Aerosector enables the creation of secure, paperless sector record pages using touchscreen devices, including iOS, Android, and MS Windows. It has been designed to establish a real-time interface with Aerotrac v2.50 for enhanced operational efficiency.
Aerosector utilizes standard web browsing technology via internet or 3/4/5G connectivity.
One of the primary functions of Aerosector is to prevent overruns and unauthorised flights. Pilots are required to check their own medical records, licences etc. and then review aircraft availability and serviceability, including outstanding defects and scheduled maintenance events. The pilot can then clear any pre-flight checks and record fuel, oil and fluid uplifts. They can also report any defects, MEL’s and delays using standard IATA delay codes.
Aerosector will then create ‘paperless’ tech log entries which will synch flight data, take-off weights, flying times, hours, landings, lifts, engine starts / cycles and any Tech Log defects reported in flight directly with Aerotrac v2.50.
Aircraft Management organisations using Aerotrac v2.50 will receive real time flight data that will provide visibility of maintenance requirements and greater control over serviceability of the aircraft. CAMO’s can also offer ‘Aerosector’ to their customers as a value-added service, giving their clients a simple on-line view of the availability and status of their aircraft or fleet.