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Invitation to CROSSMOS® webinar

CROSSMOS webinar 2017

CrossConsense invites you to join our Webinar concerning CROSSMOS® – our Electronic Technical Logbook (ETL) software solution, version 2. The webinar takes place on Thursday, June 29th, at 06:30 UTC/GMT and 14:30 UTC/GMT. During the webinar session, we will give you an overview of CROSSMOS® V2 and its key features.
There will also be a demonstration of CROSSMOS® – that is successfully live for more than one year – from three different perspectives:

1. Pilots Workflow Demonstration
2. Cabin Defect Workflow demonstration
3. Maintenance & Engineering Workflow Demonstration

For full webinar details, please refer to http://www.aircraftit.com/MRO/Webinars/Electronic-Logbook-ELB-ETL-Software-Demo-Overview-Webinar-inc-Pilot-Cockpit-Cabin-ME.aspx

If you have any questions regarding the webinar or other details concerning CROSSMOS®, please do not hesitate to contact us on marketing@crossconsense.de

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SWISS / CROSSMOS case study

New Case Study about SWISS’ experiences when implementing CROSSMOS

The case study focuses on the experiences SWISS made when implementing CROSSMOS. It also gives some information about the problems that arose during implementation (mainly connectivity) and about the possible savings that an airline can have by replacing the paper logbook with an electronic logbook.

If you are interested in the complete article, please follow this link.

Crossmos eTLB now live at SWISS

CROSSMOS® eTLB now live on the entire fleet of SWISS International Air Lines

Beginning of this week SWISS International Air Lines finalized the go live of CROSSMOS electronic tech log on its entire fleet. The last A/C was an A321 – belonging to the group of short-range airplanes which have been rolled out after the long-range A/C and the Bombardier CSeries (CS100).
Every single aircraft of SWISS’s diverse fleet of 94 aircraft is now equipped with a technical logbook which means that on every A/C there are two tablets with the CROSSMOS® software as well as a little router to ensure connectivity.
The main obstacles SWISS had to overcome on its way to paperless aircraft operation had to do with connectivity and the acceptance of the new technology by some of the crew members.
“I am sure that within a short period of time not a single employee wants to go back to the paper process. We can claim to be the first airline that does not use paper throughout the entire process of reporting issues in the flight and cabin logs as well as back-reporting them in the technical log. The whole process from collecting a complaint to archiving a complaint is digitized.”, says Marcus di Laurenzio, project manager of the technical logbook project at SWISS.
The next airline to be equipped with CROSSMOS® is Air Dolomiti, an Italian regional airline with its head office in Dossobuono, Villafranca di Verona.

CrossConsense on Flight Operations conference in London

CrossConsense on Flight Operations conference in London

On the world’s leading Flight Operations event the team of CrossConsense presented CROSSMOS – THE eTLB software.

In order to be well prepared for paperless maintenance, more and more airlines around the world are considering to implement an eTLB into their fleet. And CrossConsense is providing a software solution that works on every AC, no matter which aircraft manufacturer produced it.

Attendees of the conference also had the opportunity to hear about the experiences of SWISS International Air Lines when implementing CROSSMOS in their fleet. The presentation focused on the obstacles SWISS had and managed to overcome when they introduced CROSSMOS (uncharged devices, bad connectivity, narrow bandwidth – general problems which had nothing to do with CROSSMOS itself).

If you are interested in the presentation, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Air Dolomiti goes CROSSMOS

Air Dolomiti signs CROSSMOS® contract

After thoroughly testing CROSSMOS, Air Dolomiti finally decided to implement CrossConsense’s electronic technical logbook in its fleet. Air Dolomiti S.p.A owned by Lufthansa., being an Italian regional airline with its head office in Dossobuono, Villafranca di Verona, Italy, is operating a fleet of 10 Embraer E-195. The new technology will be introduced to speed up all the processes and to minimize errors in TLB data management by crew and maintenance staff. With CROSSMOS both cockpit crew and maintenance staff can report and close or defer technical malfunctions in a simple, clear and smart way.

Marco Tognini, Air Dolomiti’s eTLB Project manager, says:
“I have been involved in eTLB project since 2015 testing several solutions. We decided for CROSSMOS because we immediately appreciate how easy is its use. We are confident that nobody will miss paper once it will be implemented in our fleet. I am sure that it will probably be the eTLB for airlines in near future!”

CrossConsense at Flight Ops Conference in London

CrossConsense on the 10th Annual Flight Ops Conference in London

On the world’s leading Flight Operations event which focuses wholly on the key, strategic issues that affect the operating of commercial aircraft you will be able to meet the team of CrossConsense.
You will have the opportunity to hear about the experiences of SWISS International Air Lines when implementing CROSSMOS in their fleet. The case study will be presented by Udo Stapf on Wednesday, 12:15 – 12.45. He will tell you about the obstacles SWISS had to overcome when they introduced CROSSMOS.

At our booth E11 we can show you the new version of CROSSMOS which has been revised concerning the look & feel and concerning usability. And we also can demonstrate ACSIS to you – our tool for predictive and preventive maintenance which also has some new features.