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Solving Critical Workforce Challenges in the Aerospace & Defense Sector


Digital Transformation Solutions: The Key to Solving Critical Workforce Challenges in Aerospace & Defense The A&D industry, like many others, is facing severe talent shortages. So much so that by 2026, it’s predicted the industry will have 3.5 million job vacancies, and due to the skills gap, over half of them will not get filled. A reduced workforce, and one without the right skills or expertise, has hefty consequences for the A&D industry. Safety, compliance, and Aircraft on Ground (AOG) time are just a few of the areas impacted by the shortage. How can the industry overcome this challenge? We’ve created a whitepaper based on our expertise as a leader within workforce transformation solutions and the trusted provider to 8 of the top 10 A&D companies to help you navigate these waters. The whitepaper, titled “Digital Transformation Solutions: The Key to Solving Critical Workforce Challenges in Aerospace & Defense” provides insight and guidance on: · How digital transformation can help solve a (lack of) people problem · Common use cases of digital transformation solutions · Recommendations for deploying these solutions

Direction Finding & Locating Systems Require Rugged Electronics

White Paper: Crystal Group

Direction finding and locating systems are typically used in aerospace and defense, law enforcement, homeland security, public safety and other fields to detect and locate electronic signals. Why ruggedized electronics are critical components of Direction Finding and Locating Systems? This whitepaper highlights the modern rugged computer and network technology for deployment in hostile environments of extreme temperature and vehicle-caused shock, including an explanation of working and benefits of signal detection technology. Key takeaways from this whitepaper: Armed forces installation Rugged, robust hardware required Rugged networking needs The comprehensive, ground-based system attributes transportable shelters, antennas, rugged electronic gear, and processing software that can withstand years of use in extreme conditions.

Product Lifecycle Management in the Aerospace Arena

White Paper: PROLIM

Aerospace companies have the constant need to continuously innovate the way they design, create, and produce their products and Product Lifecycle Management gives them the support of one comprehensive platform that allows them to do so. Those who have embraced Product Lifecycle Management as a part of their development processes have already seen an acceleration of 20% to 50% in the development time, along with the associated cost savings. This whitepaper provides insights on the main advantages and industry-wide implications of Product Lifecycle Management in the Aerospace arena, which mainly includes: Improved quality of supply Reduced design to manufacture time Improved responsiveness to service and maintenance

Can Safe Aircraft and MSG-3 Coexist in an Airline Maintenance Program?

White Paper: EmpowerMX

How can an air carrier take advantage of the MSG-3 based aircraft maintenance programs? In the aircraft maintenance world, MSG-3 is the root of all inspection schedules in a process starting before an aircraft enters service. Here is a look at this fascinating process of how manufacturers and operators work to achieve the end result. This whitepaper examines the development of aircraft maintenance program logic and offers suggestions for realizing the full safety of those developments. What are the three broad processes introduced by MSG-1 to classify the scheduled aircraft maintenance requirements? What are the four basic objectives of an efficient airline maintenance program generated by MSG-3? What are the MSG-3 requirements and the mandatory maintenance requirements generated by compliance to FAR 25.571 that a new aircraft usually have? Download this informative whitepaper to make the first step in making that necessary culture change and achieving the economic benefits of MSG-3 maintenance program in an air carrier’s maintenance organization.

Accelerate Development: Pre-Integrated Systems Meet Expanding Defense System Needs

White Paper: Kontron

Choosing the right profile maximizes the value of pre-integrated systems, and provides a smart, streamlined design path for OEMs and developers. Pre-integrated systems based on COM Express Computer- on-Modules (COMe COMs) deliver a critical small form factor design advantage for a host of military and aerospace applications. By offering a slate of upgradable, rugged options in a ready-to-use small form factor platform, systems capitalize on carrier board attributes blended with the flexibility of mezzanine options, enabling a powerful competitive advantage in mil/aero system design. This informative whitepaper brings you the solutions to the always-present question of design vs. build and how to quickly and economically meet Proof of Concept (PoC) requirements. It also focuses on: Evaluating Build vs. Buy Dilemma Establishing Profiles Fuel Maximum Design Efficiency Storage Profile, Situational Awareness Profile and Server Profile Adding Flexible Value with XMC and mPCIe Mezzanines Smart Profile Choices Keeping Pace with Mil/Aero Initiatives Download this whitepaper to learn how the pre-integrated systems meet expanding military program application needs.

Taking In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) to New Heights:Enhancing the Passenger Experience

White Paper: Kontron

Wireless in-flight entertainment (IFE) system has reached new heights as one of the most dynamic elements of the aircraft interiors industry. With airlines facing an increasingly competitive environment, the in-flight entertainment experience can be a powerful differentiator for passengers when choosing a company to fly with. Frequently cited as a major priority for passengers, the industry continues to push boundaries, developing technologies and products that strive to improve and enhance the airline passenger experience. Download this whitepaper to know how wireless technology in in-flight entertainment system is making it easier for airlines to deliver more entertainment choices and better customer service to passengers. It also includes:  How can a robust wireless system support ''Aircraft In-Flight Entertainment '' Challenges of supporting multi-national flight operations Accelerating in-flight entertainment time to market Picking a wireless IFE solution partner you can trust Who says entertainment cannot be the simplicity of sending an email, booking a taxi or updating your Instagram, all at 30,000 feet?

Choose the appropriate type of control chart

White Paper: Cornerstone OnDemand

Control charts analysis is the key tool for quality control and figures prominently in lean manufacturing and Six Sigma efforts. Choosing the wrong type of control chart may result in “false positives” since the chart may not be sensitive enough for your process. So what are the major control charts types available? How can you select the Right Control Chart? Selecting the most appropriate type of control chart to use in your situations can be overwhelming. Implementing a simple decision tree to select the right control chart can improve manufacturing processes and product quality. This guide uses automated as well as manual sampling to present control charts in real time and alerts operators and quality engineers to take samples and initiate process improvements. This whitepaper analyzes and compares the benefits and weaknesses of each type of control charts, thereby helping you in determining the most appropriate type of control charts for your organization. Learn about: The  processes implemented in the analysis of control charts. The factors affecting the efficiency of control charts. Download this whitepaper now to learn more about the applications of control charts and the methods to be followed when it comes to choosing a control chart.

CASS:An Immediate Opportunity for Change

White Paper: EmpowerMX

New business practices and modern Continuing Analysis and Surveillance System (CASS)-based reliability programs and policies are needed to provide the means for operators to make significant and justified adjustments to scheduled maintenance task or check intervals. The airlines need to apply best business practices and a modern CASS-based reliability program to dynamically adjust their scheduled maintenance requirements in a professional, safe and realistic manner. Read this whitepaper on “Arbitrary Escalation Caps (AES),” that addresses the key questions including: What are the characteristics of an effective CASS based reliability program? What are the reasons that they may highlight a problem with air carrier CASS based reliability programs? What are the program elements and expected benefits associated with the CASS based reliability program?

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