FAQ

Can I use RepairMaps for my dot program?

Yes. Once your dent, buckle, repair and alteration data is entered, we will produce and deliver a small, self-adhesive label containing the system-generated unique identification number (UID) specific to each item. The UID is used with RepairMaps Mobile to allow instant ship-side access to all attributes in the system for each item along with pictures, documents workflow history and any other details available.

Can RepairMaps help me with my corrosion control program?

Yes. Our system supports the identification of all CPCP items and their level. We then support supersession of one level 1 item by another. The reporting tools then gives you a convenient means for tracking all your level 1 blends over successive inspections thereby reducing your level 2 reportable findings. This will help demonstrate to your regulatory body that your corrosion control program is effective.

How can RepairMaps help me as a lessor?

Inspection programs come and go with each Operator but the structural aspects stay with the aircraft for the life of the airframe. Once an aircraft is loaded into RepairMaps for a Lessor, transition from one Operator to another is quick and painless from a structures and Major repair/Alteration standpoint. Review of available aircraft in a Lessor's fleet by potential Lessee's is facilitated. RM speeds the transition process greatly.

How can I ensure that data entered into RepairMaps is accurate?

RepairMaps employs a two party work flow process whereby a second set of eyes reviews all items raised to the system. Once both parties sign off on the data, the item is locked to prevent further changes. Any item may be unlocked for editing by the Account Administrator if an edit is required. This process helps prevent a 'garbage-in, garbage-out' scenario and boosts confidence in the data housed within the system.

Can RepairMaps help me keep tabs on supplemental inspections?

Yes. RepairMaps allows raising Restrictions for any Tracked Item that include threshold, last accomplished and next due. These Restrictions can be used for any supplemental inspection or activity required above and beyond the BZI for the aircraft structure. Examples might include a pending DTA, inspections derived from the results of a DTE, SSID inspections and impacts to SSI inspections, life limited or temporary repairs. Maintenance actions, including pictures and documents, can be raised to each Restriction to document accomplishment.

I run 737 Classics. Can RepairMaps help me keep track of the area total for external doubler repairs?

Yes. RepairMaps has an attribute appropriately named: Include area in doubler total that will add the area for a particular TI to the sum of the area for all doublers on that aircraft. Calculation for an area is automatic for square or round shapes. The offered value can be overwritten in the event of an odd shape or if a portion of a doubler lies under a fairing and should not be included. The doubler total for an aircraft is displayed on the Dashboard.

Can RepairMaps help me satisfy the Aging Aircraft requirements?

Yes. RepairMaps has been FAA accepted for use as the structural tracking system required for aircraft impacted by this Rule.