Boeing has introduced an iPad mobile application suite for airline customers to maintain aircraft units and diagnose troubles.
The apps are designed for airline technicians to view manuals, component numbers and other data such as aircraft maintenance history, Boeing said Tuesday.
John Maggiore, director of fleet and maintenance services at Boeing Digital Aviation, said the mobile apps work with electronic logbook, airplane health management and maintenance performance technologies.
A toolbox mobile library works to help users access maintenance documents, hyperlinked manuals and contents for searching data about aircraft parts and fault histories.
Additionally, a toolbox mobile parts app is designed to contain inventory information and maintenance turn time for collaboration.