- Language: English
- 169 Pages
- Published: January 2013
- Region: Global
Leveraging information technology for optimal aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO)
- Published: September 2012
- Region: Global
- 252 pages
- Woodhead Publishing Ltd
Aimed at professionals in the aviation industry and students of aircraft maintenance, this book covers the use and management of technology in the aviation maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) context. The book provides a backdrop of current trends in the industry where airlines are tending to retain their aircraft longer on the one hand, and yet are rapidly introducing a new genre of aircraft such as the A380 and B787 into service on the other. This book provides industry professionals and students of aviation MRO (at all levels) with the necessary principles, approaches and tools to respond effectively and efficiently to the constant development of new technologies - both in general and within the aviation MRO profession.
An overview of aircraft maintenance
- The business of maintaining aircraft
- Aircraft maintenance paradigm
- Aviation MRO’s Challenge to the IT industry
- The IT industry responds
- The current aviation MRO IT landscape
- Leveraging IT and shaping the future.
Anant Sahay is a highly experienced IT Professional working in the Commercial Aviation industry since 1982. He has hands on experience in Strategic Planning, Execution and delivery of IT solutions for Aircraft Maintenance, including Business Intelligence and Systems Integration. Sahay holds a Production Engineering degree and an MBA. He is a PMI certified Project Management Professional (PMP) as well a TOGAF Certified Enterprise Architect and is currently working with IBM Australia as a Senior Managing Consultant and Subject Matter Expert on Aviation MRO supporting IBM’s global initiatives. Sahay has been associated with a number of airlines either as an employee or as a consultant with Qantas, Emirates Airline, Gulf Air, ADAT (Abu Dhabi Aviation Technology); Malaysian Airlines, Air China, Saudi Arabian Airline, Air New Zealand; and Eva Air among others.