Major Airlines Adopt CaseBank ChronicX® Maintenance Analysis Service

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CaseBank Technologies Inc. announced today the international debut of ChronicX®, a fully automated maintenance data analysis service for airline fleets that dramatically reduces manual analysis effort by airline staff to produce timely intelligence for maintenance decisions.

Using a proprietary text-mining engine and artificial intelligence techniques, CaseBank’s service accurately identifies recurring defects, across mixed fleets and ATA categories, from airline maintenance and pilot reports. The ChronicX® analysis pinpoints areas for management focus, dramatically reducing AOG scenarios, while also helping to identify defect trends and training gaps.

Following an industry-driven product co-development effort, and exhaustive testing with airlines globally, the ChronicX® service has been actively deployed in service with commercial and regional fleets since early 2015. There are currently over 1,200 aircraft of all types, operated by major carriers subscribed to the service, with more subscriber fleets to be added by the end of 2016.

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.
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