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Aircraft Structural Integrity Program (ASIP) Conference in Aurora, CO- Join Us!

November 27, 2023 - November 30, 2023

Join us this year at the ASIP Conference in Aurora,CO !

We are thrilled to invite you to visit our booth at the upcoming conference.  It will be an excellent opportunity to engage with our team, explore our latest products/services, and discover how we can support your needs.

Our software will also be featured in two presentations of  by our customers explaining the advantages of using NLign & NCheck!

Evolution of the A10 ASIP A 20Year Journey of Recovery and Advancement through Upholding Structural and Moral Integrity

Tuesday Nov 28, 2023- 10:00- 10:30 AM MST

The A-10 underwent a significant transformation in its Aircraft Structural Integrity Program (ASIP) following a Red Team Investigation in 2002. One of the conclusions of this investigation was that the A-10 ASIP was “broken.” This was due to several culminating factors to include: decreasing program support related to planned retirement beginning in the early 1990s, loss of personnel and data during base realignment, and an outdated and disregarded Force Structural Maintenance Plan (FSMP). The evolution of the A-10 ASIP over a 20-year period, highlighting the remarkable journey of recovery and advancement, challenges faced, and lessons learned in managing an aging airframe will be summarized. The efforts to recover the A-10 ASIP encompassed several key milestones, including the establishment of organic and contract engineer capability… read more

A10 ASIP Digital Capture of Corrosion Data Tactical Advantages Lessons Learned and Future Plan

Thursday Nov 30, 2023 -4:00-4:30 PM MST

Corrosion is one of the most elusive to understand problems facing the aircraft world. The cost of prevention and maintenance reaches into the billions each year. As one of the leaders in using digital twins to manage the fleet, the A-10 Aircraft Structural Integrity Program (ASIP) has been developing the ability to capture data specific to corrosion during scheduled inspections. This digital capture of damage has now been extended to the paint condition of the Outer Mold Line (OML) during the AC wash cycles in the field. With this data, the ASIP office is seeking to find whether there is a correlation between the OML paint condition and corrosion damage found on the aircraft. This new data source allows for information on aircraft, by serial number, multiple times annually. The end goal is to try and develop a way to predict the level of corrosion at any given time between depot maintenance inspections… read more

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November 27, 2023
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