Despite not being supported by post-graduate degree qualified RAM engineers, the Army Aviation System Program (in Darling Downs, QLD) has an exceptional organic Maintenance Requirements Determination (MRD) capability.
In this video of his session from Mainstream Conference 2016, Clarrie Sanders shows you how they built their team, capability, tools and data in support of maintenance optimisation. He also examines a number of case studies for the Black Hawk and Chinook helicopters, highlighting the value of MRD in generating capability, reducing cost of ownership and return on investment.
This presentation covers:
- Building the MRD team, capability, tools and data in support of maintenance optimisation.
- The first application of the MRD process, case study #1 The Black Hawk 1998-2000.
- Maintenance optimisation to keep pace with an assets’ position in the life cycle.
- When a surge in operations outstrip your maintenance policy, case study #2 The Chinook 2011.
- Return on investment??? Is MRD worth the effort.
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About the Speaker
Clarence (Clarrie) Sanders is Aerospace Support Analysis Manager, Army Aviation System Branch. His team consists of both Maintenance Requirements Determination and Through Life Logistic Support analysts, who are widely regarded by Army Aviation Systems Branch as being intrinsic in the support of operational aircraft.
Clarrie was a top rated presenter at Mainstream Conference 2016.