CaseBank Technologies, the leading provider of integrated diagnostic and troubleshooting software solutions, announced that it will be demonstrating its Spotlight® advanced troubleshooting system at NBAA 2016 in booth #1616, November 1-3, 2016, in Orlando, Florida. The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA), with over 1,100 exhibitors and over 100 aircraft on display, is the world’s largest and most important business aviation event.
CaseBank’s SpotLight is used by Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. on the G550 and G650, and on the new G500 and G600 long range business jets in combination with the Pratt & Whitney Canada PurePower® PW800 turbine engine series. PurePower PW814GA / PW815GA engines and Gulfstream’s G500 and G600 SpotLight applications will be paired to produce the world’s first federated troubleshooting system that allows diagnostic information to flow between separate diagnostic databases created by the aircraft and engine OEMs to quickly and accurately identify the cause of faults.
The SpotLight troubleshooting system is also deployed on the all-new C Series aircraft, as part of Bombardier’s electronic fault isolation manual (eFIM) system.
“CaseBank Technologies is pleased with the excellent reception by technicians, call centers and support engineers for our advanced troubleshooting solutions, that deliver best in class service and retain field experience,” said Tony O’Hara, CEO of CaseBank Technologies, Inc. He added, “Our technology is improving aircraft safety, uptime and operating costs for some of the most advanced aircraft in the world.”
CaseBank will be located in the Ontario Aerospace Council’s Ontario Pavilion, at Booth #1616
About CaseBank Technologies
CaseBank’s software solutions improve fault isolation and defect analysis for complex equipment and systems, supporting customers in a variety of industries including aviation, aerospace & defense, automotive, heavy equipment, transportation and high tech.
CaseBank Technologies’ products guide the troubleshooting process, combining diagnostic information with anticipated failure modes and actual field experience to minimize equipment downtime and cost, and to provide visibility into fleet-wide failure modes, recurring defects, and emerging faults. With CaseBank, organizations can increase equipment availability, reduce operating costs, and enhance customer satisfaction.