We integrated an Engineering/A&P mechanics community to furnish a number of different services to airlines all over the world, big or small. Our services are available to operators as well as airlines and repair facilities across the globe.
What We Do:
Our Group shares operational, technical information to better support the operators needs. We are committed to continuous improvement and to meeting customer’s expectations. We continually strive to attain the delivery schedules and levels of quality demanded from our customers. AMS, otherwise known as Aircraft Maintenance Systems developed and works as an innovative HUB for Aerospace repairs and engineering.
The aerospace industry is one of the largest and most technologically advanced endeavors on the face of the Earth. The skills and certifications required to work in the industry are staggering, which indicates, and rightly so, that only the best of the best can truly find themselves working in the cockpit, on the plane as well supporting the technical & engineering responsibilities of operators & repair facilities to ensure that aircraft, crews and passengers are safe and secure in their travels which is what AMS strives to accomplish.
When it comes to aerospace, you need the latest and greatest in technology. Moving people across the country in a safe manner is always going to be a tall order, and keeping your planes running will be even more difficult. While airplanes might be a static concept today, they could change entirely tomorrow! For example, you might find that your airplanes require an entirely new navigation system, or perhaps they will need updated landing gear. There are so many new pieces of technology to consider and work with on the runway! Both pilots, maintenance technicians, and ground crews will need to be aware of the most recent changes, and adapt their own knowledge/habits accordingly.
Wouldn’t it be great if all of that information were available at the push of a button? With the world changing so rapidly, it’s no surprise that we need instant access to information in order to stay ahead. That instant access will serve to keep maintenance technicians ‘in the know’, and give them the tools the need to keep the planes in the air and the weary travelers arriving safely at their destinations. It’s time to move into the future, and give your customers what the need, while giving your people the tools they require to do their jobs properly. It’s just a matter of time before the next big change occurs.