WEBINAR: Making CBM a reality in aircraft maintenance operations, ReMAP preliminary project results

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The project reaches a big milestone: closing the CBM loop in a real aviation environment at KLM. ReMAP invites you to its Webinar “Making CBM a reality in aircraft maintenance operations – ReMAP preliminary project results and demonstration goals, taking place on the 4th of November, in two different slots: 8.00am and 4.00pm (CET).

In it, we will share our research and results so far on sensors, big data, prognostics, diagnostics and health management on systems to optimise aircraft maintenance operations. We will also introduce the first open-source databank on composites structures.   

We present and demonstrate our company-independent CBM solutions and provide a quick overview of the demonstration exercise to be executed over the following months.

Join our webinar and take this opportunity to meet the CBM experts and ask your questions.

Time Activity Presenter/Participants
5 minutes Brief presentation of ReMAP vision & webinar goal Bruno Santos (TUD)
10 minutes Implementing CBM in commercial aviation
An airline perspective, by KLM
Floris Freeman (KLM)
15 minutes Taking the most of data, while preserving its confidentiality
Live demo of the ReMAP IT platform
Miguel Exbrí (ATOS)
10 minutes Predicting systems’ failures
ReMAP PHM approach
Anarta Ghosh (UTRCI)
5 minutes Optimizing aircraft maintenance tasks
ReMAP maintenance decision support tool
Bruno Santos (TUD)
5 minutes The next steps: demonstrating the research
SHM test campaing & Databank
Demonstration exercise
Bruno Santos (TUD)
15 minutes Live Q&A

We look forward to welcoming you virtually for a successful event!

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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