On 11th – 13th May 2015, Commsoft’s Jonathan Wood attended the ATA e-Business Forum 2015 in Orlando, Florida.
ATA is the industry's premier event to learn about the latest developments in information exchange to support engineering, maintenance, materiel and flight operations. It is widely regarded as the most comprehensive event dedicated to information exchange standards and technologies in the global aerospace industry.
In addition to learning about the airline industry's most widely accepted e-business specifications (Spec 2000, S1000D, iSpec 2200, Spec 42 and Spec 2300), delegates learned how the industry has attributed significant savings and operational efficiencies to the use of these global specifications. Held annually, ATA attracts a wide range of delegates, including representatives from airlines, manufacturers, distributors, repair agencies, suppliers, government agencies and solution providers.
Jonathan Wood is Commsoft’s Application Development Manager. Jon attended a number of sessions at ATA, featuring topics including ‘Electronic Aircraft Transfer Records’, ‘Spec 2000 Overview’, ‘Implementing S1000D’, ‘RFID Part Marking’, ‘Digital Security in Aviation’, ‘Use of 3D Visualization in Technical Manuals’, ‘Electronic Technical Logbooks’, ‘Data Exchange Standards for Flight Operations’, ‘Converting Your Legacy Data to S1000D’, and ‘Reliability Data Exchange’.
Formed in 1971, Commsoft is the aviation technology powerhouse behind OASES (Open Aviation Strategic Engineering System). The system, which is among the most successful aviation engineering and maintenance systems in the world, is used by a growing number of major airlines, including Jet2, BA CityFlyer, Kenya Airways, Loganair, McLarens Aviation and Next Jet.
Commsoft is based in the UK and in Australia, with regional offices in Derby, Norwich and Gatwick.