ReMAP Results — Get to know what we’ve achieved!

European research lifts aviation maintenance up into the new era of digitizationWith a major study of several European universities and industries (ReMAP) with TU Delft as project leader, a step has been taken in the modernization of aircraft maintenance using Artificial Intelligence. During a six-month test period at KLM, using KLM’s real-time operational data, it …

ReMAP Researchers win 1st place of the Thomas L. Fagan, Jr., RAMS Student Paper Award

PhD Juseong Lee and his supervisor dr Mihaela Mitici of TU Delft have won the First Prize Thomas L. Fagan, Jr., Student Paper Award at RAMS 2021. Reliability & Maintainability Symposium (RAMS) is a premier conference in reliability, availability, and maintainability engineering, which is held annually in the United States. The prize winning paper entitled “Multi-objective analysis …

ReMAP researcher, Paul van Kessel, rewarded at ‘World Class Maintenance’ Event

‘Methodically neat work with high practical relevance. The combination of this digital framework and the human maintenance planner achieves the success’. These are the words the jury of the World Class Maintenance (WCM) recently pronounced at the WCM Research Awards ceremony to Paul van Kessel for his Master thesis. This award is given to the …

CBM Academy – Call For Papers by Derk Daverschot

Call For Papers by Derk Daverschot (Sr. Mechanical Engineer – Airbus) and Chair of the Technical Session ‘Operational Monitoring using Airframe Digital Twins in Aerospace’ of the CBM Academy “This scientific and industrial forum will be a great opportunity for all participants to exchange about what role the Airframe Digital Twins can play in the world …

Call for papers on maintenance policies and strategies

Establishing CBM as a Mainstream Maintenance PracticeThe 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 …

CBM Academy – Call For Papers by Vis Dhanisetty

Call For Papers by Vis Dhanisetty – R&D Engineer at the Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre (NLR) and Chair of the Technical Session ‘Application of Innovative Health Monitoring Techniques’ of the CBM Academy “Let’s share our experience in the application of health monitoring sensors and the analysis of the data collected, and learn from each other …

CBM Academy – Call For Papers by Dr.-Ing. Kai Wicke

Call For Papers by Dr.-Ing. Kai Wicke | Head of Department Product Lifecycle Management, German Aerospace Center (DLR) and Chair of the Technical Session ‘Advanced Maintenance Strategies’ of the CBM Academy: “Advanced maintenance concepts, such as prescriptive maintenance, form the basis for an integrated maintenance planning aiming at higher operational reliability and robustness, improved cost …

Predictive aircraft maintenance integrating RUL prognostics

Aircraft maintenance is undergoing a paradigm shift, where Remaining-Useful-Life (RUL) prognostics are central. But is it straightforward to integrate RUL prognostics into maintenance planning? What are the modelling challenges? Which RUL prognostics have actually been integrated into maintenance planning?   We discuss these challenges in our special session on “Predictive aircraft maintenance integrating RUL prognostics” at …

Joel Ferreira (TAP Portugal) states the importance to send in your papers for the ‘1st International Conference for CBM in Aerospace’. One month to submit until the deadline of 26th November 2021

by Joel Ferreira (TAP Portugal Airline) Prediction, as part of the broader concept condition-based maintenance, is something that is being explored as never before in several industries, as machine learning and artificial intelligence expand their reach at a hypersonic pace. In aircraft maintenance we have been exploring the potential of this concept for a long …

Groundbreaking Analysis on Fleet Earning Potential with CBM

In the context of ReMAP’s project, we are analysing the areas in aircraft maintenance where condition-based maintenance (CBM) improves Fleet Earning Potential.  Fleet earning potential (FEP), i.e., the amount of earning that a fleet is capable of generating, depends on three elements: Mission capacityNumber of flights an airline is capable of scheduling given the aircraft …

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