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Automated Component Tracking Technologies for Future Vertical Lift

Raj Bharadwaj, Hayley Borck, Honeywell Aerospace
John Moffatt, US Army CCDC AvMC

October 10, 2020

https://doi.org/10.4050/F-0076-2020-16273

Abstract:
Over the last decade or more there has been a concerted push to move from on condition to predictive maintenance to improve rotorcraft availability and cost competitiveness of sustainment (Ref. 1-2). The US Army, along with industry partners, have been working on the development of prognostics for complete rotorcraft coverage. It has been identified that accurately capturing maintenance actions is needed to improve the accuracy of prognostics for better component health state awareness. Further to achieve the Army's vision for Zero Maintenance rotorcraft and meet the Maintenance Free Operating Period (MFOP) (Ref. 3) requirements for the Future Vertical Lift (FVL) program, it's essential to have an automated configuration management system. To help meet these objectives, the Army and Honeywell are working on the Rotorcraft Automated Component Tracking (RACT) Science and Technology (S&T) development program. This paper discusses the research being conducted to enable the Army's RACT concept done by the Honeywell team and the CCDC AvMC. It identifies the current state of RACT technologies and challenges of integrating such technologies into the rotorcraft environment.


Automated Component Tracking Technologies for Future Vertical Lift

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Automated Component Tracking Technologies for Future Vertical Lift

Authors / Details:
Raj Bharadwaj, Hayley Borck, Honeywell Aerospace
John Moffatt, US Army CCDC AvMC