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GAMIT wins DRF Luftrettung digital records management contract

DRF Luftrettung has awarded GAMIT a contract for the use of its digital records management solutions, ROAM (Records Online Asset Management).
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Air rescue organisation DRF Luftrettung has awarded GAMIT a long-term contract for the use of its digital records management solution, ROAM (Records Online Asset Management).

DRF Luftrettung will utilise ROAM to digitise the technical records of its fleet of helicopters and ambulance aircraft.

The solution will enable DRF Luftrettung to modernise its operations and seamlessly manage the technical documentation generated by its fleet using the solution’s unique functions and integrations to monitor and manage airworthiness compliances.

Roman Morka, chief technology officer at DRF Luftrettung, said: “We are excited to integrate ROAM into our daily operations. This cutting-edge solution not only advances our goal of becoming paperless but also enhances our operational efficiency, enabling us to deliver even higher standards of service to our clients.”

Chris Leese Wood, chief operating officer at GAMIT, an AMAC Aerospace Company, said: “We are incredibly proud to have been selected by DRF Luftrettung, as one of the leading HEMS providers in Europe DRF Luftrettung sets the bar for quality in rotorcraft operations and the implementation of state-of-the-art technologies.

“We look forward to supporting DRF Luftrettung in its operations and becoming a trusted partner.

For ROAM this is a very exciting moment as we take our experience with fixed wing operators and enter the world of rotorcraft.

“ROAM has grown from strength to strength as we implement new technologies into our OCR engine and new capabilities the system can offer to all of our users.”

DRF Luftrettung is one of the largest air rescue organisations in Europe. The firm’s helicopters and ambulance aircraft take off for their missions from 32 bases at 30 locations in Germany.

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