CaseBank Technologies Inc. today announced that its flagship SpotLight® troubleshooting system will be used for the new Gulfstream G500 and G600 long-range business jets. SpotLight is an integral part of Gulfstream’s MyCMP.net, the business-jet manufacturer’s maintenance tracking program. For the new aircraft, SpotLight will replace conventional troubleshooting manuals with an intelligent diagnostic software application.
Delivered via MyCMP diagnostics, the G500/G600 SpotLight diagnostic database will be the world’s first example of a federated diagnostic system, meaning troubleshooting sessions can automatically traverse from aircraft to engine databases and back, allowing technicians to quickly and accurately determine the cause of problems that often demonstrate cross-system effects.
The G500/G600 diagnostic database is based on S1000D content and is capable of fully compliant S1000D export for publications. In addition to the G500/G600 aircraft, SpotLight is also deployed on the GulfstreamG650/G650ER and G550.
About CaseBank Technologies
CaseBank’s software solutions improve fault isolation and defect trend analysis for complex equipment and system repairs related to unplanned maintenance, supporting customers in a variety of industries, including commercial and military aerospace, rail, transportation, heavy equipment, utilities, petro-chemical and continuous process industries.
CaseBank Technologies’ products provide technicians with guided diagnostics, based on field experience combined with design information, to minimize equipment downtime and provide managers with visibility into fleet-wide failure modes to detect recurring or emerging faults and develop maintenance plans. With CaseBank, organizations can increase equipment availability, reduce operating costs, improve business performance and enhance customer satisfaction.