Integrated Fleet Management solution aimed at replacing fixed-interval inspections with adaptive condition-based interventions


ReMAP will contribute to reinforce the European leadership in aeronautics by developing an open-source solution for aircraft maintenance, the Integrated Fleet Health Management (IFHM) system. By replacing fixed-interval inspections with adaptive condition-based interventions, ReMAP will have an estimated benefit to the European aviation of more than 700 million Euros per year. This is due to a direct decrease in maintenance costs, reduced unscheduled aircraft maintenance events, and increased aircraft availability.

ReMAP’s IFHM will be available for certification and reliable implementation on diverse aircraft systems and structures.

To leverage existing aircraft sensors for systems and mature promising sensing solutions for structures


To develop health diagnostics and prognostics of aircraft systems and structures, using innovative data-driven machine learning techniques and physics models


To develop an efficient maintenance management optimisation process, capable of adapting to real-time health conditions of the aircraft fleet


To perform a safety risk assessment of the proposed IFHM solution, to ensure its reliable implementation and promote an informed discussion on regulatory challenges and concrete actions towards the certification of Condition-Based Maintenance (CBM)


Project ongoing

Start date

1 June 2018

End date

31 May 2022

Funded under


Overall budget

€ 6 806 742,50


TU Delft


Message from the H2020 ReMAP

- Coordinator Bruno F. Santos

The ReMAP-team would like to express its deepest involvement with the ‘aviationfamily’ in this challenging times caused by the coronacrisis. The necessary restrictions that have been taken by governments to control this virusoutbreak will let the aviationsector suffer considerably. We wish you all the best luck and health, to you and your family.

As an European project with 13 European partners, ReMAP-teammembers already used to work mainly through webmeetings. So cooperation continues and we are keeping our research efforts as good as possible. ReMAP-teammembers work remotely and remain reachable through the common channels. Of course this situation results in some limitations, also for ReMAP, for instance lab tests are postponed and some people are just working part-time in the coming weeks. But safety is our first concern.

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