Helicopters Magazine

Sikorsky launches new mobile applications

July 11, 2012  By Carey Fredericks

July 11, 2012, Stratford, Conn. - Sikorsky Aerospace Services (SAS) has announced the launch of new mobile applications for the Sikorsky360 Web portal – a proprietary online support capability used by more than 4,000 operators globally. The new portal – known as Mobile360 – supports Apple, Android and Blackberry mobile devices and will provide streamlined access to important maintenance information for Sikorsky customers worldwide.

“Mobile devices have changed the way we do business. As a result of their increased popularity, we have developed new services to offer our customers,” said Peter Fuchs, SAS Senior Manager, Support Technology and Analytics. “From anywhere – 24 hours a day, seven days a week – our customers can access their aircraft fleet management information directly from their personal mobile devices. This new feature offers unrivaled convenience and flexibility for maintainers worldwide.”

Mobile360 provides easy access to Commercial HELOTRAC 2X™ Maintenance Management System – a software system that supports Sikorsky’s military and commercial rotary platforms as well as other OEM fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft. HELOTRAC 2X records, manages and reports essential information for enhanced fleet management operations. Additionally, it supports Plug Locator Applications (PLA) – a software program that precisely locates specific electrical components throughout the aircraft. By streamlining access to required maintenance information, these tools help customers reduce operating expenses.

“The Mobile PLA is the fastest and easiest way to locate a connector; this application is an essential tool for S-92A helicopter maintenance,” said Jim McWilliam, Avionic Instructor, Bristow Group, Inc, Aberdeen, United Kingdom.

Future enhancements for Mobile360 will include mobile access to E-Notifications, Interactive Electronic Technical Manuals (IETMS) and downloadable mobile applications.



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