Maintenance Tracking software

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Maintenance Tracking software

Postby tailrotor » Tue Aug 1 2017, 00:47

As per title, looking for options for a simple system to keep track of the maintenance on 2xR44's and 1X206L for an in-house engineer. Without getting to much Scrounge MC Duck I would prefer something that's on the cheaper end of the spectrum, it doesn't need to link to NASA's main frame and track the aliment of the stars, just keep track of three helicopters main components. If anyone has any suggestions or commendations to give they would be much appreciated. Cheers
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Re: Maintenance Tracking software

Postby Evil Twin » Tue Aug 1 2017, 00:58

Why not just use an excel spreadsheet? That'll only cost you a bit of time to set up, which wouldn't be too long. 1st place I used to work used one for each machine.
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Re: Maintenance Tracking software

Postby Gonsky » Tue Aug 1 2017, 01:46

Not heli related yet you can see how something like this could work if modified and the guys are Australian, might be worth a chat.

http://www.seahub.com.au

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Re: Maintenance Tracking software

Postby Vonswilly » Tue Aug 1 2017, 03:07

Flightcert.com - developed by a NZ LAME and is perfect for what you are looking for.
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Re: Maintenance Tracking software

Postby Gonsky » Tue Aug 1 2017, 03:29

Impressive software, right on the mark.

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