EXSYN provides aviation IT solutions with one important mission: to develop reliable, simple, and user-friendly software solutions and digital technology so that the aviation industry benefits more from digital possibilities. EXSYN' s aviation solution platform focuses on data processing, data analytics, data storage as well as related consulting services for Airline Maintenance & Engineering departments.
“Our out-of-the-box solutions harness the strength of big data to enable better use of flight and maintenance data ,” Sander de Bree, CEO.
EXSYN, acronym for EXploring SYNergies, explores the synergy between aviation & digital technology to deliver solutions for improved competitiveness, efficiency, and sustainability. Combining our aviation background with in-depth knowledge of IT makes us recognize the complexity and vulnerability of aircraft airworthiness & maintenance data and enables us to develop reliable innovative technology and solutions.
A 360° aviation analytics software tool to visualize Airline or MRO’s technical and organizational performance.
A customized aviation application design service when off-the-shelf products are not meeting your needs or are above budget.
A data migration solution to seamlessly manage the migration of Airline and Aircraft airworthiness & maintenance data.
A consultancy service to support Airlines or MRO's in the process of implementing a new MRO software solution or optimizing their current processes.
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<p>Deployment of our TITAN solution</p>
<p>United Express, operated by CommutAir has signed up with EXSYN’s solution platform. CommutAir has subscribed TITAN to help them phase-in the recently obtained Embraer 145 aircrafts into their MRO system. CommutAir has approached EXSYN to perform the data migration and system setup of their AMOS system in order to manage this new fleet. EXSYN will prepare the initial setup for the management of the Embraer 145 fleet and load the first delivered ERJ-145 aircraft tail data required into AMOS. After the initial setup CommutAir will continue to operate the TITAN framework for the phase-in of all remaining ERJ145 aircraft.</p>
<p>AMOS-care: AMOS consultancy & Training</p>
<p>EXSYN provides AMOS support and expertise to various divisions of Condor by means of our AMOS-care support solution. As part of our AMOS-care support at Condor we are providing, amongst others, customized AMOS training , release upgrade trainings and usage enhancements. Next to this, EXSYN heavily supported Condor with AMOS subject matter expertise during the integration of Condor with the Thomas Cook Airlines General Maintenance Organisation.</p>
<p>AMOS-care: Implementation of shift planning module & 3rd party MRO functionality</p>
<p>EXSYN has supported Norwegian Air Shuttle with the implementation and integration of their technical manpower planning in their newly implemented AMOS system. The project included the initial setup of the module according Norwegian labor regulations, current and future shiftschedules, user training, testing and migration into the productive system. Next to this EXSYN supported Norwegian in the setup and implementation of 3rd party MRO activities in their AMOS system.</p>
<p>Providing AMOS-care support, deployment of TITAN solution and Integrator installation.</p>
<p>During the AMOS implementation at Thomas Cook Aircraft Engineering (TCAE), EXSYN provided subject matter expertise to TCAE as part of our AMOS-care solution. Next to this we deployed our TITAN solution for the transfer of aircraft data for two newly received Airbus 321 aircraft. In addition EXSYN used its Integrator solution to deliver various interfaces at Thomas Cook between their newly implemented AMOS system and various other internal and external systems.</p>
<p>AMOS-care support, Avilytics, Creator dashboard & Integrator installation</p>
<p>EXSYN provides Subject Matter Expertise for the aircraft maintenance system AMOS to TUIfly. AMOS has been in use by TUIfly since its inception, but since 2013 TUIfly decided to take responsibility for its own continuous airworthiness. By doing so also the level of usage of the M&E system AMOS increased at TUIfly and invoked the need of having additional Subject Matter Experts. Since 2015 TUIfly is also live with Avilytics. TUIfly is using Avilytics throughout the whole company in order to have a real time insight in the performance of their entire maintenance operation and fleet availability. This performance is reflected in KPI’s in a simple and easy to understand dashboard allowing them to make instant decisions on improvements and make them operate more effective and competitive. Integrator at TUIfly is used to seamlessly interface the customers MRO system with EXSYN’s data platform. At which point the narrowcasting dashboard functions of the EXSYN platform can be used by the customer. Hardware installed at the customer allow to continuously present the selected dashboards at any place within the airline.</p>
<p>Providing AMOS-care support and LifeSpan consultancy</p>
<p>EXSYN supported Vueling with subject matter expertise and project management during the implementation of their AMOS system. After the succesfull go-live EXSYN continues to provide AMOS support services to Vueling under our AMOS-care support solution.</p>
<p>Providing AMOS-care support and deployment of TITAN solution</p>
<p>In 2011, Wideroe implemented AMOS. ExSyn supported Wideroe to achieve more efficiency out of the AMOS system in the area's of maintenance control and planning. EXSYN also did the documentation review of 6 DHC8-400 (Q400) aircraft and afterwards directly uploaded all aircraft information in AMOS. This “delayed re-delivery” was due within 8 weeks. Therefore the EXSYN project team needed to adhere to a strict project plan and tight deadlines without compromising on the quality of the work performed. Detailed inspection sheets where created in a uniform standard that allowed the team members to work in a unified standard way. These sheets and there findings directly served as the prime source to load all actual aircraft data into the AMOS system of Wideroe. During the re-delivery process, already two aircrafts where resold again and one Q400 was scrapped for spare sparts. The remaining three aircrafts where phased-in the fleet of Wideroe after all findings that the project team had found where resolved by physically replacing components of the aircraft and performing a full bridge-in check and test-flights to get the aircrafts into the maintenance schedule of Wideroe.</p>