Webinar Date: 10 October 2019 @ 2.00-2.40pm
One of the world’s foremost experts in the aerospace industry, Dr Hugh Revie from Ubisense, will deliver a live webinar on the topic of ‘Improving Business Efficiency In An Aerospace MRO Environment’.
Register for the live webinar with Hugh to understand how using Aerospace MRO digital twins and location can improve your organisation’s operational efficiency by improving visibility of processes.
Ubisense transforms physical spaces into smart spaces, bringing manufacturers proven gains in quality, cost, and productivity. Our SmartSpace platform monitors the physical flow of the factory creating a real-time “digital twin” of the process. This Digital Process Twin provides the deep situational awareness that empowers people to make more insightful decisions, and business systems to operate with foresight and certainty. With offices in the UK, France, Germany, North America, Canada and Japan, Ubisense has more than 900 customers across the globe, and has enabled many to implement their factory digitisation strategies.
Areas That SmartSpace Can Improve In A Heavy Maintenance Environment
– Manpower efficiency / utilisation
– Work order management
– Tool management
– Materials / logistics management
– Managing GSE
– Collision Avoidance
– And many more
Written by Dr Hugh Revie, Sales Director Aerospace EMEA at Ubisense
Hugh is one of the world’s leading experts in the Aerospace industry. Hugh has now been working in Aerospace for more than 30 years and, prior to joining Ubisense, started his career in aviation after graduating with a doctorate in Engineering and, initially working for British Aerospace. Around 18 years ago, he created his own company, CoreData Limited, focused on helping airlines, MROs, OEMS and aircraft supply chain companies with solutions that could drive value from the large amounts of data they were accumulating. He finally sold the company to Rolls Royce. Since then he has been working with customers to improve efficiencies by using their own data and continues to do this with Ubisense.