Aviation software provider, Rusada, has released a new mobile application for its Airworthiness, MRO, and Flight Operations solution Envision.
According to the company, Enivison Tasks enables Technicians and Engineers to efficiently conduct maintenance using a tablet device. The app streamlines the execution process by delivering all the functionality users need in one place. Assigned tasks can be viewed, actioned, and signed-off from within the app, and during the process parts and tools can be requested and any findings reported.
The new app also allows users to work offline, in both planned and un-planned scenarios. When offline working is planned, users can download a work package in advance and then perform maintenance tasks without an internet connection. When unplanned, in-progress tasks can still be executed, time booked, spares requested and many other functions, which will then sync back to the main database once a connection is restored.
The app is available on Windows 10, iOS, and Android tablets.
Rusada CEO, Julian Stourton, said: “Before development on Envision Tasks began, we spent many months consulting with our customers to understand how any such technology could provide substantial time savings and eliminate as many paper processes as possible.
“We drove all this feedback into the app, especially the ability to keep working without an internet connection, which is vital to many organisations for AOG situations and line maintenance.
“I am very excited to start rolling this out to customers and see the benefit it brings to their operations.”