Safran Helicopter Engines has launched a new online technical publications service Known as Web IETP (Interactive Electronic Technical Publications for its entire engine range.
The main advantage of this new, user-friendly service is that it offers at any time the latest versions of each document. It also comes with an intuitive 3D graphic interface and enhanced functionalities such as advanced search, notes, a listing of all parts and tools needed to perform each task and new cart options, the company announced Friday.
The service is available 24/7 on all PCs and tablets, via iOS, Windows and Android device, through its Customer Portal (tools.safran-helicopter-engines.com) to improve access to technical documentation.
Every helicopter equipped with a Safran engine comes with a complete set of technical publications covering first and intermediate level maintenance tasks. It includes, amongst others, the maintenance manual, troubleshooting book, spare parts and tools catalogs, and service bulletins.
As part of a continuous improvement strategy, the Safran Helicopter Engines Customer Portal has also been improved with a new customer-centric interface to improve navigation.
A personalized dashboard to track assets repair process and a wide range of training courses are now available. New health monitoring solutions will be launched in September.
Safran Helicopter Engines has received EASA engine type certification for its Ardiden 3G engine, which powers Russian Helicopters' Ka-62. The helicopter made its official maiden flight on 25 May 2017
French firm Safran is likely to become a partner of India's Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL), which has floated a global request for information to manufacture engines to equip locally made multi-role helicopter. HAL might prefer Safran as its partner for helicopter engines as it had visited India last month to discuss the requirements, said Vijainder Thakur, a defense analyst and retired Indian Air Force squadron leader
Leonardo has been selected by Safran Electronics & Defense to provide the PicoSAR AESA (E-Scan) radar for its Patroller Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). The radars will be used by the French Forces, which selected the Patroller in April 2016
French aero engine manufacturer Safran on Thursday has launched a $9 billion agreed bid for seats manufacturer Zodiac Aerospace to create the world's third-largest aerospace supplier as the industry bulks up to tackle record high output plans. The deal comes three months after Zodiac's competitor B/E Aerospace agreed to be acquired by Rockwell Collins and six years following Zodiac's family shareholders publicly snubbing a botched approach from Safran, branding it "opportunistic"
Safran Electronics and Defense has won a contract to design, develop and build an improvised version of global inertial navigation system used on French ballistic missile submarines. The contract from the country's military procurement agency calls for a variant of the system used on Triomphant-class nuclear submarines
Safran Helicopter Engines has received EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) engine type certification for its Ardiden 3C, the helicopter engine. Powering the Avicopter AC352, the engine has been jointly developed and built by Safran Helicopter Engines, Dongan and HAPRI, parts of the Aero Engine Corporation of China (AECC) consortium
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