Mississauga, Ontario (PRWEB) March 10, 2016
CaseBank Technologies Inc., the leading provider of software solutions for equipment fault isolation and defect trend analysis, has announced that it will be exhibiting in partnership with the International Trade Commission, Government of Canada, at The 5th International Exhibition & Conference on Civil Aviation - India Aviation 2016, March 16-20, at the Begumpet Airport, Hyderabad, India.
CaseBank will be located in the Government of Canada’s, Ontario Pavilion, Booth #33 with other Canadian companies such as Air Canada, Bell Helicopter, Bombardier and Pratt & Whitney.
CaseBank’s technology has been selected by Gulfstream for the G550, G650 aircraft. Pratt & Whitney and Rolls-Royce have also selected CaseBank technology to support their families of engines.
“CaseBank is pleased to attend India Aviation to share how our interactive fault isolation, defect tracking and reliability solutions, help technicians, call centers and support engineers provide best in class service, while capturing field experience,” said Tony O’Hara, CEO of CaseBank Technologies, Inc. He added, “By troubleshooting problems accurately, our technology is improving aircraft safety and uptime for some of the most advanced aircraft in the world.”
India Aviation is one of the largest and most important events in the international aerospace calendar. The conference brings together airport infrastructure developers/operators, airlines, major manufacturers, suppliers and technology providers to discuss manufacturing capabilities, processes, best practices, advances and innovations, automation, industry trends and forecasts.
About CaseBank Technologies
CaseBank’s software solutions improve fault isolation and defect trend analysis of complex equipment and systems—supporting engineers and technicians as they respond to product defects and unscheduled maintenance events—in a variety of industries, including aviation and defense, rail and transit, automotive and heavy equipment, high technology, energy exploration and extraction, and continuous process industries.
CaseBank’s technology combines anticipated product failures (from engineering) with actual product failures (from service and support) and uses case based reasoning (CBR), differential diagnostics and other weighting factors (cost, time, etc.) to deliver a faster, more accurate and inexpensive troubleshooting and repair process. With visibility into fleet-wide service histories engineers can identify recurring or emerging problems to modify service plans, develop corrective actions and redesign components. CaseBank solutions help organizations increase equipment reliability, reduce warranty and service costs, improve product performance and boost customer satisfaction.