Defence Aerospace

Engine Health Management

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Accurately diagnose and provide advanced notice to prevent potential equipment failures.

Engine Health Management (EHM) is a cutting edge management solution that is currently being used to support the RAF RB199 and EJ200 fleets.

Engine Health Management analyses incoming data to ensure that potential equipment failures are diagnosed and addressed early on - improving mission availability and readiness as well as reducing problems such as in-flight shutdowns and unscheduled engine removals.

A fleet-wide view of asset condition.

Engine Health Management applies prognostic algorithms to current asset data to provide a forward view of engine health for each asset in the fleet. A consolidated view across all assets allows the operator to make informed, optimised fleet management and deployment decisions.

In short, Engine Health Management ensures that the right assets are used for a mission.

Delivering insight to optimise equipment maintenance work scopes.

Engine Health Management allows the operator to avoid unnecessary maintenance burden incurred through overly conservative maintenance policies.

The service delivers expert insight into engine work scopes, thus ensuring that only the required maintenance is undertaken.

Engine condition information is further used to highlight emerging problems that can be resolved through opportunistic maintenance.

Put simply, Engine Health Management ensures that the right maintenance is carried out at the right time.


A Collaborative Approach

We believe in working collaboratively, sharing our knowledge and capability with our customers in order to achieve collective success.

Our world-class Engine Health Management service and development teams support military fleet operators, working closely with them to solve their equipment problems and optimise maintenance work scopes.

Our Triaging and Reporting Service

Our automated service effectively and efficiently highlights where asset parameters have triggered Alert and Advisory conditions.

Our engineers then engage with the operator to triage and manage the conditions, issuing service alerts containing any remedial maintenance actions necessary to rectify the problems.

Life After the Alert

Our role doesn’t stop at the point of diagnosis. Life after the alert is equally important in a successful solution.

Our services and systems enable actions to be tracked to closure, with the capturing of outcome knowledge helping to drive continuous improvement.

Contact us

To find out more information or to arrange a demonstration of our solutions & capabilities, contact a member of our team today.