MAI Competence Center “High-Tech Products Service” at MAKS-2019
The High-Tech Products Service Center of the Moscow Aviation Institute will present solutions that allow manufacturers and airlines to optimize their work and reduce costs throughout the entire product life cycle at the International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS-2019 in Zhukovsky.
At the MAI main exhibit in Pavilion D2, will be presented product lifecycle management consulting projects that allow to effectively manage quality, reduce risks and systematize work with Big Data due to the promising aircraft forecasting technology.
In addition, the Center develops various educational programs and technological innovations. Their main task is to solve the problem of the lack of highly specialized maintenance professionals on the staff of small Russian airlines.
Also at MAKS-2019 will be presented a unique development of the Center - augmented reality glasses (AR-glasses), which can increase the level of competencies of aircraft. The Center will present its startup project called “ARAMA - AR Maintenance Assistant” at the static parking of the Sukhoi Superjet 100 at MAKS-2019. Everyone will be able to personally test the capabilities of the new product on the example of the nose landing gear of the Russian short-haul passenger narrow-body aircraft. An innovative development that optimizes the performance of unscheduled maintenance and repair work on an aircraft can significantly reduce the time and cost of maintenance.
“In case of such a repair, technicians spend up to 50% of their working time searching for the necessary technical documentation. Even if the new development reduces this indicator by 20%, the savings of operating companies will be quite significant,” - said Andrey Patrakov, Director of High-Tech Products Service Center of MAI.
This is one of the first startups in the area of “Service AT” under the aegis of MAI. At the moment, the maturity of a startup product is at the stage of MVP (minimal viable product). A small enterprise has been created, the capitalization of which, according to experts, is already about 10 million rubles.
To try on a new development, guests of the MAKS-2019 need to put on an AR-device and look at the plane. The program recognizes the detail of the aircraft that will be directed to, and automatically displays the necessary documentation for the operation.
The university will present the fullest information about all the solutions that the Center offers to industry participants at the main exhibit of the Moscow Aviation Institute in Pavilion D2 at the International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS-2019. You can get acquainted with the work of augmented reality glasses at the static parking lot of the Sukhoi Superjet 100 at MAKS-2019.