Aerogility partners with the Cranfield IVHM Centre
11 December 2012
Aerogility is pleased to announce a successful partnership with Cranfield University, specialists in postgraduate research and teaching in science, engineering, technology and management.
Professor Ian Jennions, Director of the Integrated Vehicle Health Management (IVHM) Centre at Cranfield, invited Aerogility to support a postgraduate research project. The research project was supervised by Dr. Fan Ip-Shing, and involved working with a leading prime contractor to analyse sustainment policies for a land-based defence vehicle.
Aerogility provided a decision-support system to enable the postgraduate research student to investigate a number of complex issues affecting asset availability.
Aerogility delivers phase-1 system to Boeing UK TLCS programme
14 June 2012
London, UK - 14 June 2012
Aerogility is pleased to announce the delivery of phase-1 of the Aerogility fleet planning system to the Boeing Chinook Through Life Customer Support (TLCS) programme supporting the Royal Air Force (RAF) Chinook fleet.
The Chinook TLCS programme provides long-term support to the RAF fleet, guaranteeing a contractual level of serviceable and available aircraft to the forward fleet. Under contract to Boeing, in phase-1, the Aerogility team have implemented a holistic model of the TLCS fleet sustainment process. The TLCS fleet manager utilises the model by creating a range of sophisticated what-if options to schedule critical maintenance and modification activities. The what-ifs drive realistic simulations of the fleet in operation, enabling the fleet management team to conduct in-depth assessment of their plans and the impact on fleet availability and capability levels.
The UK's Chinook fleet comprises 46 aircraft with a further 14 entering in to service, starting in 2013. Boeing has a long-standing relationship with the UK Ministry of Defence, of which the TLCS programme has played a key part over the past 7 years.
Lockheed Martin evaluating Aerogility for F-35 fleet
14 June 2012
Atlanta, GA. - 14 June 2012
Aerogility Inc, announced today that Lockheed Martin Aeronautics have procured additional licenses to evaluate the Aerogility fleet planning system for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter fleet.
The evaluation process is assessing potential changes and enhancements to the fleet planning system, successfully deployed to the F-22 Raptor fleet, to meet the requirements of F-35 sustainment. The initiative includes a ‘knowledge transfer’ training course to enable Lockheed Martin software developers to develop intelligent agents and future enhancements to their sustainment model.