Call for papers on maintenance policies and strategies

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Establishing CBM as a Mainstream Maintenance Practice
The objective of Condition Based Maintenance (CBM) is to perform maintenance based on “the evidence of need” while ensuring safety, reliability, availability, and reduced life cycle costs. The primary evidence is data produced by supporting technologies such as health monitoring systems and related enterprise level business applications such as maintenance data systems and predictive analytics.
Certain sectors of the Civil and Defense aerospace industries are beginning to exploit the application of the supporting technologies to make CBM a mainstream maintenance practice.
This session includes topics related to: (a) ongoing efforts by standards development organizations (SDOs) to help fleet operators, government regulators, and airworthiness organizations understand how to implement CBM as a mainstream business practice, and (b) specific CBM use case implementations and lessons learned at civil and defense organizations.

Deadline to submit abstract: 15th of December 2021.
Topic Area: Maintenance Policies and Strategies
Session Co-organizers:
Luis Hernandez – Managing Director at Global Strategic Solutions LLC (
João Pedro P. Malere – Senior Development Engineer Embraer
David Piotrowski – Senior Principal Engineer at Delta Air Lines
David Nelson – Principal Engineer at Andromeda Systems Incorporated
Kirby Keller – Consultant  Former Technical Fellow Boeing

Paulo Rupino Cunha

Paulo Rupino Cunha

Assistant Professor of Information Systems with Habilitation and former head of the IS Group at the Faculty of Science and Technology of the University of Coimbra, Portugal. Director of Informatics and Systems Lab of Instituto Pedro Nunes (IPN), a non-profit association for Innovation and Technology Transfer.

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