The aerospace business still, to this day, has a strong focus on engineering work. A lot of the engineering work has been transferred to the desktop where its programs are able to hold a vast reservoir of required aerospace industry resources. These resources will also be consumed by supply chain resource support for the airline industry as well as providing clients in related fields with MRO materials solutions programs. Design work zones into identifying, evaluating and providing safe and compliant alternate material solutions for its clients. Solutions being introduced to the airline operator’s systems will include the provision of parts and components as well as maintenance and repair areas where required.
Solutions are engineered directly into the affected aircraft. These include part identifications and conception, as well as full approval systems. The approval systems will include updates of airline manuals and on the wing performance tracking and the measurement of all solutions. The sourcing of solutions materials and the engineering program is intelligent. Moving away from the desktop, on the site engineers handle advanced engineering requirements. They will also handle the software required to manage and sustain the entire material solutions system put into place for the airline or fleet owner.
Engineers have their own specialized tool kits to work from. They have access to sophisticated data and software. Software programs are providing airline clients with solutions to do with making gains in cost reductions, increasing the airline and its aircrafts’ reliability and decreasing all lead times. One solutions based system, by way of example, will include related services, an aerospace management program, warranty program development and management as well as all material solutions. Material solutions will be handling supply chain management and engineering approvals. Configuration reviews and controls are also in place.