SAE 2016 IVHM and Maintenance Credits Workshop
July 12, 2016 • Hendon Room, Media Centre, Hall 1 • Farnborough Airshow
Along with the rapidly evolving field of civil airline services, Integrated Vehicle Health Management (IVHM) technologies (such as sensors and algorithms), are enabling improved diagnostic capabilities and the potential for a step change in aircraft and fleet maintenance and operations based on prognostics that reliably predict remaining life of key assets such as aircraft components (e.g. actuators) and sub-systems (e.g. landing gear). Achieving maintenance credits for this requires close co-operation between industry stakeholders such as platform integrators, regulators, airlines and MRO&L providers.
SAE International is partnering with Cranfield University, ADS and the Royal Aeronautical Society to provide a platform during the July 2016 Farnborough Air Show to showcase and discuss the SAE Aerospace Recommended Practices (ARP) and Information Reports (AIRs) on IVHM and maintenance credits currently being drafted by industry, regulatory and academic stakeholders.
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SAE 2016 IVHM and Maintenance Credit Workshop Registration
Registration for the IVHM and Maintenance Credit Workshop is free. Click on the link above or visit sae.org/standards/ivhmws. Breakfast will be provided courtesy of one of the sponsors. The Workshop meeting room is located within the Media Centre, Hall 1 of the Farnborough Airshow and will run from 08.00 to mid-day. The venue will provide direct access to the Show Exhibition Halls at the conclusion of the Workshop.
NOTE: A valid Farnborough Airshow entrance ticket will be required to enter the facility to attend the IVHM Workshop.
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