Aviation information services and software provider ATP has released an upgrade to its software that supports the publishing and distribution of maintenance manuals and airworthiness directives (ADs), the San Francisco-based firm announced yesterday. With the release of Production 2.0, maintenance manual updates and ADs can be published in real time through the company's cloud-based ATP Aviation Hub, a network for accessing technical manuals and ADs.
“For decades, [ATP Aviation Hub] has greatly reduced the amount of time and effort required by maintenance technicians in finding the right information to ensure their aircraft is safe and ready for takeoff,” said ATP CEO Rick Noble. “This new release will make the experience even faster and better.”
ATP’s platform has more than 45,000 users worldwide. It offers electronic access to technical manuals from a variety of OEMs, as well as ADs from both the FAA and European Union Aviation Safety Agency.