aviation, Government of Dubai and in collaboration with the UAE Armed Forces.

The world's first software will provide a view of every aspect of an airline's operational and maintenance activity - from the office, at remote outstations and the flight deck - will be unveiled during the Dubai air show in November, by aviation and defence computing solutions designer, Russell Adams.

"For some time, we have been keen to help our customers solve the data acquisition problems they face" said Steve Adams, Russell Adams CEO.

"With the addition of enterprise:eTL to our enterprise:airline solution, we believe we offer the only true integrated option for aviation companies - from data capture to detailed asset management and control."

"At Dubai 2005, we will demonstrate the software's capabilities to a number of potential customers from the global aviation industry and we are confident that enterprise:eTL will be one of the show's IT highlights. The data is recorded once, validated once and becomes immediately available to Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul, and Flight Operations processes, providing a truly seamless interface."

enterprise:eTL extends the Russell Adams' enterprise:airline solution for use in the cockpit and at line stations. The unique capability of the enterprise:Airline solution guarantees data integrity from data capture to analysis and reporting. However enterprise:eTL can also be used purely as an electronic technical log, which is then integrated with the legacy Maintenance and Operations systems for a customer.

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