Features and Benefits of our Inspection Management module
Track airfield work requests and staff training in the Cloud. This module combines all the capabilities of an Airfield Inspection software solution with those of a Computerised Maintenance Management System (CMMS), creating an all-in-one solution.
We have minimised keystrokes whilst organizing all the information you need to manage your airfield and breeze through FAA inspections..
Smart record management
Ensure stakeholders complete required training. Assign and record training attendance. Get alert when certifications expire.
Keep on top of necessary work
Create service requests for detected issues, capture images and prioritise critical work. Continue working, even when you don’t have an active internet connection. Manage priorities. Leave and receive comments.
Inspections and service requests are tracked on the dashboard. Toggle between this and a map view of your airport. Part 139 System features are also available in the work management section and vice versa.
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Sarasota–Bradenton International Airport (SRQ) opened in 1942 near the west coast of Florida. It handles over 1.5m passengers a year and over 100,000 aircraft operations.
Lionel Guilbert is Senior Vice President of Operations & Public Safety at SRQ and is responsible for ensuring passengers and aircraft get where they need to go. In 2019 he and the airport’s procurement team opened a tender to look for a new airport operations management platform.
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