HPE MRO Technologies

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A number of new technologies are poised to change the game in aviation maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO). These technologies include highly visible innovations such as mobile devices and augmented reality, additive manufacturing, Big Data analytics, and Cyber Security. But they also include powerful but less flashy infrastructure modernization through cloud computing, and application modernization with the possibility of outsourcing what have been traditionally in-house activities.

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Marana Aerospace Solutions, Inc.

Marana Aerospace Solutions is the largest commercial aircraft storage, maintenance, paint and teardown facility in the world with 20 million square feet of ramp and storage area that accommodates up to 400 aircraft. For three decades, this facility has been a FAA approved FAR Part 145 repair station with a FAA Class IV Airframe Rating (#ERKR675D).

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whitePaper | May 7, 2019

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Honeywell NextGen Aviation Human Factors Research & Development

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Marana Aerospace Solutions, Inc.

Marana Aerospace Solutions is the largest commercial aircraft storage, maintenance, paint and teardown facility in the world with 20 million square feet of ramp and storage area that accommodates up to 400 aircraft. For three decades, this facility has been a FAA approved FAR Part 145 repair station with a FAA Class IV Airframe Rating (#ERKR675D).

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