Building on the success of our co-operative training venture, The Pierian Academy, we are pleased to announce that on 2nd March 2021 Andromeda Systems Incorporated (ASI) completed the acquisition of a majority shareholding in Aspire Consulting Ltd. Physical assets and...
We are delighted to continue our affiliation with the TDW-Live event which is happening again this year between the 19th and 21st November, 2019. We are privileged to run the Support engineering track at the event, which appears on Day 2 (20th November). We are vendor...
Warning: This video contains some poetry! That poem is based on a parable and in that parable a passing wise man comes to help the blind stitch...
This video is from our ILS Seminar in June 2017: Paul Messer and Lee Fitzsimons talk about automated reporting from technical data sources (in this case, our Maintenance Analysis package; A*) using Epic, an XML based data manipulation tool.
The modeller’s task is to represent reality with sufficient fidelity to ensure that decisions based on the model are sound. So how can we make sure that the spreadsheet is fit for purpose?
What we learn when analysis doesn’t match reality. It is often explained that all models are wrong, just some are less wrong than others.
Understanding the risk posed by the interaction of functionally unrelated systems; are we, as those responsible for deriving preventive maintenance for aircraft, missing the point?
“Why do we need to train our Military Maintenance engineers?” This short piece is adapted from a presentation delivered back in 2012
Our friends at IGP Technology have released some advice in the wake of the ransomware attacks last week – please feel free to pass this along to any colleagues or contacts that this might concern