'Solutions in seconds' - that is the claim from JenaNet.Com (Stand D434) an internet-based company which has developed a turbine engine data management system.

Since turbine engines are complex they are costly to support and manage. With increasing workloads and expanding fleets the pressure is on airlines to contain costs while increasing efficiency and safety.

The solution, says JenaNet.Com chairman John S Howell IV (son of John S Howell III, founder of Howell Instruments), is online management of engines.

Created in 1996, JenaNet.Com combines engine performance flight data which can be accessed in real time over the internet, empirical inspection findings -which allow comparisons with other engines of same type and model - and fault identification and forecasting, all through one software interface.

Source: Flight Daily News