Robotic Skies made an announcement of the launch of its cloud-based SPAN software platform. This software is used for managing and tracking Unmanned Aviation Systems (UAS) and Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) service and repair projects for its commercial OEM and aircraft operator customers. CORRIDOR Aviation Service Software powers the SPAN software platform. It is managed by Robotic Skies’ strategic partner, Continuum Applied Technology, Inc.
SPAN fuses information across the company’s global Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul (MRO) network. This is done via a customized implementation of the world-class CORRIDOR software platform. It manages its unique MRO operations to develop new aviation market sectors rapidly. In the first quarter of 2023, access to the cloud-based CORRIDOR Go software employed by SPAN will be rolled out to beta Robotic Skies Service Centers.
Brad Hayden, CEO and Founder of Robotic Skies, said, “Reliable data collection, analysis, and prediction is essential for safe and productive remotely piloted aircraft operations. SPAN encompasses all service and maintenance activity aspects across our global network.” He added, “The Robotic Skies-CORRIDOR partnership creates a one-stop, comprehensive solution that supports the unique UAS-AAM operations requirements while maintaining regulatory compliance for aircraft maintenance execution and maintenance tracking.
The UAS/AAM manufacturers and operators now realize that access to global airspace is contingent as it depends upon the establishment of aviation compliance practices, including formalized maintenance programs and accurate record keeping. While tracking aircraft compliance, the SPAN platform facilitates scheduled and ad hoc maintenance activity management. Robotic Skies’ customers can use SPAN service data to establish optimal maintenance intervals and improve aircraft reliability.