22nd October 2019
Today we are pleased to announce the integration of our webECHO™ online system with the TRAXXALL aircraft maintenance tracking and inventory management service.
webECHO™ is the online system available to Jet-Care GPA (Gas Path Analysis) customers allowing them to view their engine trend data results as part of the trend monitoring service provided by the GPA team.
“We are very pleased to announce integration with TRAXXALL, enabling customers to view their engine trend status on the TRAXXALL dashboard, ultimately providing a one stop shop to view and manage the status of their engines”, said David Glass, Managing Director, Spectro | Jet-Care. “In addition, further engine trend information is available from the dashboard by clicking the webECHO™ button, allowing direct access to the Spectro | Jet-Care system, to view more detailed data including diagnostic comments, download monitoring and current trends and reports”.
“We look forward to working with the Spectro| Jet-Care team,” continued Mark Steinbeck, President, TRAXXALL. “The merging of maintenance tracking, inventory management and engine trend monitoring creates a very useful tool for aircraft operators. By working together, we are drawing from our complementary areas of expertise in order to deliver critical information in a simple and intuitive manner. We believe that the industry will benefit from the integration of our technologies and services, and we look forward to working together to serve existing and prospective clients.”
Since its launch, TRAXXALL has become a recognised and respected brand across the industry and has been chosen by OEMs such as Textron Aviation, Airbus Helicopters and Piaggio Aerospace as a recommended maintenance tracking provider.
As the only independent engine trend monitoring company  with Lloyds Register Quality Assurance accreditation for AS9100 and ISO9001 Quality Management System standards, Jet-Care has over 38 years of experience delivering a proven and trusted alternative to OEM programs. With an extensive portfolio covering all the major business jet engine models the Jet-Care GPA programs, listed below, are renowned for their sensitivity in identifying abnormal engine trends and deterioration.
The bespoke GPA programs, unlike some automated services, allow the Jet-Care program managers and engineers to review every trend produced from the engine data they receive and create reports specific to the operators’ needs. For instance, the online reporting service may also show faults, exceedances and other key information where applicable. The service is available 365 days a year with all routine data analysed and reported within 24 hours of receipt, enabling prompt action to be taken where required.
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 Information correct as at 2 July 2019 according to OASIS (Online Aerospace Supplier Information System), the system owned and maintained by International Aerospace Quality Group (IAQG).