UK tech company tlmNexus has announced that it will be supporting the UK’s Apache AH-64E programme as part of the Ministry of Defence’s Defence Equipment & Support (DE&S) Apache Capability Sustainment Programme Project under the existing Airworthiness Issue Management System (AIMS) contract.
The helicopters, which will be flown by the Army Air Corps, will be the latest type to benefit from the capability of the company’s Resolve software under the existing AIMS contract.
According to a statement received by the UK Defence Journal:
“Resolve helps the MoD’s platform management teams to track and manage airworthiness-related issues in a way that is compliant with the UK Military Aviation Authority’s engineering regulations. The principal benefit of Resolve is that it provides a single source of reference for the areas it covers with a transparent, auditable view of all actions and tasks relating to key issues.
The advantages of the system are numerous, including the management and mitigation of key risks, the provision of easily accessible management information and presentation of a complete audit trail from the front line all the way through to the Joint Helicopter Command Headquarters. A particularly valuable feature is the ability for remote workers to use the system to maintain the continuity of fleet airworthiness management and data integrity.”
The company say that it provides through-life acquisition and support management solutions for the Defence sector, specialising in the delivery of innovative defence-focused software services.
“tlmNexus Ltd is a UK technology company with a headquarters located in Brighton, a city rapidly building a reputation as a leading tech hub, with team members stationed across the country. Two of its three founders served together as military engineers.
The idea of through-life management was emerging as a force for good but was frequently paper-based and disjointed; they both recognised that to improve the availability of front line fleets the management of various processes needed to change dramatically to ensure the efficient delivery of defence capability. Upon completion of their service, they set out on a new journey determined to maximise the benefits from through-life thinking.”